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      In Your Head 2019 - A Mental Health Forum For Young People in Perth


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      September 5, 2019

      Thursday   8:00 AM

      5 Saint Georges Terrace
      Perth, Western Australia 6000

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      In Your Head 2019 - A Mental Health Forum For Young People

      Join hundreds of students and teachers at WA's only Mental Health Forum for Young People! 'In Your Head' features keynote presentations and breakout sessions that provide young people and teachers with a greater understanding of adolescent mental health and practical skills to support their wellbeing. Event details: Date: Thursday 5th September 2019 Time: 8am (for a 9am start) - 2.30pm Location: Perth Concert Hall, St Georges Terrace, PERTH Cost:  Students from $35 (early bird price) Teachers from $15 (early bird price) Group bookings from $350 (admit 11 @ earlybird price) Schools please request a booking form from events@zero2hero.com.au if you would prefer. What to expect: Engaging keynote presentations Breakout sessions and activities to choose from Stress management tools and activities Mental Health Exhibition Appearances from professional athletes Meet the Keynote Speakers: Heath Black – Former Professional AFL Player, Mental Health Ambassador After leaving professional football and spiralling out of control, Heath realised the full extent of his mental health issues in 2010 following the failure of his marriage, lost job opportunities, several arrests and a growing dependence on alcohol. After a series of misdiagnoses, he was finally diagnosed with both Bipolar II and Adult ADHD in 2011. Since retiring from football, Heath has undertaken a number of training and assessments which formally qualify him to write, facilitate and review his own workshops. Using his lived experience, Heath’s focus is on promoting looking after your mental health by making good decisions in regard to drugs, alcohol and other social situations. Heath is currently enrolled with Swinburne University, studying his Graduate Certificate in Social Science (Male Family Violence). Alyssa Azar - Youngest Australian to Summit Mt Everest Alyssa with a big goal and big vision has touched the top of the world. With her share of setbacks, she has never wavered in her determination. Alyssa is the youngest Australian to Summit Mt Everest which she did at 19 years old on the 21st May 2016. Alyssa is also the youngest woman to Summit Mt Everest from both the North and South sides after successfully reaching the summit of Mt Everest from the North Side (Tibet) on the 19th May 2018 at just 21 years old. Alyssa is a quietly determined individual. With her ‘can-do’ attitude Alyssa gets in and gets the job done. Her mental and physical strength is that of someone much wiser than her years.   Dr. Marny Lishman – Psychologist, Channel 9 Perth’s Resident Psychologist & Columnist for Perth Now / The Sunday Times Marny is a Corporate Wellbeing Adviser, Psychologist, Keynote Speaker & Media Commentator. She is passionate about prevention and increasing people's capacity to live life in the most healthy way possible so they can reach their full potential. As a result of working in the industry for over 15 years, Marny has found that a misalignment in body, mind, soul and spirit underpin the majority of health issues. The challenges that many people face are that they lack the knowledge, the mindset and the lifestyle balance that one needs to live a healthy, satisfying & fulfilling life. She works with individuals and corporate groups to promote personal and professional growth and her client’s capacity to live life in the most psychologically and physically healthy way possible, by teaching them how to feel calm, confident and in control. Kai Lovel - Camp Hero Alumni, Entrepreneur & Broadcaster At the age of 14, Kai has been a keynote speaker for TEDx, started 3 businesses, presents & produce for radio stations, podcasts and more. As well as being a full time student and active participant in this school community, Kai is a young entrepreneur, radio broadcaster, writer, speaker and change agent, motivated by a strong sense of social justice and a passion for content creation. At 12 he began producing and presenting on local radio, sparking his interest in creating content across various mediums. He established The Tech Thread Co, his first ecommerce enterprise months later, immersing himself in the realities of business. Going on a year later to creating his own podcast POV (Point of View), he further explored the potential of content for good. Quickly realising that it’s not all plain sailing as a young entrepreneur, but still passionately curious, he went on to start Millennial Studios, a media incubator for young people with the vision of creating a platform for impactful content. He continues to advocate for young people’s potential. Nic Emmerson - Self Published Author, Inspirational Speaker Since being discharged from Shenton Park Rehabilitation Hospital 12 months after a life threatening motor vehicle accident, Nic has made many significant achievements. Despite being unable to talk verbally, he communicates through an Ipad or alphabet board and in 2013 he spoke on the radio on behalf of the National Disability Services (NDS) regarding the implementation of ‘No Fault Insurance’ into Western Australia. Nic has also self-published his own book along with producing a 30 minute documentary entitled 'No Limits' which is a remarkable story outlining his journey of recovery and rehabilitation since his accident. Nic is currently learning how to drive and has recently been employed on a part time basis working for a company called Access Group Australia with the arts and media content team. Make sure you like our Facebook page to stay up to date with event updates.   FAQs   Does my child have to attend with their school? Each young person has to attend the Forum with an adult. This can be a teacher, parent or guardian. Students must purchase student priced ticets and guardians can purchase an adult ticket. Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? This event is designed for teenagers, therefore the content will be best suited to those in High School. The content will also be useful for those working with young people.  What can I bring into the event? This event is not catered. Please bring lunch and water with you. How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please email events@zero2hero.com.au with any questions you have. 

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