I am a passionate advocate for those experiencing eating disorders. I hope by speaking about my own experiences in an open and honest forum I can reduce the stigma, encourage sharing and shut the door on fear.
Harriet Frew, the eating disorder therapist from Cambridge, UK. A leader in her field, I had the pleasure of recording this podcast with her on October 29th 2020.
Causes or Cures
Dr Erin Stair is a wonderful, quirky doctor from New York! She interviews an extremely wide range of personalities! Controversial at times, yet ever so informative, I really enjoyed chatting with her on November 23rd 2020. Uncut, this episode is as real as they get!
Kristen Elliott is a survivor of her own journey experiencing an eating disorder. A fabulous advocate for others, she has created her own series of podcast episodes. On Monday she interviews someone whose story will empower the listener – always centred around eating disorders. Then on Thursday, she professionally articulates her response to the Monday episode. Kristen and I developed a 4 Part series which ran throughout January 2021.
A little lengthy, yet extremely informative …
Catherine and Francis, New York, are wonderful advocates for those experiencing eating
disorders. Together, they engage a wide range of guests each with unique stories to share. The
wealth of learning for listeners ensures there are valuable take aways from each episode.
Lily and Cindy are friends who each endured their own experience with an eating disorder.
Together they now create beautiful podcast episodes to educate, inspire and encourage those still in the grips of this illness. Honoured to chat with them
The Space Podcast
The Space is a mindfulness podcast that’s not like the others.
Casey Donovan, singer songwriter, takes listeners on a mini escape each morning and evening
with short (and cringe free) meditations, motivations and tips on how to improve your day. Written
by wellness expert Amy Molloy, these short podcasts are published twice-daily (Mon-Fri); with an
additional episode on Saturdays.
“We’re about making mindfulness accessible for everyone - there’s no ohms or crystals here.
We’re for people who need a little me-time in their busy lives– providing all of the wellness,
with none of the fluff”.
Joe Ambridge, (Melbourne, Australia) and Mark Fielding, (UK) are two men who have collaborated together to create the #NeverAlone Podcast series. Their weekly episodes look at a specific mental health issue through discussion with guests who have experienced the impact of the topic being investigated.