THE GOOD HUMAN FACTORY

EVERYBODY HAS THE RIGHT TO BE HAPPY

BUILDING MENTAL RESILIENCE

MENTAL RESILIENCE WORKSHOPS

Specialised workshops for schools, sporting and corporate groups. Book yours today!

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TESTIMONIALS

I believe Cooper is to be commended for his dedication and focus on improving the discussion and willingness amongst young people to feel comfortable in discussing mental health. 

James Griffin MP, Parliament Member for Manly

Cooper has developed a strong understanding of key factors related to boosting individual wellbeing, mental health and has an excellent ability to communicate his concepts in a very warm, authentic and engaging manner to his audiences. Cooper’s Good Human Factory workshops are engaging, practical and impactful in raising awareness and positively changing attitudes and behaviour around mental health and wellbeing.

Jason Patchell, Surfing Australia Head Sports Psychologist

“Cooper recently applied for the AIS Lifeline Community Custodian program through Surfing Australia’s Athlete Wellbeing & Engagement Manager, Jason Patchell. I was encouraged by the motivation behind Coopers desire to be in the program. It wasn’t until we commenced the program via training days and the program launch that I was able to see first-hand his passion for making meaningful change in the community.”

Adam Woolnough Australian Institute of Sport