Project 18 is a co-working space for wellbeing practitioners who deliver services such as counselling, art therapy, health and lifestyle coaching and a variety of workshops. It provides like-minded practitioners an opportunity to become part of a collective, work alongside other professionals who have a shared vision, to improve the wellbeing of others. It will provide opportunities to collaborate on projects, develop programs and coordinate community events.
Project 18 is embodied in a beautiful 1860 built property that is warm, welcoming and relaxed. The property can be found in the South of Port Adelaide, unexpectedly nestled amongst the time-honored railways precinct, giving it a unique location and vibe. This provides exciting opportunities for community development and street art projects.
Project 18 is an inclusive space that is committed to embracing acceptance and diversity, it is a space that welcomes people of all ages, genders, abilities, backgrounds and cultures. By providing a broad selection of supports, services and workshops delivered by practitioners from a variety of disciplines it is responding to the changing needs of the population of the Port. Project 18 believes in cultivating creativity and care and building genuine connections and opportunities to help build a thriving community.
Jodie Evans is the Founder & Director of Project 18 and is an Integrative Practitioner.
Jodie has over 20 years experience working with vulnerable children, young people and their families. She knows the importance of creating safe and welcoming environments; places that provide opportunities to connect, engage and be genuinely supported. She is committed to creating a space that is inclusive, creative and nurturing; a place that builds and embraces a sense of community.
Jodie has also worked alongside many professionals, from a variety of disciplines and knows how important it is to be well supported when in a helping role. She believes that collective efforts lead to collective results which have a broader impact on individuals and communities.
These are the foundations from which Project 18 the wellbeing collective was established.
Jodie is a committed Integrative Practitioner who provides counselling and therapeutic mentoring to children and young people, specialising in working with adolescents who have complex and traumatic histories. She is also an experienced group facilitator and provides consultancy around practice and engagement models for working with young people.
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