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Eco-therapy: Why time in nature heals!  With Pam Purton

Eco-therapy: Why time in nature heals! With Pam Purton

February 19, 2019

Eco-therapy is the prescribed time in nature that reaps incredible rewards for our health.  In this chat we discover and discuss all the ways that nature heals!

EP37: Art as therapy; designing a hopeful future with Jet James

EP37: Art as therapy; designing a hopeful future with Jet James

May 16, 2018

Internationally recognised visual artist Jet James uses his art to bring meaning and understanding to a childhood that was filled with domestic violence in an environment of drug abuse and neglect.  His art, he says, allows him to design a future based around hope, and using art as therapy is something that anyone can do!

www.jetjames.com.au

 

EP36: Making our family life flourish with Edwina Mullany

EP36: Making our family life flourish with Edwina Mullany

May 9, 2018

We set goals for work and holidays, but have you ever thought about setting a goal to improve your family life?  In this chat we talk about how we approach conflict, how we try to avoid it, and how we plan for our families to thrive.

EP35: Recognising Domestic & Family Violence… and how to make positive change

EP35: Recognising Domestic & Family Violence… and how to make positive change

May 2, 2018

Charlotte Simmons is a Psychologist with 17 years experience working in the area of Domestic and Family Violence.  As May is Domestic and Family Violence Month in Australia, we're taking the chance to delve into the topic so that each of us can learn to recognise it... and change it!

Helplines:

DV Connect 1800 811 811

Lifeline 13 11 14

EP34: Politics and Parenthood with Brittany Lauga

EP34: Politics and Parenthood with Brittany Lauga

April 18, 2018

Brittany Lauga is the State Member for Keppel and she's also a mum of 5 month old Odette.  Brittany talks openly about how she faces the stresses of both politics and parenthood.

EP33: What your eyes are telling you: Iridology with Louise Kerwin

EP33: What your eyes are telling you: Iridology with Louise Kerwin

April 11, 2018

All eyes are beautiful, as Louise says, and they also tell us who we are, what experiences we've had, and which parts of us need the most nurturing.

www.discoverthepoweroftouch.com

EP32: A wheelchair and a positive attitude with Patricia Marsh

EP32: A wheelchair and a positive attitude with Patricia Marsh

April 4, 2018

Patricia Marsh was diagnosed with Friedreich's ataxia at the age of 15.  She's in a wheelchair and as she explains, her nervous system is affected, but not her mind.  And it's a fiercly positive mind at that!  

EP31: Why animals make us happy with Sally Faulkner

EP31: Why animals make us happy with Sally Faulkner

March 28, 2018

Sally Faulkner lives on a farm surrounded by animals of all kinds.  She talks about her love of horses and dogs brings depth and meaning to her life.

EP30: The journey back from an ICE addiction with Hayley Holt

EP30: The journey back from an ICE addiction with Hayley Holt

March 21, 2018

Hayley Holt is a mother of 5 with a full time job and she used to be addicted to ice.  This is her story of how she got into the drug and also how the love of her family helped her get out and start to build a meaningful life again.

 

EP29: Being part of a community with Martin Elms (CQUniversity’s Village Festival)

EP29: Being part of a community with Martin Elms (CQUniversity’s Village Festival)

March 14, 2018

It turns out that being part of your community is one of the major factors in a long and happy life.  So how connected are you?  Martin Elms is from CQUniversity's Village Festival and he talks us through how he finds and helps to create that community connection.

http://thevillagefestival.org.au