The Centre for Muslim Wellbeing is offering a scholarship for Muslim women to participate in a four-month-long leadership development program designed to cultivate confidence and empower them to become leaders in their communities, families, and workplaces. Beginning in August, the program includes online coaching and training as well as an in-person event in Melbourne to consolidate the learnings from the online program.
About the program:
This is an invitation for women in the Muslim community to apply for a scholarship to participate in a 4-month leadership development program. The program is designed to support Muslim women wanting to cultivate greater levels of confidence and wellbeing as empowered leaders in their communities, families and workplaces.
This leadership development program is being facilitated by Dr. Rachel Wheeler and Dr. Tracey Hunter – psychologists and co-founders of The Wellbeing Codes and supported by Dr. Senem Eren. The program will include cutting edge methods to address the limiting beliefs that are commonly experienced by Muslim women who have a desire to play a leadership role in their communities, families and workplaces. There will be opportunities to explore the unhelpful patterns – “schemas” – that can create fear and doubt in people as they pursue a leadership path and step into the arena. This program is aimed at shifting these schemas and tapping into more empowered aspects of the self that can support sustainable leaders who are confident in their ability to have influence in their leadership roles – whether that is with their family members at home, or in the wider community including their spiritual practice and at work.
The program includes both an online live training and coaching component, as well as a 2-day live event in Melbourne to consolidate the learnings from the online program as well as develop a sense of community and shared experience within the community.
The group coaching program will include fortnightly Zoom calls over 4 months – alternating between a live training and Q&A session, as well as group coaching call on the alternate fortnight.
The topics covered in the live online training sessions are as follows:
1. Identity and sense of self
2. Failure and success: mindsets and myths
3. How to work with gender and cultural barriers
4. The importance of community and belonging
The online training and group coaching calls will occur on a fortnightly basis at 7pm Wednesday evenings, starting from 2nd August.2023 . The live event will take place in late November (24-25 November – TBC) in Melbourne.
The scholarships are valued at $3000 per person and this program has been generously subsidised thanks to funding from the depratment of social services.
Who Can Apply?
This leadership program is open to Muslim women who:
- Reside in Victoria
- Actively engage in the Muslim community
- Are over the age of 18
How to Apply?
Click on the following link to apply now.
Terms and Conditions:
To participate in this program it is mandatory to attend all online session’s (on the following dates: 02/08/23, 16/08/2023, 30/08/2023, 13/09/2023, 27/09/2023, 11/10/2023, 25/10/2034 and 08/11/2023) and the full 2 day in-person program in Melbourne. By submitting an application for these scholarships, you acknowledge that you will be available to attend all scheduled components of this program, including the 8 online sessions and 2 day in person event.
Dr. Tracey Hunter
Tracey is a psychologist and mentor based on the Gold Coast, Australia. Tracey has a PhD in Clinical Psychology with over 20 years’ experience in the field of psychotherapy, training and clinical supervision. Tracey is an advanced trainer and supervisor in Schema Therapy with the ISST, and completed her training in New York in 2011.
Over the past 15 years, Tracey has run training and professional development workshops across Australia for other practitioners interested in using schema healing in their work and personal lives.
Tracey works with clients who want to cultivate their own individual wellbeing by embracing self-empowerment, confidence, joy, love, inner peace and relationship harmony in their lives. She is especially passionate about helping burnt-out professional women to make radical changes to how they approach their career, and embrace a life of balance, abundance and joy. Tracey provides mentoring in leadership and business coaching to heart-centred professionals who are looking to face their fears of being seen or stepping into the unknown.
Dr. Rachel Wheeler
Rachel is a psychologist who has worked in coaching and mentoring on the Gold Coast and in London. Over the past 25 years, Rachel’s intuitive coaching has positively influenced human and organisational behaviour and thinking. She is passionate about helping her clients make lasting change by understanding and healing the core or root of the problem, (which is known as a schema). Rachel works from this framework to help clients heal the conditioning and unconscious programming they received during childhood and adolescents, so that we don’t keep perpetuating these patterns into our adult life, or keeps holding them back from reaching their full potential in life.
Rachel works in the Wellbeing and leadership space helping women to heal the life patterns and conditioning that are blocking their confidence and autonomy and capacity to thrive. So many women stay small because they have been conditioned not to understand or step into their own sense of purpose. I love helping women understand this and connect to their purpose, sense of self and personal power.
She also works with clients who find it hard to create balance in their life, or who may have NEVER had balance in their life, due to having high expectations of themselves or beliefs that they have to put the need of others before their own, (even at the determent to their own health). She is excited to help women find balance and connect them to their own inner wisdom.
Dr. Senem Eren
Dr. Senem Eren is a Psychologist and Researcher with over 16 years of experience as a clinician working across private practice, hospital settings and schools.
She is particularly passionate about supporting and empowering driven women to succeed in their entrepreneurial goals without sacrificing their health, wellbeing and happiness. She is a sought after public speaker and has delivered training to over 300 organizations globally in the fields of mental health and wellbeing.
She has previously served on the boards of Care With Me (Foster Care) and the Moonee Valley Interfaith Network and is also the founding member of Green Crescent Australia, a not-for-profit organization that provides culturally intelligent education and awareness programs for substance and behavioural addictions in CALD communities.
She is currently a lecturer at Ibn Haldun University in Turkey where she teaches positive psychology and cross-cultural counselling to postgraduate psychology students.
How to Apply?
Click on the following link to apply now.