Dr Michael Carr-Gregg
Speaker available for hire, based in Victoria
Dr Michael Carr-Gregg is an outstanding speaker on a wide variety of subjects associated with health lifestyle and well being. These vary from self management to maximizing the efficiency of your time asleep to balancing the many pressures of your work and family life. What Michael has to say applies to business owners and staff alike - indeed taking on board what Michael has to say can actually help improve a business’s bottom line.
He is entertaining, meticulously prepared and his presentations are always full of clear, easy to implement strategies for improving the quality of your life and your personal and professional relationships.
Michael Carr-Gregg combines credibility, outstanding communication skills with an ability to really make a difference to the lives of those who hear him.
One of Australia's most in demand health, lifestyle and well being speakers, Michael is also amongst Australia’s leading psychologists, practicing at the Albert Road Centre for Health in Melbourne. Michael is the author of 4 best selling books and is currently working on his fifth.
In 1985, he founded the world's first national teenage cancer patients support group, Canteen - The Australian Teenage Cancer Patient's Society. He has held a variety of appointments including Executive Director of the New Zealand Drug Foundation, Director of the Centre for Social Health and in 1996 was appointed an Associate Professor in the Department of Paediatrics, University of Melbourne.
Michael has been the recipient of a number of awards including the Australian Jaycees Outstanding Young Australian of the Year (1987) and in 1997, he was made a Paul Harris Fellow by Rotary International in recognition of his work in the prevention of youth suicide. In 2000 he was the subject of a This is Your Life on Channel 9.
Michael has extensive experience in the media and is currently a regular on the top rating 'Sunrise' program on Channel 7 and on Melbourne radio and is a frequent contributor to the Australian Print media.