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Zoe Gillis – Disconnect to Reconnect

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In episode 96 I interviewed Zoe Gillis. Zoe is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who runs nature and mindfulness wilderness retreats.

Zoe Gillis

In this episode I chat with Zoe about nature feeling like a safer place to release emotion, overcoming fears in nature, focusing on the beauty of nature, how nature can benefit mental well-being, sensory mindfulness, putting the phone down, journal writing, getting comfortable being uncomfortable, noticing beauty around you, advice for the anxious hiker, and nature for beginners. Enjoy!


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Go wild: positive mental well-being

In episode 73 I continue the theme of nature and mental health by recording this episode in a nature reserve. I discuss more benefits of nature on mental well-being, fractal patterns and their calming effects and reference some more studies. I hope this inspires you to get out into nature. Enjoy!

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Nature and Growing Positive Mental Health

In episode 71 I talk about nature and its positive impacts on mental health. In the last century we have spent less time in nature, and I believe this has had a negative impact on our mental health. In this episode I talk about my experiences around how nature has helped my mental well-being, as well as drawing findings from studies on nature and mental health. I share some tips for spending more time in nature. Enjoy!

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