From illegal living to citizenship and thriving; your host shares her wild journey as a life-long immigrant, a dark family history and how to overcome adversity. Each week we share a story, explore philosophical and scientific insights that can illuminate our path, and interview guests with their own fascinating immigrant journeys, getting to know what’s cool weird and mental about each other’s cultures showing that we’re all a little messed up but we’re all pretty similar too.
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Tatiana who is living in Ireland for 3 years and has turned her passion for dance into self-healing by using it to promote self-esteem and women’s empowerment. Tatiana is currently focused on her studies in dispute resolution and works in the hospitality industry which is often a challenge when studying full time. We discuss all on today's episode.
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This Episode we chat with the prolific creator and editor of Crakd Magazine Siobhan Scanlon about making your passion your work, getting past mental blocks, our mutual passion for making our mental health a positive topic of discussion and much more 🎤🎧😊 #theimmigrantsjourneypodcast #crakdmagazine
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From a career in accounting to film-maker, photographer, actress, host, web designer, and writer. Aline is a true inspiration to anyone who has ever said, I hate my job, how do I go about pursuing my dreams? You can find more about Aline on Facebook
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Through struggles and learning that the story he was told about America through films and media wasn’t the full story at all. Join us for this enlightening conversation. You can find more on Raphael and his podcast at https://www.facebook.com/WhiteLabelAmericanPod/ and listen to the podcast on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/3SQ4NxW6abjau2fc8nmMIi
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In this episode, we chat with the lovely Marco Dias as he shares his journey from a small town in Brazil to one of Ireland's top stylists. We discuss how his studio survived the economic crash of 2008, finding self-acceptance and building an award-winning studio with colleagues who love to bring out the beauty and style in all their clients. You can find more out about Marco by visiting http://www.thestudio.ie/ or see his work at https://www.instagram.com/thestudioie/
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This week we talk to Chiara Viale, Italian writer, director and filmmaker who moved to Ireland in 2015, to pursue screen-writing. She shares her journey from a small town in Italy to find her path in a creative world and all the trials and turns it took to get there. Her new film "The New Music" will be released this Saturday, October 12th at Gate Cinema Cork City. You can follow Chiara and her work @ https://www.facebook.com/chia.viale and check out the film's Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/thenewmusicfeature/
In this brilliant chat with Psychotherapist Lorraine Hackett we discuss therapy from the Irish perspective, why bother with therapy if you don’t feel you have a mental illness, what’s the potential benefit ,the traps we fall into as men and women and how a deeper self-awareness can help you develop a more rich fulfilling life. Side note: I quite enjoyed how we used the word logic as a verb throughout the conversation #wordplayisfun
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This episode we share Krystian Fikert's story, Polish national who came to Ireland and created an award winning social enterprise in mental healthcare called MyMind. We discuss the long difficult road from coming to Ireland without having his qualifications in psychology recognised to turning his hand at any work to finally realising his vision for better, more accessible mental healthcare services in our Republic. It's a triumphant story of perseverance, vision and not giving up when the path inevitably gets tricky.
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It's interesting to see what people who do well have in common but it's also useful to explore what puts barriers between us and being the version of ourselves that we want to be. For my life growing up unacknowledged mental health problems is something that carried to my adult years. I'll discuss this and more in this solo cast.
For further reading on personality disorders: https://www.psi.uba.ar/academica/carrerasdegrado/psicologia/sitios_catedras/practicas_profesionales/820_clinica_tr_personalidad_psicosis/material/dsm.pdf
see this article https://login.dcu.idm.oclc.org/login?qurl=https://www.tandfonline.com%2fdoi%2ffull%2f10.1080%2f15332980802072447 for an approach to helping immigrants with mental health concerns.
Also Forbes Article on mental health attitudes in developing countries https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidebanis/2019/01/24/mental-illness-is-the-most-neglected-health-problem-in-the-developing-world/?fbclid=IwAR0Iui9ag5_4BgYwwyOfO9JlHVG0-x0Ov4JssDLypOddQd-UInMmuI2KLGs#3b49ea0a1db4
This week we talk to Swavek Moskwa who moved to the UK from Poland. We talk practical struggles to difficulties in being a parent today in a fast paced environment, being yourself and finding acceptance, opportunity and the importance of having a vision. You can find Swavek’s podcast here https://anchor.fm/swavek-realcars/episodes/Automotive-Photography-with-Francisco-Rua-e4rgd5 You can follow him also on Intragram @ https://www.instagram.com/realcarstv/ and like his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/realcarstv/
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This week I talk to Cesar Sugita, Brazilian-Japanese immigrant to Ireland. Came here with no language at the start of the recession and is today senior Ops Manager in one of Ireland's most impressive social enterprises; MyMind Mental Health centre, an affordable, diverse and multilingual psychotherapeutic centre. We talk discuss his experience, mental health and much more. You can find MyMind's centres and online services at https://mymind.org/ Like us on FB https://www.facebook.com/theimmigrantsjounrey/ and subscribe to the podcast, and leave us a review on iTunes :) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-immigrants-journey/id1472760457?ign-mpt=uo%3D4
Join this week as we chat with Francisco Rua: Photographer, aspiring entrepreneur, coach and motivational speaker. We discuss his journey being the son of a naval officer, taking charge of his own destiny as he's moved from Portugal to France and finally his current home in the UK. You can find Francisco's stunning car photography at https://www.franciscorua.com and follow him in Twitter at https://twitter.com/fruaphoto Like the Immigrant's Journey podcast at https://www.facebook.com/theimmigrantsjounrey/?ref=br_rs and SHARE your favourite epsiodes.
Today we talk to the delightful Ilse co-founder and editor of M.E.A.L. music entertainment and lifestyle has come to Ireland and found her entrepreneurial spirit. We chat travel, perseverance, dating and much more. Join us for another peak at an Immigrant's journey.
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In this episode we talk about integrating cultures when traditions clash, finding the similarities that join us together and creating your own hybrid culture and spirituality.
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