Meet the team

The Men's Mental Health Show has a large community of contributors with some coming on regularly and others occasional guests.  Each episode usually has four contributors from various backgrounds and the most regular are listed here.

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Bradley Spillane

Host

Determined to do something to improve health outcomes for men, Bradley started the Men's Mental Health Show about a year ago.  At the time of launching this website he's done about 30 shows overcoming varying states of pain, anxiety, sleep deprivation, depression, or mania and considers himself a better man because of it.  He hopes others will find comfort and inspiration from listening and getting involved.

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Boudi Maassen

Psychotherapist

A committed member of the team showing up almost every week, Boudi brings the depth of insight only an experienced psychotherapist can possess.  He has a way with words that often leaves you feeling awe struck.  Boudi Maassen works in Wentworth Falls and you can contact him on 0424416969.

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David King - aka the 'King'

Gundungurra elder

Environmentalist, bushcare legend, health worker and tea drinker. These are just a few ways to describe this invaluable member of our team. David King is a natural leader who continues the living culture of his people and shows us all how to walk more gently on country.

 
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Garry Sims - aka the 'Chief'

Experienced law enforcement professional

Passionate about supporting suicide prevention initiatives, Garry is an RUOK? ambassador and the Blackheath Walk N Talk local coordinator.  He brings his wealth of knowledge from 35 years of policing to important topics that concern the community.

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Blue Phillips - aka the 'General'

Retired army veteran and adventure trainer

Having given fifty years of military service including forming the Army Adventurist Training Centre, Blue knows a thing or two about surviving adversity, building resilience, and personal development.

 

Nicknames in inverted commas are not meant as anything more than just a nickname.  They're just a bit of fun.