YAAP: Liam Twomey (Class of 2011) on Mental Health & Relationships

We had an open and honest conversation with Liam Twomey (Class of 2011), a paratriathlete representing Australia both nationally and internationally, about mental health. Liam is a Mental Health Ambassador with the Black Dog Institute and regularly speaks to young people about his own experience. Liam provided us with insights into the tools that help him, his advice for those wanting to help their loved ones, and what his own journey has looked like.

You can check out the Black Dog Institute here: https://www.blackdoginstitute.org.au/

This interview was conducted by a team of young Grammarians as part of our inaugural Young Alumni Tell Their Stories Week – a week of content (including a social media takeover) by young alumni for young alumni. This initiative forms part of our broader Young Alumni Ambassador Program (YAAP).

Read Liam’s written profile on our website now: https://www.caulfieldgrammarians.com.au/alumni/

Keep watching our Young Alumni Tell Their Stories Week playlist, or subscribe to our channel, to hear from more of our young alumni on a range of different topics such as the environment, the arts and life transitions.

Follow us on socials – @cgscga (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter) to keep up to date with all our young alumni stories.

If you or someone you know needs to speak to someone for support, you can call Lifeline 24/7 on 13 11 14 or via text on 0477 13 11 14, 12pm to midnight. BeyondBlue is available 24/7 on 1300 22 4636.

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