Podcast Episode

Grief and Loss with Katrina

Aug 3, 2021

Power, Strength & Vulnerability
Power, Strength & Vulnerability
Grief and Loss with Katrina
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Katrina is a powerful woman using her experience to help others manage grief.
In this poddy we speak about how Katrina suffered after her mum passed away. After a few years Katrina reached a point where she knew things needed to change and took the courageous step to leave her relationship where she was being treated poorly.
The catalyst for change was her amazing sister and since then Katrina has been able to use her experience to help many others in understanding grief and how to move through grief.
A must listen to any human with emotions because we all go through grief at some stage in life.
Please be aware that talk about ill mental health and abuse is talked about.
This link will take you to
• Grief masterclass links
• To book a call
• Website
• Resources
• Podcast (grow with grief)
https://mindfullausfundraiser.raisely.com/katrina-weller/ – link to donate to Katrina’s fundraiser
If you want to help support this podcast, please jump on to the PSV shop and buy some merch…
Thanks to MyndFit who help people to become mentally fitter, stronger & healthier by training the mind to think differently. It is a proactive approach to reducing mental health issues like depression, anxiety and underlying stress, therefore increasing overall health & wellbeing.
For immediate help, please call lifeline on 13 11 14 or for any emergency 000
Other help lines
Mental Health Support Lines
beyondblue
1300 224 636
Suicide Call Back Service*
1300 659 467
Men’s Line Australia*
1300 789 978
PANDA (perinatal anxiety and depression), Monday to Friday 9am to 7.30pm AEST)*
1300 726 306
Butterfly Foundation (eating disorders, 8am to midnight AEST)*
1800 334 673
Child Protection and Family Support Crisis Care Helpline*
08 9223 1111 or 1800 199 008 (Country Toll Free)
headspace* (seven days a week from 9am to 1am AEST)
1800 650 890 (12-25 year olds, family and friends)
Kids Helpline*
1800 551 800 (5 to 25 year olds) or 1800 654 432 (parents)
1800 737 732 will continue to operate as per usual during the COVID-19 health emergency. We are open 24 hours to support people impacted by sexual assault, domestic or family violence and abuse