Episode 2: Can a flash of orange trigger a bushfire memory?
Understanding trauma and neuroscience with Petrea King
In this episode, I was joined by the inspirational Petrea King – bestselling author, keynote speaker, facilitator and the founder of Quest for Life Foundation. This timely conversation marks the anniversary of the bushfire season, as we dive into the neuroscience behind trauma and its triggers, and how understanding our biological reactions can help us better prepare and care for ourselves during trying times.
Episode 1: Why we need to sustain ourselves to care for wildlife
– a conversation with Jessica Dolce
In this episode I have a great conversation on the topic of self-care, with an amazing woman – someone I have been in touch with for several years, and who I greatly admire and respect. She is a person in the animal care world like us, and her name is Jessica Dolce. Our conversation dives into messages around a topic I’ve been struggling to understand and draw out. Jessica helps lay these messages bare, to stimulate and challenge us, enabling consideration of self sustainment for the sake of the wildlife.
With grateful acknowledgment to the following supporters for enabling this Podcast to occur.
This is part of the Wildlife Heroes Caring for Carers Campaign
supported by the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife and the Australian Government.
Thanks also to our Supportive Partners, The International Fund for Animal Welfare
“Too frequently we tell stories of failure and we forget to honour the fact that we tried, the fact we had purpose, the fact we cared.”
– Julia Baird
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