David Wilson shares the tools he uses to manage his health and his focus on the gut due to its link to many medical conditions.
Bronnie shares her path to recovery after being diagnosed with manic depression (now called bi-polar). She talks about the steps taken to move away from masking agents and the coping tools she used.
Singer/songwriter Jacob Ridgeway shares the steps of ALEC that you can use to ask a mate R U OK.
Tracey from Stand By Support shares the four steps to use to check on a mate and help prevent suicide.
Recently qualified Electrician and Sunbrella Drummer Tom Brookes chats navigating your career at a young age and focusing on the present to help clear your mind.
Two students Elizabeth and Laurena share their experience of working with one's self and family members who have OCD.
Xenia Schembri talks about overcoming domestic violence and how despite all being stripped away, she was able to emerge as a restored woman able to conquer her past.
She’s also written a 3-book child protection series to empower families, educators and other professionals to teach self-protective behaviours to current and future generations.
Joanna (Fincham) Hodges shares her life as a TV Celebrity, author, business owner, wife and mother of three which she achieved after the deep low of bulimia and depression.
Multi award winning mental health nurse Matt Ball shares his learnings and experience with psychosis, emotional CPR and what he’s learnt from the great teachers he has worked with.
Lifeboat’s Sandra and Amy discuss the importance of balance between activity, connection and enjoyment. They also talk through the Ace Review and how it can be used as a personal check-in tool.
Grant Safety Commissioner Julie Inman discusses the best ways to take action and start the conversation with kids about cyberbullying, unwanted strangers and social exclusion online.
Andrew Phelan shares his story of beating alcoholism, the struggles, impacts on family and tools he used to now be sober for 30 years.
Managing Mental Health by Awakening Cultural Ways; Samantha Wild shares the importance of connection through Mental Health concerns.
Sean Purcell collapsed and died on the beach before strangers brought him back to life. In this podcast he chats about how a community taking action to support someone in need, getting help and not giving up saved his life. He now works for the Cotton On Foundation and is facilitating at Lifechanger to help teenagers bring out the hero inside them.
Ben Pettingill, an inspirational speaker, believes challenge doesn't break you - it makes you. In this podcast Ben talks about the loss of 98% of his eyesight at age 16 and how he discovered true and limitless vision allowing him to see clearer than ever before.
The LifeChanger foundation is on an epic mission to make a generation shift to Aussie youth. In this podcast Scott Watter’s from LifeChanger, chats to Matthew Brookes in the 5GTR FM Nunga Program’s Health segment.
David Hill chats to Matthew Brookes in 5GTR FM's Nunga program health segment about learning to flourish through positive psychology.
Local vocalist and care worker Alison Newman shares her experience of post-natal depression, the symptons she experienced, the tools she used to manage it, how her husband supported her and how she continues to manage the after-effect.
Nik Tilley talks to Matthew Brookes on 5GTRFM about the new proactive Domestic Violence Scheme.
Headspace's Nick McInerney chats to Matthew Brookes about the importance of talking about your mental health..