Top 5 Mental Health Speakers in Adelaide & South Australia
In light of the situation we all find ourselves in, lockdowns, quarantine, masks, fear etc. It is a timely reminder of how fragile we as humans can sometimes be.
Right now, we need some tools to keep ourselves balanced and as positive as possible- and the speakers below can help. They are all proven Mental Health speakers with a wealth of experience to help you and your team keep perspective.
Anthony attempted suicide by jumping from the 22nd story of a building in Sydney whilst there training for a new role. Having survived, he is now a man on a mission to shift the narrative around mental health in Australia. He strives to empower others with simple tools to inspire and activate better conversations, connections and communities.
Annie is a Wellbeing Educator who shares her personal experiences of ‘burnout’ during careers in PR and teaching and as a carer. She provides practical, evidenced-based tools developed during her years of research and working with clients in the area of mental and emotional wellbeing. As a speaker, Annie is often referred to as the ‘pattern interrupt’. Her enthusiasm is infectious, providing groups with a natural ‘mood lift’, leaving everyone calmer and energised as a result and she does this through the power of our own natural laughter.
Australians of all ages and from all walks of life are familiar with John Schumann’s song, “I Was Only 19”. John takes a personal interest in Men’s Health and wellbeing, especially those of returned soldiers.
Retired AFL footballer, Brent Reilly, played 203 games in his career for the Adelaide Crows and is now a life member of the Adelaide Football Club. His career came to a tragic halt after a horrendous training accident where he suffered a fractured skull and saw him miss the entire 2015 season. Having been an elite athlete, Brent understands the need for resilience, an attribute that helps you cope and get through life’s adversities, whether it be because of injury, expectations, performance or the important relationships in your life.
Sports host, radio commentator and radio show host, Mark Aiston, is a media personality who in 2016 lost everything through addiction. He somehow managed to free himself from the devils grip and his journey to recovery and ongoing sobriety has been nothing short of amazing. Mark’s message of addiction, mental health and sobriety is extremely powerful and raw. He holds nothing back, telling openly and honestly of his spiral into the darkest of holes.
To book any of the above speakers or to find out more about mental health speakers across Australia, contact ICMI today.
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