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Have your community walk away with relief and inspiration.

There is a way out of depression, anxiety and ongoing overwhelming negative thinking. This talk weaves my own personal story of overcoming depression with the latest science on trauma and the brain and why a body-based approach to improving mental health is desperately needed for both adults and children. I share my vulnerability to inspire others and give them hope so they too can find a way out of their mental illness through a body-based approach.

"Bronte is an engaging and motivating speaker. She engages her audience through her personal story, her knowledge and her belief in her path."

- Gina Macauley, Yogahara

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Your community will feel like a weight has been lifted.

Teacher, Author, Mindfulness Mentor and Kiloby Inquiries Facilitator, Bronte uses her down-to-earth nature to help people feel safe with their negative thoughts and big emotions.

Award-winning writer and published author, Bronte speaks the wisdom that comes from trying to escape twenty-two years of depression and dissolving her mental illness with the simple act of turning towards what terrified her. The Kiloby Inquiries gave her the capacity to feel safe to process her past and heal her depression.

"Bronte had such a wonderfully present style that we felt instantly calm in the space."

Leanne Grogan, La Trobe University, Bendigo

Keynote Topics

  • Teachers and Educational Support Staff: Reinventing Resilience in the Classroom. Find the root of your students' barriers to resilience, learn new trauma-informed neuroscience and how this impacts resilience, and walk away with simple classroom strategies you can use to lift your students' capacity to be resilient in their learning - and in life.


  • Staff Health and Wellbeing: Improve staff morale by finding the root of work-related stress, frustration and exhaustion by applying advanced mindfulness to overwhelm and time-related pressure.


  • Young Adults: There's Nothing Wrong With You. A Presentation for Young Adults to Use a Body-Based Approach to Manage their Negative Thoughts and Process their Feelings to Improve their Mental Health.
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