On Episode 17, I spoke with Casey Lyons, the Co-Founder and CEO of the Australian mental health charity 'LIVIN'. Casey shares his story on why LIVIN was formed, how the team are working to change the way we view and interpret mental health and mental illness, kickstarting conversations through their LIVIN apparel. Casey also shares some really important practical information about the importance of self-care, what are some of the signs that someone may not be doing ok, how to have these conversations and what happens if the response is that they’re not doing ok. ---------- Casey is sharing his story and experiences, in an effort to help others that may share a similar story, as well as to promote the message "It Aint Weak To Speak", to remove the stigma surrounding mental illness (both internal that we place upon ourselves, but also external that others associate with it), and provide further education towards suicide prevention. ---------- Australian Mental Health Support Contacts - Kids Help Line - 24/7 Phone and Online Counselling Service for Young People Aged 5 to 25 Website: kidshelpline.com.au Support Phone: 1800 551 800 - Lifeline Australia Website: lifeline.org.au Phone: 13 11 14 Texting Service: 0477 131 114 - Beyondblue Australia Website: www.beyondblue.org.au Phone: 1300 224 636 ---------- If you would like to follow LIVIN and their amazing community, they can be found across all the social platforms via @livinorg Website: www.living.org ---------- You can also follow Pushin' Through Blu across our socials via: Twitter: @pushnthroughblu Instagram: @pushinthroughblu Facebook: @pushinthroughblu
#1 LIVIN - Why It All Began With The Co-Founders Sam Webb & Casey Lyons
It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb
Welcome to the first episode of It Ain’t Weak To Speak brought to you by LIVIN: the mental health initiative, seeking to end stigma around mental health through education, fashion and community. In this episode and for the very first time, co-founders and childhood friends Sam Webb and Casey Lyons open up and discuss the motivation behind the creation of LIVIN: the unexpected suicide death of their dear friend, Dwayne Lally in the context of mental illness. The modest LIVIN team (based in Burleigh, Queensland, Australia) began as a charitable clothing merchandise line in 2013 and has since expanded vastly, now entering its 7th year of operation in 2020. With a presence in Australia and the United States, it has had global impact with their message: raising awareness and empowering those affected by mental illness to keep LIVIN because It Ain’t Weak to Speak. For the full show notes and to learn more, head to www.livin.org @livinorg @samwebb @cslivin #itaintweaktospeak. Join us on our Facebook Group www.facebook.com/groups/itaintweaktospeak/to share your story, breakthroughs, challenges, and to connect with other people to learn more about positive mental health.
Breaking the Stigma that surrounds Mental Health in Australia with Casey Lyons and LIVIN
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An inspiring and sometime alarming conversation with Casey Lyons. One of the co-founders of LIVIN. LIVIN are a charity organisation based on the Gold Coast who are working the break the stigma that surrounds Mental health in Australia and ultimately impact the statistics in this country. LIVIN deliver their LIVIN Well workshop in schools and workshops around the country; along with operating a terrific merchandise shop the delivers their message to thousands around the world. LIVIN are also heavly involved in community run events around the country to connect and make a difference with all Australians and mental health in general. If Mental Health and/or this podcast create any triggers for yoyu please reach out to lifelilne on 13 11 14 or your GP or famil and friends to talk to someone. Remember #itaintweaktospeak See more on LIVIN at www.livin.org
Today on the podcast meet Casey Lyons, a 29 year old former carpenter turned co-founder of Australian nationally recognised not-for-profit Charity, LIVIN. LIVIN was founded in honour of Casey's best friend, Dwayne Lally who sadly took his life after living in silence with a mental illness. LIVIN is all about living your life at the top and breaking the stigma of mental health. Connecting, supporting and encouraging one another to talk about their feelings and challenges because “It Ain’t Weak to Speak”.Casey and Sam, the two co-founders of LIVIN, just won the Gold Coast Social Entrepreneurs of the Year Award. Casey was a speaker at Big Blue Sky in 2016.In this episode we discuss suicide and suicide prevention, vulnerability, strength, power, impending fatherhood, daily habits, and much more.
EPISODE 4: Casey Lyons, co-founder of mental health charity LIVIN
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Meet Casey Lyons, a 29 year old former carpenter turned co-founder of Nationally recognised non for profit Charity, LIVIN. LIVIN was founded in honour of Casey's best friend, Dwayne Lally who sadly took his life after living in silence with a mental illness. LIVIN is all about living your life at the top and breaking the stigma of mental health. Connecting, supporting and encouraging one another to talk about their feelings and challenges because “It Ain’t Weak to Speak”. Learn the ins and outs and behind the scenes of running a non-for profit charity with this episode and what it takes to get such a powerful mission off the ground running. website: www.livin.orgfacebook: www.facebook.com/livinorgInstagram: www.instagram.com/livinorgtwitter: www.twitter.com/livinorg
Portland Brewer Casey Lyons Lucky Lab Brewing - Portland Beer Podcast Episode 27 Episode 27 of the Portland Beer Podcast is here! In this episode of the Portland Beer Podcast Host Steven Shomler and Co-Host Amanda Martin-Tulley visit with Portland Brewer Casey Lyons talking about his beer journey. iTunes – You can subscribe to the Portland Beer Podcast on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/portland-beer-podcast/id1122710910?mt=2 More about this Portland Beer Podcast Episode In this entertaining episode you will learn where Casey’s beer journey, what role Brouwerij Van Steenberge’s Piraat Belgian Strong Pale Ale played in that journey, why Casey left Portland for Ireland, where Casey began home brewing, and you will also learn what Casey thinks made for a good IPA. Casey then tells us about his Lucky Lab Brewing Company journey, from “Pubster” to Lead Brewer and the brewers he learned from along the way – like Ben Flerchinger and Dave Fleming. Casey, Amanda, and Steven close out this episode enjoying Guy Noir Private Rye – a Pinot barrel aged Belgian Dubbel Rye. The Portland Beer Podcast 411 The Portland Beer Podcast is brought to you by Portland Culinary Radio and is recorded at Culmination Brewing Company. Steven Shomler is the Host and Creator of the Portland Beer Podcast. Many thanks to Ken Wilson a true Media Maestro for his excellent sound engineering and editing! Follow The Portland Beer Podcast — iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/portland-beer-podcast/id1122710910?mt=2 SoundCloud – www.soundcloud.com/portlandbeerpodcast Facebook – www.facebook.com/PortlandBeerPodcast Instagram – www.instagram.com/portlandbeerpodcast Twitter – www.twitter.com/PDXBeerPodcast