Darmin Cameron is an experienced teacher, counsellor, group facilitator and trainer. Darmin holds a Masters Degree in Indigenous Studies Wellbeing from Southern Cross University and has a Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment. He has been teaching into the Masters of Indigenous Studies degree since 2006. He was a MENSLINE Telephone Counsellor, and Family Support Counsellor.
Darmin previously was a Senior Group Facilitator and Trainer at the Men and Family Centre Lismore, facilitating their MEND program (Men Exploring New Directions) and delivering their Skilled Mates and Skilled Facilitators Training. Darmin has developed and presented Parenting Education programs designed specifically for fathers and he was contracted by the Dads in Distress (DiDs) national organisation to develop and deliver training nationally, for their DiDs Support Group Facilitators. He has directed the training DVD ‘Men Being Real’ about Indigenous Men’s Support Groups and completed a film for the YWCA and the Men and Family Centre on Dads and Kids Playgroups and the MEND and WEND program.
In 2012-13 Darmin was part of a film crew listening to and collecting the stories of the Stolen Generation women from the Cootamundra Training Home for Girls and the men from the Kinchela Boy’s Home as part of a larger healing process.