Racial awareness is something that starts from home. That’s something you’ll learn from this week’s interview with Kathomi Gatwiri. She gives us personal and professional insights from immigrating to Australia from Kenya and being a psychotherapist focusing on racial trauma.
In this episode we discuss what happens to the 100,000 children who have a parent arrested every year in Australia. This is a very personal topic as I (Robbie) have had a parent who has been arrested multiple times.
We also focus on the parent and lack of standardised procedure to deal with these situations, often fraught with complexity. Dr Catherine Flynn from the Monash University, who has spent decades as a social worker and researching in this area, takes us deep into this topic that is rarely spoken about.
Read more about this at The Conversation.
Meet us and find out how we came to make this podcast. Rikki and I share some things that we do not talk about a lot but it is important to know where we are coming from.
Episode 2: Professor Winnifred Louis is a professor of social psychology at the University of Queensland. She talks with us about how to recognise and effectively communicate with your children and partner during these extended hours with each other during lockdown restrictions.
Read her work on The Conversation.
Our first episode is here! We’re so excited to share it with you.
Dr Rebecca English is our first guest and she is an amazing woman who enlightened us about unschooling and homeschooling, as well as the different types of parenting and how to recognise them.
Listen below and click here to read all of her wonderful articles from The Conversation.