Wednesday 15 September, 7-8.30am (arrive from 6.30am for a 7am start). Mt Gravatt Bowls Club.
Speaker: Julie Richman – Crestpoint Psychology & Wellbeing Centre
“Common Sense is not that common” is being presented by Julie Richman, Business Owner of Crestpoint Psychology & Wellbeing Centre, and is a light-hearted look at mental health and wellness in the world of business.
Focusing on bringing together some simple techniques to understanding how to ensure we get the best of life through the valuable life lessons, we may or may not see around ourselves every day.
Bringing a new perspective to the overwhelming burden of mental health and wellness that is quickly becoming the largest plague of the modern world and is particularly applicable to business owners and their teams, those attending will all be able to take away some brilliant stories and lasting impressions from the evening’s presentation.
Julie Richman – BBusComm (Majors Marketing & Management)
Julie Richman brings her skills and knowledge as a business owner, strategist and entrepreneur to the forefront in the launch of Crestpoint Psychology & Crestpoint Wellbeing while simultaneously offering Coaching, Consulting and Mentoring to business owners, couples in business, staff and general admission clients. Bringing down to earth tools and strategies along with life-changing conversations, Julie offers a very unique perspective and unparalleled results with her sessions.
Having experienced a multi-faceted career, and holding a Degree in Business & Commerce majoring in Marketing and Management, the expertise Julie brings allows her to discuss topics from Mechanical Engineering, Sales, Holistic Medicine, Hospitality and Relationship counsel to engage with clients from all walks of life and varying backgrounds.
Julie is passionate about people’s wellbeing and growth, to the point of ensuring we are all equipped with the skills to take greater control over the positive outcomes that can benefit any individual at any given moment.
The best part of Julie’s involvement with Crestpoint is to ensure access is available to anyone who wants to regain balance, widen their perspectives and disarm triggers that can hold someone back from being their best version of themselves.
Bookings are closed for this event.