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The Live Well Team are available for comment on wellbeing issues and have expertise across a wide range of health conditions. In addition we can share case studies and success stories when and where possible.
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Let us inspire, educate and motivate your team. Drawing on a wealth of expertise and experience in delivering seminars and events. Contact us to discuss your needs and we can happily provide you with more information and availability. Our experts can be booked to speak to small or large groups and to run practical sessions to teach skills such as meditation or stress management to your team or organisational leadership.
Wes Smith is the Director of Live Well Wellness Centre, founder of Meditate with Wes and one of Canberra's leading wellness educators. He is the wellbeing columnist for Canberra Weekly Magazine, regularly leads wellness seminars and events and has contributed to numerous health publications. With over 19 years of clinical experience to draw upon, Wes is adept at making the wisdom of traditional therapies accessible and relevant to a modern audience and is passionate about empowering people to better manage their health and wellbeing.
Katrina Howard is an experienced counsellor, coach and facilitator who has worked with clients from private and public sectors. She provides executive, career and outplacement coaching to help individuals develop, transition and succeed. For the past 3 years she has coached presenters at TEDx Canberra to prepare and deliver their talks. Her workshops and group programs in organisations facilitate both personal and professional development. Katrina is an experienced mindfulness meditation educator, and is the co-creator of “Managing the Madness”, a 6 week mindfulness training program at Live Well in Canberra. She also runs regular workshops on a variety of topics including stress management, resilience, career “fitness”, positive psychology, confident communication and effective relationships.