Sunday live – Creating hope with Alison Elliott

3 Sep 2023 Sunday Series
Sunday live - Creating hope with Alison Elliott


3:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Hamptom Uniting Church Hall
17 Service Street, Hampton, Victoria, 3188

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Sunday Live with the WOW!!​

SPECIAL GUEST: Alison Elliott

TOPIC: ‘Creating Hope’

More About Alison:

Alison Elliott is a mother of 12 and grandmother of 3. From her experience of raising a family and the challenges that brings, with disabilities and health challenges in the family, it set her on a path to seek out alternatives for healing and wellbeing. From an early age, Alison dedicated herself to learning healing ways to create a better, safer world for our children and young ones to come.

For over 20 years she has been deeply immersed in learning the healing traditions of her many mixed ancestral lineages including Celtic, pre-Celtic Irish, Nordic and Australian First Nations traditions. She gratefully acknowledges the many teachers and elders who have inspired her and generously shared their wisdoms over the years. Alison has family connections to Wiradjuri country, where her grandmother was born but connects deeply to Dharug country (Hawkesbury River NSW) where she grew up. She is now living and working on Wurundjeri country in Melbourne since 2004. Since having the opportunity to travel to her ancestral country of Ireland she has strengthened her connections there.

Her traditional healing work is coupled with years of studies, research and professional experience working with families, groups, and communities. Alison has a Graduate diploma in Clinical Family Therapy, Bachelor of Applied Science in Health Promotions and a Master of Indigenous Studies based on Professor Judy Atkinson’s We Al Li Program.

In her healing workshops, Alison facilitates a safe space to support each of us in becoming the best version of ourselves in order to give our best service to our families and communities.

Recently she has taken on the role of Victorian state co-ordinator for the Peoples Health Alliance (Australia) and is keen to work collaboratively with World of Wellness to support our communities to navigate through the changes we are all living through.


Interview with Katherine McBean of the People’s Health Alliance


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