The Eric Ibey Podcast

#11 - Arielle London

April 23, 2020 Eric
The Eric Ibey Podcast
#11 - Arielle London
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The Eric Ibey Podcast
#11 - Arielle London
Apr 23, 2020
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Arielle London is a writer, singer and rapper from Montreal, Quebec. She is a human rights and mental health advocate with a love for freedom of expression.

Arielle created The Child-Centric Framework, a theory for the promotion of children’s rights, while completing a Master’s in Human Rights at the UCL School of Public Policy. Almost one decade later, Arielle London still promotes her theory but with now a greater understanding due to her own personal mental health experiences.

Arielle has been published on a variety of platforms including Global Grind, AskMen and HotNewHipHop. She is launching a new website, LondonMindFit.com, as a mental health initiative for people who are “going through it.”

I have heard Arielle's story before and it still brings a lot of emotion up for me. On the podcast, she discussed some difficult topics and shared stories about her personal experiences with mental health, PTSD, and relationship rape. I hope that other people who are "going through it" as Arielle says will find strength and hope in her words. I also hope that other people will learn something new so that they can help others who may be going through their own struggles.

Arielle's Social Handles
Twitter/Instagram: @ariellelondonma
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/ariellelondonma
Wordpress: ariellelondonma.wordpress.com

London Mind Fit
Twitter/Instagram: @londonmindfit
Website: londonmindfit.com

Books mentioned by Arielle in the podcast:
The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma
The Artist's Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity

Show Notes

Arielle London is a writer, singer and rapper from Montreal, Quebec. She is a human rights and mental health advocate with a love for freedom of expression.

Arielle created The Child-Centric Framework, a theory for the promotion of children’s rights, while completing a Master’s in Human Rights at the UCL School of Public Policy. Almost one decade later, Arielle London still promotes her theory but with now a greater understanding due to her own personal mental health experiences.

Arielle has been published on a variety of platforms including Global Grind, AskMen and HotNewHipHop. She is launching a new website, LondonMindFit.com, as a mental health initiative for people who are “going through it.”

I have heard Arielle's story before and it still brings a lot of emotion up for me. On the podcast, she discussed some difficult topics and shared stories about her personal experiences with mental health, PTSD, and relationship rape. I hope that other people who are "going through it" as Arielle says will find strength and hope in her words. I also hope that other people will learn something new so that they can help others who may be going through their own struggles.

Arielle's Social Handles
Twitter/Instagram: @ariellelondonma
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/ariellelondonma
Wordpress: ariellelondonma.wordpress.com

London Mind Fit
Twitter/Instagram: @londonmindfit
Website: londonmindfit.com

Books mentioned by Arielle in the podcast:
The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma
The Artist's Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity