speaking at ASASE

Jas Rawlinson is a highly respected event speaker in the areas of domestic violence, emotional resilience, suicide prevention and mental health.

From speaking at national summits and conferences, to featuring on international podcasts and networks such as ABC Radio and 9 News, Jas is often sought out for her ability to break down taboo-laden topics through engaging, heart-felt and authentic storytelling. 

Organisations who have booked Jas include:

Royal Flying Doctors QLD, Destiny Rescue, Australian Summit against Sexual Exploitation, Uniting Care QLD (Lifeline Bookfest), C3 Casey, & All Saints Anglican Nelson Bay. 

Topics Jas can speak on...

  • 'Write, Inspire, Transform, Heal: Domestic Violence Storytelling Workshops' - As a best-selling author and survivor of domestic violence, Jas will deliver a powerful half-day writing workshop to your consumers. This workshop is designed to inspire participants on their healing journey, whilst equipping them with the knowledge and motivation required to begin writing their own story of hopelessness to hope.
  • 'Finding hope & reasons to live after adversity' - As a survivor of sexual assault, Jas can speak authentically & powerfully about how to move from victim, to thriver. She is also an educator on emotional violence techniques, such as gaslighting and manipulation.
  • Mental Health & The Ripple Effect of Lived-Experience Storytelling - As the author of 'Reasons to Live' (a collection of inspiring stories from people across the globe who have triumphed over trauma), Jas can share about what inspired her to create the 'Reasons to Live' series & the powerful impact that non-fiction can have on people's wellbeing & healing journey

Jas Rawlinson is based in Brisbane & regularly visits the Mid North Coast of Coffs Harbour. 

“Jas spoke from the heart at the Lifeline Brisbane Bookfest, bravely sharing her personal story and how she arrived at the decision to write “Reasons to Live”.

Constantly speaking about these hard topics can be difficult but Jas does it with grace, compassion and understanding, allowing people to think and speak about their own struggles and discover how they can access help.”

ERIN PETERS
Uniting Care QLD – Marketing & Events Coordinator

Jocelyn Middleton RFDS

Jas reached out to the RFDS in 2018 to support an event she was hosting in Cairns. She proved to be genuine, compassionate, and knowledgeable about what it’s like to live with trauma, DV, abuse and depression

Jas’ mental health knowledge has grown significantly in the year that I have known her, and she shares that knowledge in a relatable and empathic manner.

 

JOCELYN MIDDLETON

Clinical Team Leader: Royal Flying Doctor Service QLD

“I recently came to one of your talks in Weipa, and was very much inspired. Your book should be given to grade 11 and 12’s. Had I read your story back then I think I may have dealt with a few situations differently and walked away.”

FAR NORTH QLD ATTENDEE

Finding happiness each day, overcoming trials and holding on to hope. Those are the themes of the impactful message that Jas brings. Whoever comes and listens, no matter what their story is or what their struggle, they will feel inspired and encouraged that they can keep going.  Jas is a great inspiration to this generation.  

KESH GOVAN
Pastor: All Saints Anglican Nelson Bay, NSW

“I went to the launch of Jas Rawlinson’s second book “Reasons To Live One More Day, Every Day in Melbourne, and found kindness, gentleness and warmth in that space.

“I don’t talk about my stuff (much), and I was feeling a bit fragile. But I am so glad I went along, and I was so happy to have met Jas in person. I would recommend these events to anyone.”

CATHY
Melbourne attendee, 2019