(RE)FRAMED Podcast: S1:E5 – with Guest Chenai Mupotsa-Russell

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(RE)FRAMED Podcast: S1:E5 – with guest Chenai Mupotsa-Russell

Our conversation with Chenai Mupotsa-Russell (she/her) was a complete joy! Full of rich insights gained through lived experience meeting professional practice in the allied health space. We dive into intersectionality and challenges faced in a higher education setting. And, we talk a lot about rainbows!

Chenai is the founder and co-director of Rainbow Muse, a clinic based in Naarm (Melbourne) that offers neuroaffirming art therapy, psychology, child-centered play therapy, animal-assisted therapy and yoga in an inclusive environment that celebrates diversity. Through her work, Chenai works within an intersectional framework, with a social justice lens and she is currently studying her PhD.


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