In this week’s episode I’m chatting with Kate Bandmann, clinical counsellor and coach. Kate provides mental health & recovery coaching to women looking to expand their sense of joy & purpose amidst big life changes. We explore what it means to live a life aligned with our values and how to get in touch with
In this week’s episode I’m exploring why it’s so important to approach mental health from a more holistic perspective – moving beyond mainstream psychology and the therapy room, to include a more cyclical approach to life, reconnection with nature, and the importance of community. In this episode, I talk about: Why we need to approach
In this week’s episode we’re tackling the most commonly requested topic I receive – confidence. So many of you have asked me about tips for overcoming imposter syndrome and embracing confidence, so I’m sharing what I know with you today. While I certainly haven’t mastered this myself, here are some tools I use and invite
Want to listen to this instead? Before we dive in here, I want to let you know I’ve recorded an in-depth podcast episode about this with my partner, who was intrinsically involved throughout this entire experience. If you’d like to listen to that instead for the full story, you can find that here. We have
In this week’s episode I’m telling you the story of my abortion. I’ve invited on my partner Dexter Robson to join me in this raw and vulnerable conversation in the hopes that it provides some insight to this often stigmatized experience, and helps folks who have gone through something similar feel a little less alone.
A version of this post originally appeared in my Slow Letters, an email I send out every second Monday that I hope will feel supportive and nourishing to you. If you enjoy the following, sign up here to receive my Slow Letters delivered straight to your inbox. It’s been two and a half years since
In this week’s episode we’re exploring ancestral and intergenerational trauma. We know that trauma responses are passed from one generation to the next, but how does this actually impact how we respond to our world around us? Tune in to find out how ancestral trauma may be showing up for you. In this episode, I
Something that we don’t talk about very often is money. It’s central to how most of us operate in the capitalist system we reside within, it’s something that probably crosses our mind most days, and for many of us, money may cause us a great deal of stress. Yet it’s something we rarely talk about.
Want to listen to this instead? I’ve recorded this letter as a podcast which you can listen to here. — Reflecting on this past year… I’ve experienced a strange mix of gratitude and counting my immense blessings and privilege, but also uncovering more of the underlying, hidden layers of loneliness and grief that had been