In today’s fast-paced, anxiety-addled society, it is now more vital than ever that we understand and prioritise our wellbeing. Breakfast at Epiphany’s cuts through all the hype and noise surrounding mental health and wellbeing with simple, factual, helpful and actionable information for individuals, families and organisations.
Facilitated by executive coach and author Brigitte Johnson and leading adolescent and child psychologist Michael Carr-Gregg, Breakfast at Epiphany’s is an inspiring 45-minute breakfast talk that will energise and equip you and your team with the latest evidence-based knowledge, tools and strategies.
This website provides complementary information and resources to help you improve your mental health and wellbeing to live a fulfilling life.
Brigitte is an experienced coach, consultant, author, speaker and mentor with a career spanning 27 years in executive management, executive coaching, and consulting. Brigitte’s expertise is in unlocking the potential of leaders and leadership teams as they navigate through uncertainty. She does this through coaching, presenting, training and high impact facilitation sessions. Best selling author and champion of launching successful leaders, Brigitte’s style is respectfully direct, evidence-based, compassionate and she expects the best for and from her clients. Brigitte is passionate about mental wellbeing in workplaces and is a certified Mental Health First Aid Trainer. Her breakfast talk Breakfast At Epiphany’s gives teams the strategies and tools they need to develop and implement context relevant mental health and wellbeing initiatives into their lives and organisations. It includes harnessing technology to improve mental wellbeing. Prior to her coaching career, Brigitte held senior management positions across diverse industries including automotive, banking, telecommunications and entertainment. Her expertise was in leading large teams through complex strategic and operational change initiatives, and she delivered many successful outcomes from both a profit and culture perspective.
Brigitte coaches leaders in government, investment banking, NFP, education and psychology among other industries. She has trained leaders in CertIV in Workplace and Business Coaching and has designed and developed leadership programs for a range of public and private enterprise clients. Brigitte has a degree in Economics and Commerce from the University of Melbourne, a Certificate IV in Workplace and Business Coaching, a Certificate IV in Coaching from the Life Coaching Academy (U.K.), practitioner level Neuro Linguistic Programming, Certificate in Executive Coaching, IECL, a certified Mental Health First Aid trainer and is a member of several leadership groups including Women Chiefs of Industry and Enterprise and Mentor Walks. Brigitte is a certified Strengthscope practitioner and experienced in a range of psychometric tools. She holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) accreditation with the International Coach Federation.
Dr Michael Carr-Gregg is one of Australia’s highest profile psychologists, author of 14 books, broadcaster and a specialist in corporate mental health, families, parenting, children, adolescents and the use of technology for mental health.
Michael works in private practice at Corporate and Personal Consulting in Melbourne. He is the Commonwealth Government representative on on the Board of the Australian Children’s Television Foundation. He is an accredited trainer for Mental Health First Aid Australia. Community Ambassador for Smiling Mind; Big Brother Big Sister; a Patron ofRead the Play and a columnist for a number of publications.. Michael is the resident parenting expert on Ch 7’s Sunrise and psychologist for Channel 9’s Today Extra as well as the top rating Morning Show with Neil Mitchell on Fairfax Radio 3AW.
In 2018, Michael helped launch the Green Light to Talk mental health initiative with PWC. He has subsequently worked with Westpac and AMP on mental health in the workplace. His last book, co-written with foodie Flip Shelton is called Smart Snacks. He is has just finished 2 books for 2020 with Penguin Books one Starting Secondary Schoolwith Sharon Witt, the other Surviving Year 12 with Elly Robinson which will be published in February and March 2020 respectively.