The Titans coaching and high performance staff haven't just been helping players grow into better players this November.
They've also joined forces to grow moustaches, taking part in Movember to raise funds and awareness to help change the face of men’s mental health.
An initiative led by head coach Des Hasler, every member of the Titans NRL football department have taken up the challenge for a good cause, with club integrations officer Aaron Booth extremely proud to be one of the Gold Coast staff part of the campaign.
"As a person, friend and former player, I've experienced all the affects of mental health, both positive and negative. That's why I'm a huge advocate of supporting this cause and I'm extremely proud to be part of our team of Mo Bro's supporting Movember," Booth said.
"Having been involved for a number of years now, this month is not just about raising money, but more importantly raising awareness and encouraging our community to have a chat.
"That's what we want to do as staff - growing moustaches are a reminder to our playing group that it's important to talk about how they're feeling - especially in the high performance environment we're part of.
"Mental health should be part of everyday conversations and never just be a once-off check. A healthy mind is just as important as a healthy body and I encourage everyone to have a daily conversation about how they're feeling - good, bad or indifferent."
Be sure to check Titans.com.au and social media channels later this week for how the mo's are progressing.