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Mel Brown

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Melinda Brown is an Australian Aboriginal Ngunnawal woman.


She has a Masters in Aboriginal Healing and Trauma. 


Mel embraced her clairvoyant skills many years ago and embarked on a journey to understand her spiritual beliefs were not just limited to her Aboriginal culture, but shared throughout cultures.


Mel’s Aboriginal culture understands that spirituality belongs to the individual and embraces many different understandings of life and creation. 


Our spiritual needs can be met by many belief systems. 


The melding of cultures and spiritual beliefs lead Mel to create a range of Aboriginal Oracles cards which are increasingly recognised across the world as a medium to express our spirit. 


Mel is always working on the “next” deck, embracing her creativity as a therapeutic way to understand our spirituality is individually unique for each and all of our Brothers and Sisters across the Universe.


Mel started her career in child protection and has 10 years’ experience in the field, including managing the Aboriginal Child Protection Unit in ACT.


Mel Brown is the Director of Spirit Dreaming Education and Training Solutions  and Australian Family Group Conferencing.


Mel Brown is a highly experienced Family Group Conferencing Facilitator, and Aboriginal Cultural Trainer and Lateral Violence Expert and develops and delivers workshops for government, non-government organisations and corporate businesses.


As a professional Speaker, Mel Brown presents workshops and papers in relation to Family Group Conferencing. Aboriginal cultural competency, lateral violence and well-being programs at conferences and Training Workshops nationally and internationally.


Mel Brown was recognised for her work with Aboriginal families, and was awarded an ACT Public Service Award for the “Most Improved Services to Aboriginal Children and Families in the ACT”, by the ACT Chief Minister, and in 2011, NSW Industry & Investment recognised Mel as one of the top 3 Aboriginal business women in NSW.

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