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Moving Mindz provides leading technology-driven corporate health solutions, in conjunction with big data analytics in mental health, wellbeing, and sleep. This data driven approach can help your organisation measure and evaluate the effectiveness of your wellbeing offering.

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We are a diverse group of likeminded individuals from a range of different vocations including finance, legal, health and IT, who want to make a difference in the mental health space. We have all be touched either directly or indirectly with people battling with mental health issues. The time to act is now. We want to be part of the solution.
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Monday - Friday 09:00AM - 17:00PM
Saturday - Sunday CLOSED
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Mon - Fri 9.00 - 17.00

+61 415 842 057

4/22 Council Street, Hawthorn, Victoria, 3122, Australia

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About Us

A Corporate wellness initiative

About Us

We are a diverse group of like-minded individuals from a range of different vocations including Health, Finance, Legal and IT; who are bringing a difference in the mental health space. We have all be touched either directly or indirectly with people battling with mental health issues. The time to act is now!

We develop health & fitness metrics that identify opportunities to become more efficient and more focused on your wellness progress.

Core values

  1. Work from a sound health and evidence-based perspective in all work
  2. Act with honesty and integrity as people and as a company
  3. Believe in what we do
  4. Shared leadership
  5. Create real-world mental health solutions
  6. Remember behind every statistic lie people
  7. Never stop learning
  8. Responsiveness with flexibility and speed

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Improving Corporate Wellness

The key to successful health, is by taking small steps, every day.

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Our Team

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Shane Bilsborough

CEO & Co-Founder

Shane brings a wealth of big data mental health analytics and scientific rigor to the organisation, setting it apart for all others in the space. “It’s important for organisations to not only run mental health programs, but to measure and evaluate them, giving a clear understanding on the impact made.”

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Professor Anna Peeters

Collaborative Researcher & Director, Institute for Health Transformation Faculty of Health Deakin University Melbourne

Anna is Professor of Epidemiology and Equity in Public Health & Director of the Institute for Health Transformation at Deakin University.Prof Anna Peeters is a public health researcher, particularly interested in the provision of information to facilitate objective and equitable choices in public health and health policy by policy makers, practitioners and the public. Anna was awarded the prestigious World Obesity Federation Andre Mayer Award (2014) and a Churchill Award for improving the equity of population prevention initiatives (2014). Anna is the lead investigator for the NHMRC CRE in food retail environments for health (RE-FRESH). She also sits on a number of national and international policy and research advisory groups, including for the World Cancer Research Fund. Anna speaks regularly to the media and publishes in The Conversation.

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Dr Karen Hallam PhD(Melb.), MPsych(Clin.), BBSc (Hons.)

Collaborative Researcher & Clinical Psychologist Research Associate and Mental Health Advisor at Moving Mindz

Dr Karen Hallam is the Inaugural Director of the Centre for Youth AOD Research and Training at the Youth Support and Advocacy Service (YSAS) in Melbourne. In this role, Karen leads a team of researchers, evaluators and trainers in directly improving young peoples lives through evidence and education around the complex issues surrounding youth disadvantage. Karen has been a researcher and practitioner in clinical psychology for over a decade and completed her PhD in the Psychiatry Department at the University of Melbourne on mood disorders and Clinical Psychology Masters qualification at RMIT. Since then, Karen has worked as a Senior Lecturer/ Senior Research Fellow in University settings training clinical psychologists alongside health systems research. Clinically, Karen continues to practice as a clinical psychologist with experience in public and private mental health settings. Karen's research and clinical track record focuses on early intervention, mood, circadian rhythms and sleep, wellbeing and working with young people. Karen is particularly skilled at research design and trial implementation and finding out 'what works in the real world'. In terms of output, Karen has over 50 peer reviewed research publications, over 1,300 citations and a strong track record of national and international speaking and workshop facilitation and has won international awards for her work. Most recently Karen has been appointed as an Associate Editor of the Clinical Psychologist Journal. Karen has a strong interest in wellbeing programs and identifying the '1 percenters' that improve mental health and wellbeing through simple lifestyle changes. To this end, Karen has previously worked with Shane Bilsborough in developing the first empirical findings showing mental health benefits from a 10,000 step program.

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Damian Gill

Executive Director & Co-Founder

With a background in finance over 20 years, Damian is a specialist in M&A’s, MBO’s and IPO’s. A graduate of Monash University with a Banking & Finance Degree, Damian has remained focused on technology, biotech and health industry ventures and is a major investor in all current projects and original co-founder and investor in Intellitech Holdings, Crystal Oak Gold Pty Ltd and Moving Mindz Pty Ltd.

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Professor Helen Burgess

Collaborative Researcher & Ph.D. Co-Director, Sleep and Circadian Research Laboratory Department of Psychiatry University of Michigan

A Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Co-Director of the Sleep and Circadian Rhythms Research Laboratory at the University of Michigan. Her scientific research examines basic sleep and circadian rhythm mechanisms and also sleep and circadian rhythms in the context of various clinical disorders including alcohol use disorders, autism, chronic pain, depression, diabetes, gastrointestinal disorders, HIV, jet lag, migraine, shift work, sleep disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder. She also studies how light and melatonin can be used to improve sleep and circadian adaptation to help optimize health and relieve symptom burden. She have developed a method to facilitate accurate measurement of circadian timing in the home environment with appropriate measures of compliance. Her research is supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health.

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Kate Cullity

Moving Mindz Accounts Manager

Kate is currently finalising a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) with an interest to work with people and organisations who are experiencing mental health or social adversities using theoretical evidence-based models. Kate has a passion for fitness and healthy lifestyle.