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April 19, 2024
6pm - 7:30pm
Ulverstone Football Club
4 Victoria St
Ulverstone, TAS 7315
Man Up Tasmania

Seeds for Wellbeing

Join the Ulverstone Football Club and Man Up Tasmania for an event that explores a holistic view to individual well-being. Support yourself by sowing SEEDS for self health, and share it with your communities.

The Ulverstone Football Club recognises that we as a community of athletes, volunteers, coaches and members need to prioritise wellbeing in order to be happy, healthy and contribute to our wider communities.

We would like to use our partnership with Man Up Tas (+ The Better Blokes Project) to support our community in going beyond awareness, and provide access to quality, actionable strategies and resources. The result is a well informed community that better supports themselves and others to perform at their best, and know what to do when all doesn't go to plan.

Hear from speakers on each domain and interact in a panel discussion on the night!

Entry is by donation - bring your friends!

Miranda Stephens
Miranda is an Ulverstone local, Clinical Psychologist and Educator. She runs group programs statewide aimed at helping people understand themselves and others better, especially when it comes to managing stress, anxiety and depression. Importantly, she teaches very practical ways to manage ourselves and how we feel and think and uses everyday language to make the knowledge of psychology accessible.
Baxter Adams
Baxter is a lecturer of Psychology and Deputy Clinic Director at the University of Tasmania. A Clinical Psychologist, Baxter has previously practiced Psychology across the North West Coast, most recently with Psychology Caffe. Baxter has a passion for Rural Mental Health, Youth Mental Illness and Parenting.
Ben Brockman
Ben is an Exercise Physiologist at PhysioTas. Ben completed a Bachelor of Exercise Science from the University of Tasmania in 2011 and is extremely passionate about promoting exercise and reducing physical inactivity to improve the health of individuals and the community as a whole. Ben is the Event Director or Devonport parkrun as has helped to establish parkrun events in a number of NW communities.


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