On the 18th of August 2015 my beautiful mother Yvonne Rose violently committed suicide. Today two years later I break my silence. Its now been two years since my mum violently took her own life? For two years a coroner investigation has been underway, and currently the amazing team of experts are working on piecing together the ???? My mother was not depressed and not suicidal. There was no note and no goodbye’s. No emails, no letters, simply nothing, instead a woman fighting to stay alive after a life changing stroke took her speech and ability to write. For 6 [ Read More ]
You can catch me live tonight on ‘The Hook Up’ 9.30 Triple J Sex, relationships and a life threatening illness’.http://www.abc.net.au/triplej/hook_up/
I’m very excited to announce that I have moved my private practice to Kinross Arts Centre, 603 Toorak Road, Toorak. This beautiful centre is the perfect location for my Counselling Practice. There is a contemporary gallery space with regular art exhibitions, the Manse Gallery Cafe, run by the warm and friendly Raz and James, with off street parking in a beautiful garden setting, right behind the Uniting Church. In 2017 I’m looking forward to running workshops and special events. Feel free to join my new Facebook page to keep informed of upcoming events www.facebook.com/lea.rose I look forward to seeing you soon. Warm [ Read More ]
Violence against woman, men, children in the home and families and world communities is everywhere. Violence is not just Physical or Sexual but also Verbal and Psychological. Every day in my private practice I see both men and women damaged as children by the effects abuse. To stop the cycle we need to start right in our own homes. Children deserve a warm loving environment to thrive into healthy loving adults. Let’s all join the march against abuse! By loving more fully and not accepting any kind of abuse in our lives.
Amazing depth of sharing with wonderful people at Melbourne’s first death dinner party. It was an honour to be a guest speaker. Open, honest and real stories of loss, grief and life! Lea Rose
Join me for an open discussion on death and dying. The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time. Mark Twain https://henleyclub.com.au/about-henley/ https://henleyclub.com.au/event/medicine-health-dying-with-dignity/