Programs, workshops & events

At MSWA the safety and security of our Clients and staff are our priority. Please note some restrictions may apply during in-person workshops due to COVID-19, in respect to the WA’s Department of Health’s guidelines.

Please contact MSWA group coordinators for more information.

MSWA holds a variety of events throughout the year for people living with a neurological condition, their families and carers. These range from physical exercise to meditation and stress management to social interaction.

Take a look at the upcoming MSWA workshops below.

MSWA may subsidise funding for Clients without NDIS funding.

Social events

Peer Coffee Catch-Ups

Connect with others living with a neurological condition to share experiences and ideas over a cup of coffee.

When: Monthly - Saturday mornings

Where: Kingsley, Rockingham, and Kalgoorlie

RSVP: Please register your interest with Dajana Tesevic on 0429 267 970 or

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If so, please contact MSWA Counsellor | Peer Support and Health Education Officer, Dajana Tesevic on 9365 4858 or


Northam MS peer support – sharing, connection and support

Join others living with MS along with our Counsellors, Eve Parsons and Dajana Tesevic, for morning tea, a catch-up and to share information. Partners and carers are also welcome. Refreshments are provided.

When: Quarterly, on a Thursday, 10am - 12 noon. Feb, May, Aug, Nov.

Where: Bridgeley Community Centre, Northam.

RSVP: To find out more information or to register, please contact Counsellor Dajana Tesevic on 9365 4858 or Or contact Eve Parsons on 0427 124 391 or

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Carer Support Groups

Rockingham Carers Group

When: Held on the first Thursday of each month

Where: A community venue in Rockingham

RSVP: To find out more information or to register, please contact Counsellor Eve Parsons on or 0427 124 391.

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Introduction to Self-Compassion

  • Do you have difficulty being kind to yourself?
  • Do you have a strong inner critic part?
  • Do you expect too much from yourself?

Learning about Self-Compassion may help!

Self-Compassion is a therapeutic approach grounded in psychology research and evidence of benefits, which can gently but radically transform your relationship with yourself: your feelings, self-image, circumstances and vulnerabilities.

In this course you will learn about the theory, neurobiology, impacts and practice of Self-Compassion, and you will experience its effects for yourself – guided by your facilitators.

The course encourages learning and discovering through exercises, personal reflection, and group discussions. We will hold the challenges of living with chronic illness in focus throughout the course, because Self-Compassion is particularly relevant to anyone living with a neurological condition or disability.

When: 7-week workshop beginning 13 March. 10am-12pm

Where: North Beach

RSVP: 24 February to 0429 267 970 or 0427 124 391

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If you'd like to find out more or participate in MSWA programs, please complete the form below and one of our friendly team members will contact you with more information.