Kylie Harrison works for Life Without Barriers as a Community Peer Worker and as part of this role she is a regular guest speaker for organisations, businesses, educational facilities and community groups as a voice for those living with lived experience of a mental health illness.
In her spare time Kylie has delved into a range of story telling experiences which has involved comedy, short films, writing and poetry.
Kylie developed a number of comedy routines seen in the Cracking Up Comedy Project funded by Arts Sa run by the MHCSA between 2010 to 2012 and in her own show “Psychosis can be a funny thing …” which debued with Arts SA funding for Mental Health Week in 2012.
Live appearances and communicating with the public whilst providing a voice is indeed Kylie’s passion and she is available to come to your group to facilitate conversation on a serious or hilarious note.
For an official visit by Kylie in her working role as a Peer Support worker contact her at Life Without Barriers by clicking here.
To speak to Kylie about comedic guest appearances please contact her via email at : firstname.lastname@example.org