Ministry of Change
About This Show
Hello, I'm Marcus and welcome to the Ministry of Change Podcast. I'm traveling around the UK helping to make the conversation around mental health accessible to everyone.
I’m exploring my own experiences with depression and anxiety and talking to others about their experiences.
I’m connecting with people and projects that are either directly or indirectly having an effect on the way we view and talk about our mental health and I’m looking at how the way that we have structured society impacts on our mental health and the possible systemic changes we could make to create a world in which everybody can be themselves and really thrive.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
#20 Kim Brown's Story: Wolf Medicine and Connecting with Nature
This is another conversation I recorded on my visit to the Isle of Wight last month.
It was lovely to meet Kim Brown and spend a bit of time with her.
Kim has done loads of amazing work in the sphere of mental health over the years, a lot of which involves taking people out into nature to reconnect with themselves and the environment.
She set up a centre for Highly Sensitive People (HSPs) on the island, and runs an organisation called Nature Therapy, as well as running a programme called Wolf Medicine - which helps people to find their unique way of being to enable them to walk their own path in the world. As the name suggests, part of this process involves spending time with wolves, which you can hear more about from Kim in this conversation.
To find out more about Kim’s work check out her website: Nature Therapy CIC .
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