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Mental health in the workplace Posted on October 13, 2016 in Mental Health

Queensland Mental Health Ambassador, Libby Trickett speaks candidly about her own story and experiences with depression and anxiety.

Listen to how she struggled with her own mental health during her time as an international swimming champion, wife and young mother. Her transition into the corporate world - the workplace, presented Libby with even more challenges. The continued support of friends and family and even her workplace, has been vital to her success.

But what makes her a real winner, is her willingness to tell her own story in order to help others.

In this interview Libby offers some great strategies for both leaders and managers. If you need to know more about workplace mental health issues and the strategies that can improve awareness, contact us on 1300 55 64 69.

Libby also provides some great advice for anyone suffering from stress in the workplace or in mental health in general.   If you need support, please call Beyond Blue 1300 22 46 36 or click here.


Former Australian Swimmer Libby Trickett collected 24 gold medals on the international stage across Olympic, Commonwealth Games and World Championships events.  

Her positivity and devotion to living life to its fullest has made Libby the ideal ambassador for a range of charities where she has inspired and empowered many to be the best they can be. A spirited young woman, champion athlete, revered community figure and loving wife and mother, Libby Trickett is an inspirational role model who, even with overwhelming success, has remained humble and grounded.

If you are a leader, who is responsible for the management of workplace health in your organisation, and want to know more about more about Libby Trickett and her keynote presentations or keynote speaking, contact the team at Great Expectation call 1300 55 64 69.