Neta Kirby

8.9.2016

Net_Kirby.jpgTell us a little bit about yourself?

People see me as an extrovert and a person who can juggle a number of responsibilities or projects simultaneously. As a mother, grandmother, friend, colleague, early childhood consultant, early childhood teacher, sandplay counsellor in my own practice, historical society member and Tatura Rotarian I manage to keep busy.In my own business as a sandplay therapist for only 8 years, it has been exciting, at times stressful and most worthwhile. My niche as a therapist is trauma and grief.

What's the inspiration behind what you do?

I have a capacity to give and I know I can make a difference in many aspects of a person/a families life.

Do you have a role model or a person that has inspired you throughout your life?

There are different people, places and events that have inspired me at different and relevant times.

I have a capacity to give and I know I can make a difference in many aspects of a person/a families life Women have a long, slow journey to enjoy the rights in political,economic and social aspects of life. There are some inspirational and strong women who are fighting for the rights of women. However there is one person that stands out ... Pat O'Shane- AM. Lawyer, magistrate, teacher and public servant, activist and family orientated women. She was first indigenous person to finish year 12 in her high school, first aborginal teacher in Queensland, first to have a law degree, first barrister and first Aboriginal magistrate in the NSW justice system.

Where do women sit in the greater global picture?

Women have a long, slow journey to enjoy the rights in political,economic and social aspects of life. There are some inspirational and strong women who are fighting for the rights of women.



If you were a hash tag what would it be?

#lifechange #loveandpeace #empowerwomen