Best selling author of nine books, global wellness expert and TV host who uses food and breath to reduce stress naturally.
Gregory is the author of Stop Stress Fast, a powerful how-to, endorsed by medical professionals as some of the fastest and most effective ways to reduce stress quickly and effectively manage stress over time.
Gregory is also the host of the TV show Face Lifting Food, shown in 50 countries world wide and universities in the USA on how to reduce stress using cortisol lowering foods while looking after your skin at the same time.
Dr Doug Blomeley
Doug has a Master’s degree in Psychiatry from The University of Melbourne, with specialisations in acute care medicine, neuropsychiatry and dementia.
Doug also has a research interest and specialisation in eating/body image disorders and the use of preventative interventions such as nutrition, to manage stress and support overall body health. With a particular interest in rural, regional and remote mental health, and improving access to mental health care, Doug is a senior lecturer and topic lead in Mental Health for both Geelong and Rural community clinical schools - Deakin University School of Medicine.
Doug is also the specialist psychiatrist for Drive Against Depression (DAD), a Captain in the Army Reserve and a regular volunteer for St John Ambulance as a divisional medical officer delivering pre-hospital advanced life support.
Julia Knight is a public relations and marketing consultant with over 25 years’ experience in strategic communication, advertising, public affairs, stakeholder engagement and event management.
Julia has held senior management positions across the Victorian Government for the last nine years, most recently focusing on the prevention of family violence and the pursuit of gender equality. Julia developed the successful state-wide community engagement campaign Victoria Against Violence – 16 days of activism aligning with the United Nations’ global efforts and the Respect Women – Call it Out advertising campaign suite.
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