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Valerie Besanceney

The Importance of Transitions-Care in Education with Valérie Besanceney

Welcome to Recipes for Resilience series. I am with Valérie Besanceney, an International Education and Transitions Consultant and Founder of Roots for Boots, an Author as well as  CEO of Safe Passage Across Networks that offers a home to people and schools committed to healthy student, family and staff transition.Prior consulting Valérie taught at international …

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Make It Work for You and Your Team in International Development Sector with Saara Lehmuskoski

Welcome to the 10th interview in the Recipes for Resilience series. I am with Saara Lehmuskoski. In this episode we discuss what it takes to make it work for you and your team in the international development sector. Saara is based in Helsinki, Finland. Her experience of organisational and social change management goes back to two …

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The Importance of Knowing and Nurturing Yourself with Doctor Hassina Kajee

Welcome to the ninth interview of Recipes for Resilience. I am with Dr Hassina Kajee. She is a Specialist Physician and Integrative Medicine Practitioner passionate about empowering her patients in lifestyle choices for better health, including the importance of knowing and nurturing yourself.  Her professional background includes running the High Care Unit as a Specialist Physician …

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Finding a Way to Belong with Maylene Broderick

Welcome to the seventh interview of Recipes for Resilience. I am with Maylene Broderick discussing “finding a way to belong”. Maylene has 20-year experience in various executive and senior management positions in both corporate and government sectors in Canada and South Africa. Her current position is Chief Director: Enterprise Development and Transformation at the National Department …

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Trauma and Healing with Lwandile Mohale

Welcome to the sixth interview of the Recipes for Resilience Series. I am with Lwandile Mohale, a fellow mom and colleague, a friend. She is the Founder of Lerwesa Life Coaching and Transformation Life Coach, Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner, Negative Emotional Therapy Practitioner, Employee Wellness Consultant, and Breath Intelligence Facilitator. We are discussing grief, trauma and …

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Finding Mind-Body and Stress Release Practices as New Purpose with Reda Jacobs

Welcome to the fifth interview of the Recipes for Resilience Series. My guest is Reda Jacobs. She is Body Stress Release; Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE®) and Mindfulness Practitioner. Prior becoming a holistic wellness entrepreneur Reda worked as registered nurse and midwife, later advanced to psychiatric nurse and worked in health management.  She is …

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Expat / Lovepat Journey and Holding Space for Others with Carolyn Parse-Risso

Welcome to the third interview of the Recipes for Resilience Series. I am with Carolyn Parse-Rizzo. She is a fellow lovepat and positive intelligence coach, mom, courageous solopreneur, and much more… Her professional expertise includes being a child life and trauma prevention specialist, civilian employee for military overseas, coaching in energy leadership and positive intelligence …

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