December 2022 Asking For A Friend

December 1, 2022

Lindsay Thompson, Creative Director and Andrew Gardner, Psychologist

Special guests, Lindsay Thompson and Psychologist Andrew Gardner join us for our latest event. Asking For A Friend teams an industry leader with a psychologist to give advice on career, mental health and everything in between. It’s there for the questions you don’t yet have the courage to ask of your boss or at your workplace for fear of how you may be judged or treated. Of course, we hope you can ask those questions, but just in case, you can ask them anonymously for a friend instead.

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Lindsay Thompson

Lindsay is an accomplished Creative Director from Queensland. Currently plying his trade with the team at GrowthOps Khemistry, Lindsay is a mental health advocate and has recently led the Queensland Government’s push to help Queenslanders look after their mental wellbeing with the Dear Mind campaign. Having spent almost 20 years in the industry, Lindsay has more than an insightful understanding of how to make friends, get ahead, and produce outstanding work in the creative industry.

Andrew Gardner

Andrew is the founder and principal clinician at Opus Psychology. He has a lifelong love for music, and lived experience of the music industry. Empathy is the foundation of Andrew’s clinical practice. He seeks a deep understanding of the issues people are experiencing, and strives to demonstrate his understanding so that people feel validated. From this shared understanding, Andrew helps create a collaborative treatment plan that is evidence-based. He combines a kind, patient, and friendly demeanour, with a therapeutic approach that is flexible and responsive to individual needs. For example, some people thrive in the context of structured therapy sessions whereas others respond better to a more free-form approach. Andrew will tailor his practice to suit each individual's preferences and needs.


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