Thought Food posts published by Mamamia

Since May 2018 Mamamia (Australia’s largest women’s media brand) has regularly republished some of my Thought Food posts as well as some original previously unpublished content. You can find all of my Mamamia articles here:

Radio And Podcast Interviews

Link to podcast of my Conversations Interview on ABC Radio:

Reconstructing a life after being diagnosed with bipolar disorder

with Richard Fidler

50mins 20secs

Originally Recorded in October 2014

Aired again for Mental Health Week in October 2017

Link to podcast of my interview with Dr Andy Roark about mental health in the veterinary profession and the challenges of veterinary work during Covid-19

31 May 2020

Link to ABC Radio National’s All In The Mind podcast episode on ECT (Electroconvulsive Therapy) that I was a contributor and interviewee for:

19 July 2020

Link to iheart radio’s 3pm pick up interview on my experience with Bipolar 1 Disorder with reference to Kanye West’s situation:

22 July 2020

Link to my podcast interview with Dr Kimberley Khodakah about the intersection of my veterinary career and episodes of mental ill health

14 October 2020

Guest on The Anxious Shrink vodcast with Dr Mark Cross. We talk about therapy pets, panic attacks, my role as a SANE Peer Ambassador and my book ‘Abductions From My Beautiful Life’. I recommend tuning in for the whole thing (about 40mins). But if you are pressed for time – my segment starts about 17 minutes in.  Check it out here: 

10 June 2021

Link to ABC Radio Sunshine Coast interview for the launch of SANE’s digital program to support people living with complex mental illness

8 July 2022

Link to Parentkind podcast episode 8. I was part of a group
interview on perinatal mental illness, at Belmont Private Hospital
. (Also
on Spotify)

5 October 2022

Link to The Quicky podcast interview about my experience of Bipolar Disorder compared to Kanye West’s perceived experience

24 October 2022

Guest blogs and Q and A written for SANE : (10 June 2021) (12 May 2020) (20 August 2019)

Print and digital Interviews

29 September 2020

28 October 2022

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