Join us for an extraordinary morning of compassion, empowerment, and heartfelt connections as we come together to uplift and support women’s mental health.
We invite you to our Women in Mental Health High Tea, where we’ll be shining a light on Breakthrough research in women’s mental health.
Throughout the event, we’ll be hosting speakers who will share their stories of resilience, strength, and what they are doing to help create a life free from mental illness.
Your generous contributions will go directly towards funding mental health research and initiatives aimed at destigmatising mental health challenges for women.
Let’s gather on the beautiful Stamford Plaza on North Terrace, on Friday 18 August, at 9.30 am (for a 10 am start), where our guests will indulge in a glass of bubbles on arrival, and a delightful high tea.
This is an event to support women and all genders are welcome.
Associate Professor Ivanka Prichard
A/Prof Prichard is the Director of the Embrace Impact Lab at Flinders University. She is also the Academic Lead in Health Sciences, Deputy Director of the SHAPE Research Centre and a Caring Futures Institute researcher at Flinders University with over 90 peer-reviewed publications. She has a PhD in Psychology and 20 years of experience in the field of body image across the lifespan. Her work focuses on identifying factors that influence body image, and on developing evidence-based resources to promote positive body image, health behaviour and wellbeing.
Dr. Zali Yager
Dr Zali Yager is an Executive Director at The Embrace Collective and an internationally-recognised expert in the body image space, known for figuring out ‘what works’ to help people feel better about their bodies, and her work on the Body Confident Mums project- that has been disseminated across Europe. Zali has a background in health and physical education and is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Institute for Health and Sport at Victoria University, a 2021 Westpac Social Change Fellow, and author of Embrace Kids.
Magda Pearce, Lived experience, Breakthrough Foundation Advocate
Working at Breakthrough has been an important step in changing the narrative of what Magda and her family’s life had become after the tragic death of Magda’s older son, Lukasz. This allowed her to find a sense of purpose through her work and, in turn, allowed her younger son, Ricky, to be a child.
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Event Details E
Location: Stamford Plaza, North Terrace
Date: Friday, 18 August
Time: 9.30am arrival for a 10am start, we will be finished by 1.30pm (in time for school pick up!)
Individual ticket: $75 (includes High Tea and a glass of bubbles on arrival)
Table of 8: $575
Your presence will make a tangible difference in the lives of women who are helping create a life free from mental illness. Tickets for this event are limited, so get in quick and register below.