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[EN🇬🇧] Jillian Brown - Camp My Way - From being diagnosed with PTSD to leading world first expeditions

May 18, 2021 Jillian Brown Season 1 Episode 32
[EN🇬🇧] Jillian Brown - Camp My Way - From being diagnosed with PTSD to leading world first expeditions
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[EN🇬🇧] Jillian Brown - Camp My Way - From being diagnosed with PTSD to leading world first expeditions
May 18, 2021 Season 1 Episode 32
Jillian Brown

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Jillian Brown is a Canadian 🇨🇦 photographer, adventurer, writer as well as CEO and lead-guide for a non-profit organisation called Camp My Way, offering wilderness well-being program for people affected by PTSD.

The story of Jillian is nothing short of remarkable. After 5 years of an abusive relationship, she ends up homeless and living in a tent for 7 months. At some point there is a word coming out of her counselling session: Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. Jillian will find by herself, and with the help of her dog and a mysterious squirrel, the path to healing. It is in the outdoor that she is able to reconnect with herself and meet people who will give her the feeling of being seen. Her natural determination and resilience will quickly result in her jumping in a crazy challenge: paddling down the Colorado river in a tandem sea kayak, a first!

In this great conversation, Jillian walks us through her journey, how she learned that people are capable of more than they imagine, and how she is now using that knowledge gained from experiences to help veterans, first responders or youths with PTSD to "save their own lives".

🔎 If you want to find out more about the world first Jillian realised on the Colorado river, read here. Jillian also mentioned her 150 days kayak expedition across the USA with paddler Martin Trahan.

You can follow Jillian here ⬇️
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Jillian Brown is a Canadian 🇨🇦 photographer, adventurer, writer as well as CEO and lead-guide for a non-profit organisation called Camp My Way, offering wilderness well-being program for people affected by PTSD.

The story of Jillian is nothing short of remarkable. After 5 years of an abusive relationship, she ends up homeless and living in a tent for 7 months. At some point there is a word coming out of her counselling session: Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. Jillian will find by herself, and with the help of her dog and a mysterious squirrel, the path to healing. It is in the outdoor that she is able to reconnect with herself and meet people who will give her the feeling of being seen. Her natural determination and resilience will quickly result in her jumping in a crazy challenge: paddling down the Colorado river in a tandem sea kayak, a first!

In this great conversation, Jillian walks us through her journey, how she learned that people are capable of more than they imagine, and how she is now using that knowledge gained from experiences to help veterans, first responders or youths with PTSD to "save their own lives".

🔎 If you want to find out more about the world first Jillian realised on the Colorado river, read here. Jillian also mentioned her 150 days kayak expedition across the USA with paddler Martin Trahan.

You can follow Jillian here ⬇️
👍 Facebook
💼 LinkedIn
📸 Instagram

Découvrez OpenRunner : L'outil idéal pour tracer, suivre et enregistrer vos parcours !

🎁 CODE PROMO OPENRUNNER : FRAP20 (ici)

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