Phillippa Henderson

An independent facilitator and public speaker for 25+ years, Phillippa is passionate about education and breaking the stigma around mental health, as well as building resilience for at-risk communities. She is a qualified trainer, delivering workshops on Standard Mental Health First Aid, Refresher Mental Health First Aid and Helping Overcome Grief and Loss. Drawing on […]

​Elisa Williams

A qualified educator and experienced trainer, Elisa draws on extensive experience with the community and government sectors. Trained in acting at The Victorian College of the Arts, Elisa has worked extensively in Australia, along with touring productions across Europe and Asia. Also an arts-management veteran, Elisa established the first-ever theatre in education company in Singapore. In this […]

Paul Montague

A gifted communications specialist, Paul Montague is a qualified educator with decades of experience in group facilitation.  A veteran performer and multi-award winning professional comedian and actor, Paul has over 25 years’ experience in performance, with credits in film, television, theatre and too many TV commercials. Paul holds a degree with a double major in […]

Hayley Grant

Hayley Grant is a registered psychologist who also holds a Graduate Diploma in Education, a Certificate IV in Training and Development, a Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety and a Certificate IV in Mental Health. Hayley draws on many years delivering psychological services, counselling and training in the public and private mental health sectors. […]

Danielle Cameron

Danielle Cameron is an Aboriginal woman from Queensland, currently based in Western Australia. She holds a Bachelor of Human Services, along with a Certificate IV in Youth Work, a Certificate IV in Community Services and a Diploma of Governance. She is also a qualified teacher and is currently completing her Masters in Guidance and Counselling. Danielle is an […]

Wayne Coles

Wayne Coles is a senior Noongar man who has worked extensively with Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal groups around Western Australia, including many regional and remote locations.  Wayne has held a range of senior roles in community services organisations but gradually felt the need to again work in direct contact with people, in the field of training and mentoring.  […]

Marni Galvanin

With a tertiary background in Psychology, including postgraduate clinical studies, Marni Galvanin is a qualified family therapist. Having worked in the community and mental health sectors for many years with adults and young people, after having her own children Marni found herself increasingly drawn to wellbeing modalities. She now specialises in positive psychology, wellness and […]

Rachel Pemberton

With over 20 years’ experience in managing and delivering strategic communications campaigns, Rachel Pemberton brings a wealth of hands-on experience to deliver engaging training sessions on a wide variety of topics. She has a degree in Arts Management and has completed postgraduate studies at the Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute. Rachel has extensive management and frontline […]

Emma Boyne

Emma Boyne has postgraduate qualifications in Health Promotion, with 20 years’ experience working with government, not-for-profit, mining, universities and community groups to deliver training and health promotion programs.  A passionate adult educator, Emma holds her Certificate IV in both Training and Assessment (TAE 40110) and Mental Health (CHC43315). She is an experienced mental health trainer and […]

Jessica Sharp

Jessica Sharp is a qualified senior social worker with extensive experience in case management, service provision, and advisory and leadership roles across the community and public sectors, including Anglicare, The Smith Family, The Ardoch Youth Foundation and the Department of Child Protection. Her experience includes working in the foster care system, in child protection roles, […]