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Puka Up with Wayne Schwass

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Puka Up with Wayne Schwass
Puka Up with Wayne Schwass

Puka Up with Wayne Schwass

PodcastOne Australia

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20
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Wayne is a respected AFL and VFL legend playing 282 games with North Melbourne and the Sydney Swans Football Clubs. In 2006, he announced he had suffered depression for more than ten of his fourteen-year playing career and since his retirement in 2002 has become one of the country's leading mental health advocates culminating in the creation of his new social enterprise, PukaUp "Pukka" is a Hindi word which means authentic and genuine. Having authentic and genuine conversations about mental health and emotional well-being helps to normalise these types of conditions. In this series, Wayne talks to well-known people and leaders about their experience of mental health and emotional wellbeing issues or their work in their chosen field. Guests including former Prime Minister & chair of Beyond Blue Julia Gillard, Sydney Swans Coach John Longmire, Olympic Gold Medalist Libby Trickett, Host of the Bachelor Australia and Bachelorette; Osher Günsberg, Olympic Hurdle Finalist Kyle Vander Kuyp, Australian Diamonds Caitlin Thwaites, Australian of the Year Pat McGorry, Dally M Winner Preston Campbell, Former Richmond Coach Danny Frawley and Will McMahon & Woody Whitelaw from Hit92.9 Heidi, Will & Woody.

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Latest Episodes

Equine psychotherapy - Dean Mighell

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53 MINFEB 28
Comments
Equine psychotherapy - Dean Mighell

PTSD - Dr Peter Cotton

EThe impact of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is significant for many people living in our communities - especially people working in emergency services. Understanding what causes PTSD, the warning signs, the cumulative effect of...

23 MINFEB 21
Comments
PTSD - Dr Peter Cotton

Understanding stress – Dr Peter Cotton

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40 MINFEB 14
Comments
Understanding stress – Dr Peter Cotton

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Women's Health - Nat Kringoudis

Stress is a choice – Simon Davey

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44 MINJAN 31
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Stress is a choice – Simon Davey

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47 MINJAN 24
Comments
Gratitude, empathy and mindfulness

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45 MINJAN 16
Comments
Wellbeing and gut health – Simone Austin

Happiness - Dr Tim Sharp

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50 MINJAN 10
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Happiness - Dr Tim Sharp

Food and mood - Joel Feren

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33 MINJAN 3
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Food and mood - Joel Feren

Meditation - Tami Roos

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