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The Skin You’re In with Chris Cheers

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Psychologist and author Chris Cheers joins us for this edition of Lunch Orders to talk about the body-brain connection and learning to love the skin you’re in.

Watch the live stream from 12.30pm Wednesday 29 May

About the Event

Our bodies are under so much pressure to fit in. When the world around you tells you to look a certain way, how do you accept the skin you’re in? Psychologist and educator Chris Cheers will discuss the importance of self-acceptance and how to keep your brain and body connected.

This event will be available to watch on this page from 12.30pm on Wednesday 29 May 2024.

 

Lunch Orders is generously supported by George and Rosa Morstyn.

Presented in partnership with the Victorian Association for the Teaching of English. 

Tickets

Access to the livestream is free but bookings are essential. Click the Book Now button to register.

Registrants will also be able to access the recorded session after the event, and will receive accompanying resources at the end of Term 2.

The Wheeler Centre is committed to keeping the majority of its events free or low cost. If you’d like to help support the Centre to keep events accessible, please consider making a tax-deductible donation here.

 

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About Lunch Orders

While you’re nourishing your body, let us feed your mind. In Term 2, Lunch Orders is delivering a discourse on bodies. How do they work? How can we learn to feel good about them? How can we make space in society for all bodies?

Each serving will open with a 10-minute soapbox from an expert. They will then be joined by The Wheeler Centre’s Youth Programming Manager, Bec Kavanagh, for a Q&A that enriches and expands on their ideas.

Lunch Orders will have you back into the schoolyard with time to spare, and a few extra facts to pack in your lunchbox too. 

Lunch Orders

Featuring

Chris Cheers

Chris Cheers is a psychologist and educator based in Melbourne, Australia. He is passionate about creating accessible, accepting and safe spaces where people become empowered to reach their life goals. Through extensive training and lived experience, Chris has also developed expertise in providing i... Read more

Bec Kavanagh

Bec Kavanagh is a Melbourne-based writer and academic whose work examines the representation of women’s bodies in literature. She has appeared at the Melbourne and Sydney Writers Festivals and on Radio National’s Books and Arts Daily. Bec has judged a number of literary prizes, including the V... Read more

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