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WELCOME - Round Table Day 2: Domestic Violence & Controlling Addictions Q & A

A talk by Jamie Gray, Tyson Adams, Brett Churnin and Helen Glover
Mayne Media Group, THRiiVE, Men's Group and The Modern Masculine Podcast

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Welcome to the second day of our Q & A Panel Discussions. In this session we discuss the other side to the battle of mental illness and suicide... As we know some men turn the pain inwards and hurt themselves, whereas others direct the emotion outwards causing overwhelming figures of domestic violence, aggressive behaviours and substance abuse. We discuss the additional pressures of COVID 19 on these areas, how can we work together to offer solutions, ways to break these cycles? We open the floor for your questions and hope to provide some clarity around these issues and more. NOTE: ALL QUESTIONS POSTED IN OUR Q&A BOX ARE ANONYMOUS

Jamie Gray

Over the last 3 years Jamie Gray has immersed himself in the Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Spaces after the loss of a close friend and is currently working on a documentary and education program titled Scratch the Surface, shining a light on these important topics. As the Group Content Editor of Mayne Media Group, Jamie oversees production and creation of both print and digital media for 6 Magazines. Primarily working in the Niche Trade/industry Sector, Jamie travels Australia and the World covering stories for these publications which include: What Tradies Want Magazine (WTW), Building Contractor Magazine (BCM), Australian Car Mechanic (ACM), Landscape Contractor Magazine, Earthmoving Equipment Magazine & Australian Arbor Age. His social media videos which he hosts and produces for Clients including Caterpillar, Volvo, AEG, Bosch, DeWALT and Garrett Advancing Motion, to name a few have had over 500K views in the last 12 months.

Tyson Adams

Founder - THRiiVE It started at 9 with a Vanna White Playboy. It ended 3 years ago with a bellow of rage. Tyson Adams is a men's coach who spent more than two decades compulsively using porn. It was his go-to whenever he was angry, sad, anxious, sick or heartbroken. Today, three years since having quit porn for good, he's hellbent in creating safe spaces for men to explore trusting other men. With a life mission of helping men thrive in relationship, he believes that the first step is restoring control of one's own sexuality. The time will never be right, more right!

Brett Churnin

Brett is a passionate champion of men’s well-being and the potential for men to support each other in a safe and constructive space. He started his first Men’s Group in 2005, a group that still runs today and was the inspiration in 2011 to create and the free Men’s Group Field Guide. The Guide is a comprehensive, step-by -step manual for men who want to create and sustain an effective Men’s Group and has been requested by over 2000 men across the globe. In 2012 Brett created the Facebook group - ‘Men’s Group’ – a page that has grown from 600 men in 2019 to now over 3500 men. The group’s intention is to create a unique conversation between men unlike any other on a social media platform, it serves as an introductory bridge for men to explore participating in more intimate and regular Men’s Groups. In his paid work-life, Brett has worked as a qualified dietitian, a personal fitness trainer, a life coach and a trainer of life coaches. He is currently the General Manager for a company he has worked in for the past 17 years which provides business coaching and training in a niche industry, while facilitating workshops on leadership, team dynamics and communication across Australia, New Zealand, UK, Singapore and the United States. Brett lives in Sydney, Australia. He is celebrating his 10th wedding anniversary this weekend and is the proud father of four beautiful young children.

Helen Glover

Helen is the Producer and Host of The Modern Masculine Podcast.

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