What Matters to Mental Health: Live Panel Discussion

Monday, October 11, 2021 10:29 am
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What Matters to Mental Health Live Panel Discussion - Wednesday 13th October 10am

Mental Health Week is a national week celebrated each year in October. Kicking off with World Mental Health Day on October 10.

‘Mental health starts with our children’ is the theme 2021.

We want you to join in this live panel discussion as we unpack various topics within the mental health arena. Please feel free to leave a comment or question and interact with Mike and our special guests.
The webinar will be live on our Facebook page from 10 am, Wednesday 13th October, or you can come back to this page to view the stream!

The Panel

Adrian Munro - CEO, Richmond Wellbeing - special guest, Mental Health Week Webinar

Adrian Munro

Richmond Wellbeing CEO, Adrian Munro, will be facilitating this discussion. Adrian is passionate about supporting those in our community who are marginalised and disadvantaged.
Adrian first qualified as a Physiotherapist before completing a Post Graduate Diploma in Health Services Administration. Since then he has graduated from the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is also an Adjunct Clinical Fellow at the Curtin University School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Physiology. Adrian has been a Board member for several social services organisations and peak bodies. He has also served as part of the PIR National Reference Group, WA NDIS Advisory Council and Chaired the DSS NDIA National Transition Committee.
Adrian believes that communities can be transformed to create environments to empower people to build better lives for themselves.



Emma AssadiEmma Assadi

Emma Assadi has a tertiary background in psychology. She has worked in mental health for 20 years, and is passionate about mental health, homelessness and refugees. She is a refugee herself, coming to Australia 20 years ago.

Emma is NPSM (National Psychosocial Support Measures Program) Team leader at Richmond Wellbeing, and works with people experiencing a range of issues, such as depression, anxiety, schizophrenia.





Chris Mousley

Chris has worked in the human services sector for over 10 years, much of that time as a Social Worker. He started out as a Youth Worker with young people who were at-risk and had histories of severe and persistent mental health experiences. Since graduating as a Social Worker he spent several years in Kalgoorlie, and a period in Geraldton, as a mental health clinician. Since moving back to Perth in 2018 Chris has worked as a family therapist and in headspace centres as a counsellor and manager. Chris is now working for Anglicare WA as the Coordinator of the Family and Relationships Services in East Perth. He has a passion for supporting families to be strong and resilient so that children grow up in safe and caring environments.

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