On this week’s Go Well program our interview is with Trish Thompson, who is a clinical counsellor and psychotherapist. Trish was a secondary school teacher and then school counsellor for many years before completing her Masters of Counselling. She works with individuals, couples and other relationship structures in a number of community based settings, particularly with the LGBTIQ+ community. Also this week Cate talks with Natalie Cook from Torrens University about some of the courses they have on offer in the health space. Our articles and research this week includes:
• looking at the future of the Antarctic through an indigenous Maori lens
• how language extinction triggers loss of unique indigenous medicinal knowledge
• a new trend in audio culture and generative music that the Global Wellness Summit suggests will be the next wellness frontier
• and what life lessons plants can teach us about how to be better humans on this planet.
Cate also has a conversation with Natalie Cook, the Director of Innovation, Industry and Employability for Health and Education at Torrens University and Think Education, who applies her extensive experience in relationship management, communication and strategic direction to the student experience. Hope you can have a listen in.
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