At The Good Human Factory, we inspire others to become aware of – and take care of – their mental health.
We provide young people with the tools to continually grow and improve their quality of life through the power of reflection, sharing stories with their peers, and connecting with and learning from others.
Because most schools don’t offer mental health as part of their curriculum, the Good Human Factory fills an unmet need.
With a low-key, caring manner that connects with middle and high school students, Cooper Chapman has trained thousands of Australian students, teachers, and administrators to increase their mental strength and resilience.
A professional surfer for more than 10 years, Cooper is from Narrabeen in New South Wales, Australia. Cooper’s interest in mental health was prompted by his father’s bout with depression and the suicide of two family friends. Meditating on a regular basis and practicing mindfulness helps Cooper manage his anxiety and perform at a high level, whether he’s competing in a contest or giving a speech.