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Taming the inner ‘Angry Ant’ – Brad Robbins

March 20 @ 6:00 pm 8:00 pm

Brad Robbins – Former Perth Wildcat

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Brad Robbins takes audiences on a very powerful and personal journey from his “Angry Ant’ persona on the basketball court to the man he is today. In this workshop, participants will learn the importance of expressing all emotions, get an understanding of the root cause of anger, be aware of their own triggers for negative emotions & learn a variety of techniques to manage anger and other negative emotions before they become uncontrollable.

Brad takes audiences on a courageously deep personal journey of struggle that he lived behind the scenes of the  “Angry Ant” persona that fans knew and loved on the basketball court.

 Brad’s honest, heart-wrenching (and at times hilarious) recount of his mental health struggles with depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder leading to his early retirement from professional sport,  has deeply impacted audiences all over Australia. Brad has inspired thousands of people to not only prioritize their own mental health but raise consciousness around the internal struggles that many men silently go through. 


Brad Robbins is a retired professional basketball player and dedicated mental health advocate who has made a significant impact on and off the court. Known for his tenacity and leadership in basketball, Brad’s journey extends beyond sports as he courageously shared his struggles with mental health to raise awareness and break down stigmas. As a mental health advocate, he has been a driving force within the Stitch in Time team, delivering powerful speeches and workshops to promote mental well-being and provide support to individuals facing challenges. Brad’s authentic approach and vulnerability have resonated with audiences, empowering others to prioritise their mental well-being. He continues to make a difference through his involvement in mental health initiatives, driven by a genuine desire to create a supportive and understanding society.

This event has been sponsored by the Barbarians Group and delivered through A Stitch in Time.

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Margaret River, Washington 6285 Australia
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