Dr Jarrod White is a Clinical Psychologist who works with people to gain a greater sense of contentment and connection. Jarrod’s work has focused on the relationship between culture and mental health, expanded upon within his thesis, “Understanding trauma: a cross-cultural comparison”. He has written widely on the relationship between culture and mental health and the way that cultural beliefs, ideas and assumptions influence the individual. He has been published in the International Journal of Culture and Mental Health and is a consulting psychologist for the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre as well as running his own clinical practice at The Mind Room. Jarrod is the co-founder of the social platform, “The Lives of Others”, working against social stigmatisation of those facing mental health issues by providing a place for people to share their stories of mental health. He facilitates workshops across topics including mindfulness, wellbeing, uncertainty and change/growth mindset, and understanding emotions. He received first class Honours in Psychology and progressed to complete his Doctorate of Clinical Psychology at Monash University.