Phenomenal: Ender Başkan

Phenomenal: Ender Başkan

I Am Ready Psychology: Phenomenal

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I’m Trisna, a psychologist with an interest in the wellbeing and fulfilment of artists, performers, creatives and all those who follow their passions. Phenomenal is a podcast about walking in the shoes of some exceptional people who have paved their own way in life. In this podcast, I hope to not only introduce these phenomenal people, but also give an opportunity to understand them phenomenologically – by hearing their lived experience. For more information: www.iamreadypsychology.com/podcast/ In this episode of Phenomenal I speak to Ender Başkan – a first generation Australian of Turkish parents, who, among many other things, writes about his travels and discovery of his Turkish roots. We speak about feeling a stranger and yet a longing for both his place of birth and of his ancestry, identifying as a writer, becoming a parent, the personal and therapeutic process of writing and the place of arts and culture in the world. [some strong language] Recorded and edited by Alisha Brooks at Global Music Studio
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I’m Trisna, a psychologist with an interest in the wellbeing and fulfilment of artists, performers, creatives and all those who follow their passions. Phenomenal is a podcast about walking in the shoes of some exceptional people who have paved their own way in life. In this podcast, I hope to not only introduce these phenomenal people, but also give an opportunity to understand them phenomenologically – by hearing their lived experience. For more information: www.iamreadypsychology.com/podcast/ In this episode of Phenomenal I speak to Ender Başkan – a first generation Australian of Turkish parents, who, among many other things, writes about his travels and discovery of his Turkish roots. We speak about feeling a stranger and yet a longing for both his place of birth and of his ancestry, identifying as a writer, becoming a parent, the personal and therapeutic process of writing and the place of arts and culture in the world. [some strong language] Recorded and edited by Alisha Brooks at Global Music Studio
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