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Make Some Noise, with Karly Nimmo, is a podcast exploring all things creativity, self expression, feelings and mental wellbeing.

Make Some Noise, with Karly Nimmo, is a podcast exploring all things creativity, self expression, feelings and mental wellbeing.
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Australia

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Make Some Noise, with Karly Nimmo, is a podcast exploring all things creativity, self expression, feelings and mental wellbeing.

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English

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Travel as a way of knowing liking and trusting yourself with Jo Murphy

5/16/2019
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Today, on Make Some Noise we meet Jo Murphy, a freelance social media specialist and digital nomad. She is helping business owners to get more confident and creative on social media. In this episode of Make Some Noise, Karly and Jo talk about traveling and many other things. Jo shares her amazing stories from getting out of the abusive relationship to becoming a person that’s traveling around the world. 1:33 – A small introduction to Jo Murphy 5:08 – Jo talks about what was happening to...

Duration:01:02:48

Playing the role of you with Callie Brown

5/9/2019
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Meet Callie Brown, a Clarity Coach and soul stimulator. Callie supports women to connect, articulate and celebrate their core essence and nature. Awakening conscious choice, possibility and a heart inspired direction to open up an intentional daily life that feels deeply aligned and really good! In this episode of Make Some Noise, Karly and Callie talk about acting and creativity. They tell their stories as Callie shares with us her journey from actor to coach. 1:53 – A small introduction...

Duration:00:58:24

Perfectionism and podcasting as a form of expression and activism

5/2/2019
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Today, on Make Some Noise we meet Julie Neale, a podcaster and founder of Mother’s Quest. Julie honours both the meaning and the mess of life and parenthood and believes our children and youth challenge us to grow into our best selves. She is on a mission to live a truly E.P.I.C. life and, through her example, inspire her children to do the same. Her for-purpose and profit venture, Mother’s Quest, provides inspiration, coaching and community so that mothers, and those who work with young...

Duration:01:06:17

East meets West - Psychiatry and Higher Purpose

4/25/2019
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Meet Dr. Marianne van den Broek, a psychiatrist and coach who helps ambitious women achieve their goals by remembering who they truly are. Marianne spent 9 years working in academia as a researcher (PhD) and clinician (MD). Meanwhile, she had 2 children in 1 year. In this episode, Karly and Marianne share their stories as they talk about mental health. Marianne explains us what psychiatry is and talks about mental health from a psychiatrist perspective. 1:52 – A small introduction to...

Duration:00:57:50

Cultivating a healthy relationship to self with Nicole Gibson

4/18/2019
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Today, on Make Some Noise we meet Nicole Gibson, a multi-award winning social entrepreneur, but she prefers to see herself as an unstoppable messenger of love and human potential. Nicole's mission is to gain collective participation in conversations that offer new possibility and new vision; let’s turn up the love. Nicole is a fierce ambassador for mental health, innovation and connection after recovering from her own terrifying lived experience with anorexia nervosa through her teenage...

Duration:00:55:00

Speaking up, privilege and art as a form of activism with Shaun D'Souza

4/11/2019
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Today, on Make Some Noise, Karly chats with Shaun D'souza; an LGBTIQ+ artivist and youth worker. Shaun is a non-binary, bisexual, patriarchy smashing person of colour and migrant from India who has been thriving in Brisbane for the past two years. Their current projects include advocating against trans and gender diverse homelessness, creating accessible and safe spaces for people from minority groups for creative expression and exploration and occasionally getting a good night of...

Duration:00:48:02

Validation and rejection with Lisa Orkin

4/4/2019
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Meet Lisa Orkin, an award-winning comedy radio producer and filmmaker. In her role as Creative Director for the award-winning Radio Ranch, Lisa has over 15 years experience in copywriting, scripting, audio production and voice acting in both traditional and digital media. In this episode, Karly and Lisa share their stories about podcasting and creativity in general. They talk about rejection and the best way to deal with it, but they also share some interesting stories and opinions for...

Duration:00:53:42

Karine Bell - Culture and history and how it shapes our lived experience

3/28/2019
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Today, on Make Some Noise we meet Karine Bell, a Somatic Educator and Certified Mindfulness Instructor. She is also an anthropologist by training bringing culture and history to bear on an understanding of how a disconnection from the body has shaped our lived experience. In this episode, Karly and Karine talk about the role of creativity in communities. Karine shares with us her incredible story about her time in Black Baptist Church where she was doing a dance program. She inspires us...

Duration:00:59:59

Sanchia Marshall - Post Natal Depression and Art as Business

3/21/2019
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Meet Sanchia Marshall, a watercolour artist from Brisbane. After having children, Sanchia went through post-natal depression which led her to rekindle her love of drawing, and she rediscovered the joy of painting with acrylics and watercolours. In this episode, Karly and Sanchia talk about the way that art can help you when you experience depression. They chat about turning art into business and ways to deal with pressure. 3:56 – An introduction to Sanchia and role of creativity in her...

Duration:00:51:32

Birth Trauma Disconnection from your body and Dance

3/14/2019
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Today, on Make Some Noise we meet Sharon Pakir, a speaker, trainer, coach and facilitator. She is a director of The Trailblazer Tribe — a company that helps its clients achieve personal, professional, and business growth. In this episode, Sharon shares her incredible story with us. Sharon and Karly discuss trauma after an experience with death and huge medical trauma during the birth of her 2nd son and the way that art can help you overcome the worst periods in your life. 1:33 – An...

Duration:01:04:05

Embracing the Mighty Ugly in the Art of Creation

3/7/2019
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Today, on Make Some Noise, we meet Kim Werker, a writer and editor. She is the author of half a dozen crochet books and Make It Mighty Ugly, a guide to vanquishing creative demons. In this episode, Kim and Karly chat about the ways to realize that there are no rules in creativity other than those rules that you’ve set up for yourself. They talk about fear, expectations and the fact that art is anything that you create no matter what majority of people would think about it. 2:09 – An...

Duration:01:01:49

Engineer to Art Therapist with Lina Carvajal

2/28/2019
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Lina Carvajal is a professionally-certified Life Coach, Art Therapist and Counsellor. She has worked as an Engineer in Colombia before coming to Australia and begun her journey through art therapy. In this episode, Lina and Karly chat about making positive changes in life. Lina inspires us with her incredible story to get creativity back in our lives and accept ourselves as who we are instead of trying to fulfill all these unnecessary expectations. 2:18 - An introduction to Lina and her...

Duration:01:00:08

Death and dying and grief and joy and art with Bronwyn Ward

2/21/2019
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Meet Bronwyn Ward, a drawing and printmaking artist and arts and health practitioner. Bronwyn lived in England for thirteen years where she worked as both an artist and a palliative care therapist. And today's conversation explores the huge role that art can play in helping improve our death literacy. Karly and Bronwyn chat about everything from how to talk to those dealing with loss, to creating compassionate communities, to the importance of cultivating creativity in your life -...

Duration:00:45:35

Making sweet music from your trauma and grief with Shawn Madden

2/14/2019
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Meet Shawn Madden, a talented musician who brings the gift of song to his clients by collaboratively writing the song their heart is calling to have written. In this episode, Shawn and Karly talk about the role of music and community in our lives. Shawn inspires us to acknowledge and connect with our own voice and innate music. The value of music at a familial and community level is brought into the light and Shawn plays live two songs from his storytelling collaborations. 0:33 Meet Shawn...

Duration:00:49:33

Burn out, adrenal fatigue and exploring yourself through art with Bel Ryan

2/7/2019
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Today, on Make Some Noise, we meet Bel Ryan, an Art Therapist with a wealth of experience in supporting youth, cancer patients and patients in palliative care. Bel has a passion for providing innovative workplace wellbeing programs after witnessing burnout and vicarious trauma in her own work. Today’s discussion is an exploration of the connection between creativity and burnout, and the benefits of art therapy to access and process our internal world. 2:14 Bel shares her passion for art...

Duration:00:48:36

What is creative somatic experiencing - with Rachel Penn

1/31/2019
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After spending thousands on conventional therapy and hitting many road blocks in her own healing journey, Rachel Penn met an art therapist, who turned her life around in just two sessions. Rachel swore to herself that she would follow a similar path once she felt she had healed enough to be of service to others. 5 years later she began her journey into creative therapies. Rachel felt there was an important piece missing in her training: the incorporation of the body, the nervous system, a...

Duration:00:47:07

Kids, anxiety and art therapy and Mum's and creativity

1/24/2019
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Karly speaks with the wildly creative and intelligent Anna Kellerman – educational psychologist, registered art therapist and entrepreneur who is passionate about art, kids, sharing and disrupting mother guilt. The women explore the process and benefits of art therapy for children and inspire you to return to your creative heart to bring more joy into your life. 2:41 Anna shares how she came to specialise in art therapy and provides an outline of her work in this space. 6:48 The potential...

Duration:00:58:59

Wiggle It - Dance your way out of depression with Lilly Wang

1/17/2019
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Lilly Wang is a social entrepreneur and mental health advocate who has discovered the magic of moving her body to move her mental state. In this interview with Karly Nimmo, she shares her experiences with grief, depression and anxiety, and lays bare all the tools that have supported her. 2:03 Karly shares the public dancing that brought Lilly into her world and together they discuss the impact that ‘The Artist’s Way’ by Julia Cameron has had on them. 7:32 Lilly delves into her backstory...

Duration:00:55:28

Bonus Ep - More of the backstory

1/16/2019
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Karly brings you this bonus episode sharing more of her own personal journey through depression and anxiety and dives further into what brought her to open up these conversations around creativity and self expression. For Karly, her chosen vehicle for creative expression, is her voice. And this whole 'speaking up' adventure started where she drops in from today, the beach. To hear Karly's other podcast, Karlosophies, visit karlynimmo.com

Duration:00:20:38

Music expression as a tool for minimising sensory processing issues and anxiety

1/10/2019
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Allison Davies is a brain care specialist, Neurologic Music Therapist, educator, advocate, speaker, mum and wife. Today Allison chats with Karly about her lived experience of Autism Spectrum Disorder and Sensory Processing Disorder, and shares tips and tricks for reducing overwhelm and tools for managing anxiety. Allison was named a 2016 National AMP Tomorrow Maker for her contribution to creating a better tomorrow for Australian families. In 2018 Allison received third place in both the...

Duration:00:55:19