Hints for Healing is about showcasing the diverse and multidisciplinary work which contributes to the psychological recovery, resettlement and development of children and learners with a refugee experience.
Episode 5: Sydney Soccer Stories: Social Connectivity and Narrative Approaches to Trauma Recovery
Shaun Nemorin swaps roles and hops in the guest seat! In this episode Nicole Loehr interviews Shaun about the importance of social connectivity in overcoming adversity and his personal and professional experiences of people finding a sense of belonging and purpose through sport, writing and narrative therapeutic approaches to healing.
Shaun made reference to the following texts during the interview:
Tribe by Sebastian Junger http://www.sebastianjunger.com/tribe-by-sebastian-junger
Bowling Alone by Robert D. Putnam http://bowlingalone.com/
Laurie Pearlman https://dartcenter.org/bio/laurie-anne-pearlman-phd
Sydney Soccer Stories - https://www.facebook.com/sydneysoccerstories/
Books by Frantz Fanon - The Wretched of the Earth and Black Skin White Masks
Produced by Nicole Loehr. Music by Eric Avery and R.E.M. (performed by Troy Reilly). Photo by Helene Caux.
Episode 4: Cultural Chameleons and Creative Therapies
In this episode Shaun Nemorin talks to STARTTS School Liaison Officer, Nicole Loehr. They discuss how the most unsuspecting paths can lead to working with survivors of refugee experiences and explore how a knowledge of cross-cultural identities and creative expression in a therapeutic environment, can support healing and recovery. Produced by Nicole Loehr. Music written by R.E.M and performed by Troy Reilly. Artwork "Now you see me" by Nicole Loehr
Episode 3: Sandplay - Expressing and Understanding Through Sand and Miniatures
In this episode Shaun Nemorin talks to STARTTS Child & Adolescent Counsellors Chiara Ridolfi and Sanja Stefanovic about how they apply Sandplay to working with children with refugee experiences. Sanja and Chiara reflect on how key aspects of Sandplay Therapy, such as freedom of expression, safety and a person-centred approach, support clients’ psyche to work toward healing.
Produced by Karen Collier. Music written by R.E.M and performed by Troy Reilly. Photo and staging by Nicole Loehr.
Episode 2: Jungle Tracks - HealingThrough Stories
Shaun speaks with STARTTS Psychologists Pearl Fernandes and Yvette Aiello about the how story books from the Jungle Tracks Kit have been used to support children's recovery from refugee trauma.
Episode 1: Working therapeutically with learners with refugee experience in a COVID reality
In this episode of the Hints for Healing Podcast, Shaun speaks with Julie-Anne Younis who is the Senior Child and Adolescent Counsellor/Trainer at STARTTS.
A registered psychologist who has provided therapeutic services to learners with refugee experience for almost 20 years, we talk about how we might better support young people in the time of Covid 19, some common presentations observed in schools during this time and some practical tips during this crises in working with clients and for self-care.
Production and sound engineering by Cesar Marin, intro and outro music written by R.E.M and performed by Troy Reilly
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Great discussions and relevant to my work. Will keep listening
Brilliant. These techniques from your expertise are so helpful. Thank you for sharing your hard learned lessons and hope you keep this up!