Womankind

Nature faith

My journey into food growing was not one I could have predicted. I studied medicine and trained as a junior doctor specialising in psychiatry, which I practised for ten years. During this time, I also studied pastoral theology at a Jesuit College with a particular interest in ethics and the overlap between religion (in my case Christian) and psychiatry.

I reached a point in my life where neither were serving me well; events in my personal life meant

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