Conversations That Matter

Supporting The Men In Our Lives

THURSDAY 16 AUGUST @ RBDM, LEVEL 32 180 ANN ST BRISBANE

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Blokepedia presents an evening event to discuss men’s mental health and wellness and provide valuable insights and tools on how to have a ‘conversation that matters’ with the men in your life.

Date and Time:

Thursday 16th of August @ 6:30 PM

Where:

RBDM, Level 32, 180 Ann Street, Brisbane

Cost:

$39.00 per person – Includes light refreshments

Guest Speakers

Jeanette Jifkins

Jeanette was appointed Chair of the On the Line Board in December 2015. On the Line provides some of Australia’s most vital 24/7 professional remote counselling through service lines like MensLine Australia and Suicide Call Back Service.  On the Line’s mission is “Encouraging people to feel better and live a life worth living.”

Jeanette is a highly skilled senior lawyer operating a boutique commercial practice Onyx Online Law in North Lakes, with a focus on working with online business. She is also an experienced presenter and the author of “Cover Your Arse Online – A Guide to Protecting Your Online Business”. 

Clive Williams

Clive Williams is a psychologist with over thirty years of experience across government and private sectors, community and hospital settings as well as private clinic works. In his private practice he deals mainly with anxiety, depression, relationship counselling and addiction. He is author of the book A Mudmap for Living, currently runs a men’s group and is developing a mental health program for Bond University law students.

Dr. Tim Sharp

An internationally renowned leader in the fields of Positive Psychology and mental health Dr. Sharp is a sought after Consultant and Executive Coach, Speaker, Writer and Spokesperson.

Dr. Sharp has three degrees in psychology (including a Ph.D.) and an impressive record as an academic, clinician and coach. He previously set up and ran one of Sydney’s most respected clinical psychology practices, a highly regarded Executive Coaching practice, and is the founder & CHO (Chief Happiness Officer) of The Happiness Institute, Australia’s first organisation devoted solely to enhancing happiness in individuals, families and organisations.

He’s taught at all the major universities in NSW and is currently an Adjunct Professor (in Positive Psychology) within the School of Management, Faculty of Business at UTS as well as an Adjunct Professor in the School of Health Sciences, RMIT. His primary area of interest is enhancing happiness at work including building positive cultures, developing positive leadership and boosting resilience, optimism and positive working relationships.

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