Dr Kama Trudgen and Helen Padarin discuss how Hope For Health was formed and gain insight into the health challenges commonly faced by indigenous communities. They also share their newest endeavour, TOGETHER Retreats, a collaborative healing initiative developed in conjunction with the Yolngu people of Arnhem Land.
Lauren singlehandedly assembled 30+ practitioners spanning the integrative, allied and medical health modalities to travel to Greece and work within the refugee camps to address concerns such as malnutrition, breastfeeding, wound care and illness.
Director of Involvement Volunteers International, nutritionist Lauren Lacey, gathered 30 practitioners and donations and flew to the frontline of Greece‘s refugee camps. And she‘s ready to do it again!
Today's podcast gives us a glimpse into the world of Naturopaths without Borders. The challenges, learning curves, benefits and obstacles of working to service communities in need using Naturopathic principles of healthcare.
As a final year Naturopathy student, Shannon Chafkin, took up the opportunity for a hands-on experience via a volunteer trip to India to immerse herself in the health care environment there.