Author Archives: Katie Mottram

#Emerging Proud through Trauma and Abuse aims to change the narrative on World Mental Health Day 2019

Our 4th Pocket Book of Hope in the KindaProud series is due for publication on the 10th Oct; it is our wish to change the conversations about human adversity such as trauma and abuse leading to ‘disorders’, but actually being … Continue reading

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A pioneering Accredited Diploma developed by the Spiritual Companions Trust

Sharing for our Spiritual Companion friends… Their pioneering Accredited Diploma Develop your spiritual literacy, deepen self care and connection, the emphasis is on person centred exploration held in a unique structure of teaching days and home groups Flyer Diploma in … Continue reading

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Arushka had to love her demons in order to learn that pain can be our biggest blessing, if we surrender to it

It’s not uncommon to hear the phrase “I’m dying” in psychiatric wards around the world, and when you look at it through the lens of spirtitual emergency, it’s not at all surprising. As Arushka so astutely says; sometimes we have … Continue reading

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WIN a pre-release personal copy of our 4th KindaProud Pocket Book #Emerging Proud through Trauma and Abuse

Just click on this link to enter – simple! WIN #Emerging Proud through Trauma and Abuse Pocket Book   Prefer to buy a copy and see your proceeds go towards gifting free copies to those in need? CLICK HERE TO … Continue reading

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Amy Woods emerges with her new venture; ‘Intuitively Nourished’

Remember our wonderful Rep for our Pocket Book; #Emerging Proud through Disordered Eating, Body Image and Low Self-Esteem, Amy? Amy has some news! She says I am so excited to share my new venture with you… Book your place! Email: Amy at … Continue reading

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Finding our mental wealth

So far, 64 KindaProud brave and inspiring voices have spoken out; voices that were once traumatised, disempowered, ostracised, oppressed, marginalised, belittled or mistreated have ‘spoken themselves into existence’ This is the power of story-sharing. This is the power of finding … Continue reading

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Do you want to help evolve a new holistic conceptual framework for mental health?

CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR PLACE Everyone in this community knows that we need a framework for our spiritual / transcendent / psychedelic experiences that is not pathological, but what is specifically needed in mental health services to support these … Continue reading

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