Find a Shark Cage® Group

or a Shark Cage trained Professional

What can I expect in a Shark Cage® Group Program?

There are many friendly fish & respectful Dolphins in the oceans that are our communities. There are also Sharks & sometimes it is not possible to avoid them and the harm they cause. Meet other women and find out how having a strong Shark Cage can help you to recognise Sharks before they become a part of your life. This program will help you to tell the difference between Shark & Dolphin behaviors & unhealthy & healthy relationships. Trained facilitators will take you through the 5 Steps in the Shark Cage® framework you will learn about the impacts of trauma, your Human Rights, how to manage strong emotions, recognise & trust your Shark Cage alarm, develop assertiveness skills & build your sense of self worth & empowerment. You will also create your personal Treasure Chest of tools to help you on your healing journey.

Find an organisation in your area that provides individual or group Shark Cage® Services

Click on your State to find an organisation trained in the Shark Cage Framework. Contact them directly to find out what individual or group Shark Cage Services they offer.

Burdekin Community Association


Shark Cage 2023


The Shark Cage Program being offered by BCA is an interactive 8 week program to empower women who have experienced family violence. The BCA Housing and Community Support Service provides counselling and support services to people who are experiencing (or have experienced) Domestic and Family Violence. We are here to listen, help and support you in your choices. Contact: Rebecca Grogan on the email above.

Got Your Back Sista




Got Your Back Sista offers benevolent relief and support to women and children escaping domestic violence who are at risk of living below the poverty line. We give them a hand-up to begin again by providing furniture and household items to set up a safe home free from violence. We also empower women to thrive by running courses and programs to rebuild their confidence, self-esteem, physical and emotional well-being and create pathways to study and employment.

Carrie's Place (East Maitland)

First, floor unit 12/116 High St, East Maitland NSW 2323


Carrie’s Place provides a range of culturally appropriate services for people experiencing domestic violence and/or homelessness.

The Women's Centre for Health and Wellbeing Albury Wodonga

Albury / Wodonga

Term Three Groups

(02) 6021 5773

The Women’s Centre has provided services to Women in the Albury Wodonga Community since 1986. We are a not-for-profit, non government organisation. We provide services for all women and people identifying as women, above the age of 16 yrs old. Our mission is to provide women with a safe place to come to seek either free or affordable services. We have counsellors that support women who have experienced trauma, historical sexual assault, domestic violence, or are in need of support and assistance Intake and Referral is available to support women leaving a violent or abusive relationship. AVO, Victims of Crime compensation, Work Orders, information on Centrelink and Emergency Accommodation and clothing Other services include NILS (No Interest Loans via The Good Shepherd), Hume Riverina Community Legal Service clinic, Therapeutic Groups, Our Sisters Closet and more. Check our menu above for the complete list of services