Margie Charlesworth

Margie’s interest in emotion work in relation to people living with CCN, from her own experiences of having to perform, suppress, monitor, and pretend her own emotions for the benefit of others. She began thinking about the concept of emotion work in relation to women with disabilities in her Honors Thesis in 2008-2009.
Having a strong sense of social justice, Margie has been a prominent member of the disability sector within South Australia for 30 years and has also had the opportunity to work at the National and international level.
Margie is now working as a Communication Access Consultant and Trainer at Two Way Street. She enjoys going to watch amateur theater, live sport, with good friends and a great red.

Speaker Events

  • October 29 @ 11:00 pm October 30 @ 12:00 am EDT

    Communication without Borders: Emotion Work & People with CCN

    Objectives: 1.The Cycle of Negativity and how it contributes to the practice of emotion work for people with CCN. Essentially the Cycle of Negativity occurs throughout a person’s life, and […]