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Welcome to Trek Learning Centre

Trek Learning Centre is a not-for-profit organisation working to provide equity and access to children and young people who experience barriers to health and wellbeing, community or family connection and education pathways.

Trek Learning Centre offers a suite of therapeutic programs, interventions, counselling therapies, camps and opportunities designed to meet the needs of children, young people, families and adults who are experiencing disconnection, ill-mental health, family breakdown, loss, impacts of complex trauma and personal barriers in order to support healing, recovery, belonging and connection.

Trek Learning Centre welcomes all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Trek Learning Centre recognises that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are the First Peoples of Australia, having maintained culture and Lore for some 65,000 years.
We recognise and value the intrinsic knowledge, leadership and self-determination of our First Nations Peoples to care for self, other, land and water.

We commit to listening to and collaborating with community with the perspective and respect of learning from those who are the experts in their own lives.

We aim to provide a culturally safe place for Indigenous people to connect, learn and grow and to advocate alongside those we work with in order to achieve equity and access.

Our Story

Trek Learning Centre was established in 2017 with the original goal of addressing and providing significant intervention and healing for the neurobiological, attachment, self-regulation, hypervigilance and ill-mental health barriers that can exist for survivors of childhood trauma, before ultimately re-engaging individuals in education or building next step pathways to ensure successful outcomes could be experienced by those most vulnerable.

Over the years we have extended our specialised therapeutic programs to meet the wider needs of children, young people and the community. We now offer individual and group-based interventions that address the impacts of complex trauma and serious ill mental health conditions including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and suicidality, as well as family breakdown, healthy transitions to young adulthood, outdoor wilding, survival camps and peer support programs.

Trek maintains the commitment to ensure that all young people and their families can access a range of valuable supports understanding that one size does not fit all and therefore delivers a range of therapies and programs that offer belonging, recovery and healing.