Chris is available for media appearances and considers it a privilege to share the hope of recovery from the darkness of depression and anxiety. For previous interviews, select one of the options below. Alternatively you can view the official media release for Down Not Out, or otherwise contact Chris here.
In a deep and heartfelt interview, Chris shares his story of how he ended up in a psychiatric hospital on the cusp of completing Bible college. Stephen O'Doherty, Open House's host, opens up himself about his journey of living with depression. This interview contains some particularly deep questions and conversations.
On the cusp of National Men's Health Week, Chris is interviewed by former South Australian Premier and now Anglican Minister, Lynn Arnold, about his journey with depression and anxiety. Lynn points out that Down Not Out provides a biblically anchored perspective on this issue We talk about coming to faith, how the gospel impacts mental health and the unique role the Church can play in walking with those living with mental illness.
Chris is invited to speak on religion and mental health on ABC Radio National's program God Forbid with James Carleton. Along with Muslim poet and mental health advocate, Hawraa Kash, we discuss questions like, 'Can faith help?', 'What is the role of sin?', and 'Were some of Christianity's greatest figures actually delusional?'
Chris and Leigh sit down again to ask the question, how can someone believe there is a God of love when the darkness of depression and pain of the world seem so clear?
Chris sits down with veteran journalist and news anchor, Leigh Hatcher, to discuss where we're at as a society in mental health awareness and care. On a personal level, we discuss the place of crisis points in life, and how to pick up the pieces and believe in hope once more.
Chris is invited onto Vision Radio's 20Twenty program with Neil Johnson to discuss his new book, Down Not Out. This interview includes questions from listeners, tackling some difficult life questions and where hope and meaning can be found.