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A Spoon Full of Theory

By Ben Gaskell & Jeni Nelson

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Description

A podcast sharing facts, theories and stories about wellness and mental health. Every first Monday of the month Ben and Jeni invite friends and colleagues to chat about what they’ve found interesting from the past, present and future of ‘wellness’. Share your facts, feedback (keep it clean) and support on twitter @ASpoonFull_ . Special thanks to Becca Gaskell (@becca_gaskell) for editing our podcast. Theme music: Mid-Air Machine - 'Streets of Sant'Ivo {107 & 4/4}' - under CC BY-SA 4.0. Available on freemusicarchive.org. Images: Unsplash.com, Logo and Design: Molakoe.com Disclaimer: This podcast should not be used in place of the support and care of an appropriately qualified health professional.

Customer Reviews

Funny and informed

A warm friendly conversation between two mental health professionals Ben and Jeni who are joined by a guest. Each person brings in a fact or talking point for the others to discuss and react to. It brings you up to date with current views on wellness and mental health without the NHS waiting list or having to wade through a weighty tome.

Ben & Jeni (not to be confused by the ice cream)

This is a lighthearted and heavywisdomed podcast. Talking about topics surrounding mental health and well-being - Listening to this will love you feeling inspired, positive and educated!

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