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MENtal Health Breakfast

June 18 @ 12:00 am

MENtal Health Breakfast

Be informed and inspired at our Men’s Mental Health Breakfast being hosted during Men’s Health Week. After the success of the inaugural MENtal Health Breakfast last year the event is back and bigger than before!

This year our impressive presenters will cover a range of topics designed to improve our mental health and wellbeing. Although the breakfast will focus on Men’s mental health, the information will be relevant to men and women of all ages.

Keynote Speakers, Topics and Bio’s:

David Gillespie | Author. Speaker. Social Entrepreneur.

Topic

Why Screens Are Making Your Teenager Depressed, Anxious and Prone to Lifelong Addictive Illnesses – and How to Stop It Now.

About David

David Gillespie is a lawyer and the author of Sweet Poison, a bestselling book published in 2008 about how we are all poisoning ourselves with sugar. That book is generally credited with starting the current wave of sugar awareness in Australia.

He followed Sweet Poison up with 4 more books about nutrition and diet. Having upset the dietetics industry by writing about stuff in which he has no qualifications, he then turned his focus to something else he is unqualified to write about, education, in his 2014 work, Free Schools.

Detouring briefly back to nutrition in his 7th and 8th books (Eat Real food, 2015 and the Eat Real Food Cookbook 2016), his latest target is Psychology. In 2017, he released his much-anticipated book on surviving contact with psychopaths in the workplace and at home, Taming Toxic People, and then this year wrote Teen Brain, a book about how teenagers are uniquely susceptible to addiction and why that is a very big problem in an age where addictive screen time is the norm for every single teen.

Anna Sangster | Nutritionist and Naturopath

Topic

Food and Mood

About Anna


Anna began her career in Naturopathy in Sydney working at Wholistic Health Care, a centre that specialises in family health and the treatment of children. It was at Wholistic Health Care that Anna began her journey into paediatric naturopathy whilst also doing post-graduate education in reproductive health. Anna was then fortunate to be invited to join Francesca Naish and her team at the Jocelyn Centre, the preeminent centre for Natural Fertility Management in Australia.

Today, Anna is the owner and clinical director of Perth Health and Fertility, a naturopathic practice that works in both the specialist area of reproductive medicine and also general health. After nearly two decades in clinical practice, Anna works with her team of naturopaths in all areas of naturopathy whilst currently completing her Masters of Reproductive Medicine.

Peter and Anita Miller | Mental health advocates

Topic

The importance of asking are you ok?

About Peter & Anita

Anna qualified as a naturopath from Southern Cross University in NSW. Anna has two teenage sons, a passion for nutrition and is a keen advocate of the power of nutrition in addressing mental health issues.

Peter and Anita Miller lost their 25-year-old son Rhys Connor (a FIFO worker) in 2013 and have been strong advocates in the suicide prevention space ever since. They share their story in the hope that other parents won’t know the pain of losing a child to suicide.

FAQs

How do I notify zero2hero about my dietary requirements?

Please send dietary requirements to Crystal events@zero2hero.com.au prior to 31st May 2019.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

There is parking available in Kings Park outside the restaurant.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Our Event Manager; Crystal, can be contacted on events@zero2hero.com.au

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No. We will have a door list when you arrive.

Details

Date:
June 18
Time:
12:00 am
Event Category:

Organiser

zero2hero
Phone:
0439 456 617
Email:
events@zero2hero.com.au
Website:
http://www.zero2hero.com.au/

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