Bendigo Book Launch - It's Okay to Cry
Our current mental health rates aren't anything to rave about.
But a body-based approach to treating depression and anxiety is
becoming the answer for many.
It was the answer for me.
My name is Bronte Spicer and I’m a teacher, mindfulness mentor and local Bendigo author of a new book called ‘It’s Okay to Cry - The Gentle Way to Dissolving Depression’ which is due to be released for Mental Health Awareness Week in October.
I’d love for you to join me at my book launch – come and learn how I dissolved my twenty-year bout of depression, the gentle way.
Date: Saturday 16th October, 3pm-5pm
Location: The Great Stupa of Universal Compassion Peace Park, 25 Sandhurst Town Rd, Myers Flat
Tickets: $15 includes a donation to Headspace and the Stupa of Universal Compassion
This is a COVID-SAFE event. Signed books of 'It's Okay to Cry' will be available to purchase.
guest speakers to learn the science on trauma and the nervous system and hear the raw story of
my mental health journey. Be guided through a short interoceptive experience to see if a body-
based approach is the answer for you, your loved ones, clients, students and/or children around you.
Then join us in celebrating the launch of my book with live music, nibbles and a mocktail.
health professionals to find out and celebrate what is working to improve our mental health and
steer our future in a healthy direction for our families to come.