Australian musician, author, and actor, Clare Bowditch, is an inspiring artist known for her incredible talent and storytelling abilities. Her memoir ‘Your Own Kind of Girl’, published in 2019, is a moving account of her life journey, where she candidly shares her struggles with mental health, body image, and self-doubt. Through her experiences, Bowditch inspires readers to overcome their inner critic and embrace their true selves.
Clare Bowditch is now taking her message of self-leadership to the stage with ‘How to live the life you want: a lesson in taming your inner critic’, an event that promises to be a transformative experience for all attendees. At this event, Bowditch will teach the audience how to tame their inner critic and use their brain to live the life they want. Through her inspiring and uplifting talk, she will provide practical tools and strategies for taking control of one’s life and overcoming self-doubt.
Devonport Mayor Alison Jarman is excited to attend this event and says, “I am delighted to welcome Clare Bowditch to our community. Her message of self-leadership is one that we can all benefit from, and I am sure it will be a fantastic evening. I also look forward to launching Council’s Health and wellbeing strategy at the event.”
‘How to live the life you want: a lesson in taming your inner critic’ is open to anyone who has ever doubted themselves and is looking for ways to take control of their life. Whether you are struggling with self-doubt, mental health challenges, or simply looking to live a more fulfilling life, Clare Bowditch’s message of self-leadership is for you.
The event is proudly supported by Primary Health Tasmania, North West Suicide Prevention Network, Anglicare Tasmania, Child and Family Learning Centre East Devonport, Creative Therapies, Devonport City Council, East Devonport Neighbourhood House, and Relationships Tasmania.
With the support of these organizations, Clare Bowditch’s message of self-leadership can reach a wider audience and provide hope and inspiration to those who need it.
Join us on Thursday, 18 May, at the paranaple convention centre, with doors opening at 6.45 pm for a 7 pm start. The event is priced at $30 per person, and tickets are available through Eventbrite.