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Women are better than men at many things (sorry, we had to) and one of those things is seeking help. All the evidence tells us that men are far less likely to seek help for mental health conditions than women, although the rate of mental health disorders between men and women is about the same.
Often, it’s women as the partners, sisters, mums, daughters and friends that play a crucial role in supporting men, their mental health and help seeking. It can feel scary and confusing trying to help the people you love if you’re worried and not sure how best to (especially if they’re telling you they’re fine).
In our next masterclass, experienced psychologists David Burroughs and Dr David Anthony, as well as Lucinda Brogden AM, the chair of the National Mental Health Commission, join us to dive into practical strategies to help you talk about mental health with the men in your lives and how to nudge them towards varying levels of support. They’ll also share the standout considerations coming out of the men’s mental health literature and be there to answer any questions you have too.
Join us for this free masterclass and important conversation – and share it with anyone who might need it right now.
About our presenters
David Burroughs is married with three kids, DB has had a successful 20-year international career as a Psychologist, strategist, consultant and advisor, but his first full time job was driving forklifts. Also has a self-diagnosed spending disorder.
Dr David Anthony is married with one child and a chocolate Lab, DA has over 15 years’ as a psychologist across a range of male-dominated environments, and multiple jobs prior to discovering psychology that include lifeguarding, glassy, water ski instructor, and draftsperson. Loves to get pedicures.
Lucinda Brogden AM has a strong commitment to helping others. Her primary areas of focus are issues facing Women and Girls and Mental Health and Wellbeing particularly in the workplace. She takes an evidenced based approach to problem solving and social investment. Lucy has more than 25 years’ experience commercial experience with companies including Macquarie Group and Ernst & Young working in accounting, finance and organisational psychology. Specifically, Lucy has worked in trusted advisory roles with some of Australia’s leading CEO’s, Managing Partners, Ministers and Chairs.