The ex-wife of Karl Stefanovic, Cassandra Thorburn, has announced she will now be working part-time with homeless children. The 48-year-old journalist revealed the new role on Instagram on Friday, calling working with the outreach organisation as a 'passion job'. The organisation, Taldumande Youth Services, seeks to offer support and services to children aged 12 to 21 in Sydney's Northern Beaches. New role! Karl Stefanovic's ex-wife Cassandra Thorburn (pictured) has announced she will now be working with homeless youth organisation Taldumande on Instagram on Friday Cassandra confirmed she will continue to appear on morning panel show Studio 10, with her appearing as a popular talking head on the show. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Baby joy! Karl Stefanovic and Jasmine Yarbrough are... Karl Stefanovic begs wife Jasmine Yarbrough to 'never let... Sylvia Jeffreys is every inch the glowing expectant mother... It's far-shun, darling! … [Read more...] about Karl Stefanovic’s ex-wife Cassandra Thorburn announces her own exciting new role amid news the Today show host and Jasmine Yarbrough are expecting their first child together
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Erica Baker likes poker. So did many of the engineers she spent 10 years working with at Google, in the California headquarters of one of the world’s most valuable technology companies. When she was eventually invited to a poker night with other engineers, the group of white, male colleagues fell silent as she walked into the room. “That did not feel good,” she says. “I get that it’s comfortable to be around people like you, but it’s also pretty important to be around people who are not like you – it helps one grow as a human being. That was the point where I started to get fed up with Google.” Around the same time, in late November 2014, Baker joined a local Black Lives Matter protest after the shooting of a black teenager by a white police officer. When she posted a photo to Twitter, Stewart Butterfield, the co-founder of Slack, a new chat tool for use at work, sent her a message: “Stay safe.” She says, “I just … [Read more...] about Beyond email: could startup Slack change the way you work?
Skye Wheatley hit the gym hard on Monday following a two-month break. Taking to Instagram Stories, the 25-year-old former Big Brother star shared a series of videos of herself working out, a year after welcoming her son, Forest. The videos show Skye lifting a heavy-looking barbell, including one painful-looking exercise, which saw her lifting it with her pelvis. Scroll down for video Working it: Skye Wheatley (pictured) hit the gym hard on Monday following a two-month break. Taking to Instagram Stories, the former Big Brother star shared a series of videos of herself working out 'This ain't ma fav exercise,' she wrote on Instagram, before revealing she had a 'tantrum' over the gruelling workout. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'It just plumps up your face!' Skye Wheatley says cheek... 'I would not wish this upon my worst enemy': Former Big... Big Brother beauty Skye Wheatley flaunts her pert derrière... Easy money! Big Brother star Skye Wheatley and her … [Read more...] about ‘I’ve lost so much muscle in the boot!’ Former Big Brother star Skye Wheatley reveals her intense workout as she struggles to regain her pre-baby body a year after welcoming son Forest
The world’s mounting mental health crisis isn’t just about the vast numbers of people falling ill. It’s about the tiny number of people available to treat them. Wherever you live, it’s highly probable that there simply are not nearly enough psychiatrists and psychotherapists. The overwhelming majority of countries have fewer than 200 psychiatrists for every million people. The result is often long waiting times, eye-watering fees for private attention and/or the overprescription of antidepressants by family doctors with few other options. Now, however, technology is seeking to fill the vacuum with a formidable dashboard of apps, chatbots, avatars and digital counsellors that promise everything from daily check-ins and mood tracking to cognitive behavioural therapy and preventive “mental health hygiene”. The big question is: are they any good? The majority of these platforms are for-profit businesses and, as such, the global mental health software … [Read more...] about Appy day: could we fix our mental health on our phone?