Hearing the Horses’ voice investigates into the possibility that we as humans can connect and “heal” horses through Horse Healing and Communication and Horse Whispering. By speaking to Horse Healers and Communicators this project finds out more about what is involved in this practice. By interviewing horse owners who have tried these methods Faith in Horses seeks to find out the impact these therapies have had on their relationship with their horse.
An investigation into whether interacting with horses can help people emotionally, especially those who have suffered from trauma, through the use of audio. Jo Corfield believes that horses helped her cope with a severe eating disorder, whilst Shirani Situnayke discusses how she feels these creatures helped her through a battle with drugs and alcohol.
“Faith in Horses” is an investigation into the possible relationship between humans and horses. Looking into how we can communicate with these beings, through Horse Healing and Communication and Horse Whispering. Whilst, also exploring into the idea that horses can help people through emotional trauma, and improve a person’s wellbeing including those who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities.
Bake it Better focuses on mental health through the eyes of bakers. It is about how baking offers a spoonful of hope to people when they are in times of despair, but also aims to raise awareness, blitz stigma and get people to talk about mental health over a cup of tea and a warm freshly baked cake. […]
Buzz discusses some of the key elements in society causing depression in young people in Britain today.
A three minute special report by Tayla Woodard investigating the lack of support for young people with depression and the benefits of art therapy in combating the mental illness.
Buzz takes a look into an unusual form of alternative therapy for depression in a video of Caroline Carr’s laughter workshop.