We are passionate about improving the lives of Australian men.
It is our mission to create positive change through opportunities for connection, learning, and individual development.
Men have been conditioned to bottle their emotions, but they are never taught when and how to open that bottle.
Blokepedia was born out of an idea to create a platform to enable men to connect, share their stories and discuss the issues that impact their lives.
From humble begins, Blokepedia now works alongside business and community to deliver a range of programs, events and online services that empower and support men to optimise their own and each other’s health and wellbeing.
Blokepedia is committed to creating a caring and supportive community that encourages men to connect, openly share their stories and discuss the issues and topics that affect them.
If we are going to improve men’s health outcomes, we all need to be involved in these important conversations. For this reason, inclusivity is at the core of what we do and we encourage both men and women to participate in our programs and events.
Blokepedia’s team combines expertise in psychology, training facilitation, HR consultation, and community engagement.
Founder & Managing Director
Josh’s diverse experience and knowledge in program management, community engagement, and human resource management have shaped the development of Blokepedia’s programs and solutions. Josh is skilled in forging effective relationships with communities, government and business stakeholders and establishing and implementing programs that bring tangible benefits to individuals, clients and communities.
Dr. Clive Williams
Dr. Clive Williams PhD is a psychologist with over 35 years’ experience. For the past 25 years Clive has focused on the application of the Hero’s Journey as a template for addressing issues of change and problem solving. Clive uses this template in treating anxiety, depression, relationship, family and workplace issues. He has yet to find one situation where the Hero’s Journey could not be used as a daily guide to supporting change and resolving problems.