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Whether she’s surfing, singing, or dancing like there’s nobody watching, Liv Phyland has energy to burn. She’s the television presenter with a genuine lust for life.
Her television debut was in 2011, when she became the host of ABC3’s flagship show Studio3. Then 2015, saw a jump from ABC to host Eleven’s music show The Loop (Network 10), alongside Scott Tweedie.
Indulging in her love for all things lifestyle and adventure, she has also appeared in her own show Liv on the Edge, and her adventure web series Letting Go. In 2019 Liv worked with Discover Japan to create the digital series Discover Japan: Okinawa with Liv Phyland. She also co-hosted two specials for the newly created Network Ten platform 10 Travlr for Tourism NZ in 2019, and Northern Territory, and Cairns in 2020.
She has MC’d events such as the Fun4Kids festival, Cyber Safety Summit, St Kilda Festival, ARIA’s Red Carpet, The Retailer Awards and Tropfest. Is passionate for all things health and well-being, having completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology, and becoming a health coach with the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and combined her passion for physical and mental health to launch and run Girls Who Glow; workshops for teenage girls to be their healthiest, happiest selves with Teigan Nash.
We are so excited for you to listen to this episode as Liv delves straight in to the topic at hand with the conversations that we still see been shied away from.
We hear how people can be affected by mental health not just directly, but also indirectly like Liv openly shares on the episode from seeing some of her closest people go through their struggles and how many people still shy away from the subject at hand when they feel they have nothing to contribute to the conversation because they haven't been directly affected personally.
This is such an important episode especially for those who feel exactly like this in not thinking that they have anything to say or advocate for.
The importance of knowing Mental Health can and does effect everyone of us throughout our life being that either directly or like this episode discusses indirectly.
To find out more information on Liv, be sure to head to her socials @livphyland
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*The Imperfectly Perfect Campaign is creating awareness and not a substitute for professional advice. Our episodes do touch on topics around Mental Health Struggles and Suicide. Should you need help, please refer to your nearest crisis numbers. For the United States of America; 911 for all emergencies, alternatively the national suicide hotline on 1.800.273.8255 (TALK) For Australia; 000 for all emergencies, alternatively call Life Line Australia on 13 11 14
A big thank you to our Voice-Over: Mike Christensen (thevoicemonkey.com)