S2 Episode 41: Joanna Lilley talks about Yukon Words a new society focused on Yukon word artists
Writing the Coast: BC and Yukon Book Prizes Podcast
ABOUT THIS EPISODE:In this episode, host Megan Cole talks to Joanna Lilley, a Yukon author and board member of the society Yukon Words. In their conversation Joanna talks about why the society started and what some of their goals are. Joanna also talks about how Yukon inspires her writing.ABOUT JOANNA LILLEY:Joanna Lilley's fifth book and third poetry collection, Endlings, was published by Turnstone Press in March 2020. She's also the author of a novel, Worry Stones (Ronsdale Press), which was longlisted for the Caledonia Novel Award, and a short story collection, The Birthday Books (Hagios Press). Joanna's other poetry collections are If There Were Roads (Turnstone Press), and The Fleece Era (Brick Books) which was nominated for the Fred Cogswell Award for Excellence in Poetry. Joanna has an MLitt degree in creative writing from the Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde and is a Humber School for Writers graduate. She has diplomas in journalism and plain language editing and has worked in public sector communications for well over 20 years. Joanna is on the board of the Yukon Words society and is the Yukon representative for the Federation of British Columbia Writers. Born in the south of England, Joanna lived in Wales and Scotland before moving to Canada. She now lives in Whitehorse, Yukon, where she's grateful to reside on the Traditional Territories of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation and the Ta'an Kwäch'än Council.ABOUT MEGAN COLE:Megan Cole the Director of Audience Development for the BC and Yukon Book Prizes. She is also a writer based in Powell River, British Columbia. She also works at the Powell River Public Library as the teen services coordinator where she gets to combine her love for books and writing with a love for her community. Megan has worked as a freelance journalist and is working on a memoir which tackles themes of gender and mental health. Find out more about Megan at megancolewriter.comABOUT THE PODCAST:Writing the Coast is recorded and produced on the traditional territory of the Tla'amin Nation. As a settler on these lands, Megan Cole finds opportunities to learn and listen to the stories from those whose land was stolen.Writing the Coast is a recorded series of conversations, readings, and insights into the work of the writers, illustrators, and creators whose books are nominated for the annual BC and Yukon Book Prizes. We'll also check in on people in the writing community who are supporting books, writers and readers every day. The podcast is produced and hosted by Megan Cole.
When Your College Student Is Struggling with Joanna Lilley
High School Hamster Wheel
In this episode, I am welcoming Joanna Lilley back to the show. If you are a loyal listener you might remember Joanna from episode 33, titled Transitioning from Parent to Partner. If you missed that episode, I highly recommend checking it out as it is packed full of great information to help parents to transition to a new dynamic as teens and young adults move on after high school. Today, Joanna and I talk about what to do when your college student returns home, and I’m not talking about after graduation. They might be leaving college for academic reasons, mental health reasons or something else, but no matter the reason, there are important steps that parents can take to help their kids get back on track. During our conversation Joanna provides helpful tips on how to set healthy boundaries with your young adult children, why a plan and a timeline are critical for success and where to find alternatives to college that are the right fit for your young adult. As always, Joanna is a wealth of information and resources. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, we interview Joanna Lilley, a Treatment Placement and Therapeutic Gap Year Consultant, who helps young adults and their families during the important transition time into adulthood. In our discussion we cover what you can't overlook when considering the transition to college or independence, what to expect for a timeline, and things to consider in your planning. We also talk about the various options out there that may be more effective than struggling to follow the typical traditional college plan and timeline. No matter the age of your neurodiverse son or daughter, this episode will help you better prepare for the important adult transition stage. Get full show notes and more information here: https://JasonDebbie.com/6
How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others with Joanna Lilley
Do you struggle with comparing yourself to others? It can be really challenging, but it is absolutely possible to find ways to celebrate the wins of your friends while honoring your own. One of the top ways to get off the comparison train is to start defining your own success instead of allowing your parents, friends, or society to define it for you. Success comes in many shapes and sizes. In this episode, therapeutic educational consultant, Joanna Lilley shares strategies to help you free yourself from comparison by learning to define success on your terms. What You’ll Learn: Why success is subjective How to define your own success How to stay grounded when you experience setbacks and challenges Resources to help you define your own success This episode is for anyone who’s ready to stop comparing yourself to others and start defining success on your own terms. Links and Resources: www.lilleyconsulting.com Success is Subjective Podcast https://www.facebook.com/LilleyConsultingLLC/ https://www.instagram.com/lilleyconsulting/
This month we welcome Joanna Lilley of Lilley Consulting. Joanna is a millennial herself who created a business to help Millennials and GenZ'ers find mental health and addiction treatment programs. In our conversation we discuss Joanna's transition from working in higher education to entrepreneurship. We discuss the process of navigating fear, finding your passion, and ultimately building the confidence to follow the path of what feels 'right' for you. You won't want to miss this.- - -Connect with Joanna: https://www.instagram.com/lilleyconsulting/- - -Check out the blog: www.lifestylebydesignstudio.com/blog/Follow me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/lifestylebydesignstudioFollow me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/lifestylebydesignstudio
What happens when our college aged children struggle. What do they need? Where do they go? Real talk with Joanna Lilley, Therapeutic Educational Consultant.
Juggling the Chaos of Recovery
Joanna Lilley joins us today and she shares who she helps the college students who find themselves struggling and need to step back from school. But what is that next best step or what do they need or what should they do. Joanna is a wealth of information about this subject and helps so many. Joanna Lilley, MA, NCC, is a Therapeutic Educational Consultant, Gap Year Consultant and College success coach. She specializes in helping young adults and their famili8es during the most importannt time in adulthood. Proactively supporting young adults with a mental health or addiction history who are launching into the collegiate world, or reactively providing support when the young adult launced and unravels. regarless of the transition timelime, Lilley Consulting can step in to provide resource and guidance. She mentioned so many good nuggets. You can find her at her website here at Lilley Consulting The Books mentioned are The Campus Cure by Dr. Marsha Morris, MD, A Parents guide to Mental Health and Wellness for the College Student. How to Raise an Adult: by Julie Lythcott-Haims --------------- Find me at Moyra Gorski on FB Visit my Website Gorski Wellness for some gifts about setting healthy boundaries and a free Health Assessment. It’s never too late to start taking care of yourself and reclaiming your health. Join the Podcast Tribe over on Facebook. Juggling the Chaos of Recovery Podcast Tribe Interested in Shaklee products? Learn more and purchase here! Over on Instagram as Green Gorski On Linked IN : Moyra Gorski If you have a story to share or would l like to schedule a 30 minute consultation, contact me at email@example.com or a DM on Instagram.
Transitioning From Parent to Partner with Joanna Lilley
High School Hamster Wheel
I am thrilled to welcome Joanna Lilley to the podcast this week. Joanna is a Therapeutic Consultant, Gap Year Consultant, and College Success Coach. During our conversation, Joanna shares helpful advice for parents of teens to help us transition from parent to partner. As our teens make their way through high school and out into the world, we as parents need to learn how to empower our kids to be responsible and accountable for their own future. For those teens headed to college this fall, Joanna provides excellent suggestions for helping our kids normalize their feelings amidst all the uncertainty. Joanna also shares valuable insight about helping your teen figure out if they are ready to start college in the fall, and if not, what other options they might consider.Be sure to visit the show notes page for all relevant links and resources.Subscribe today so you don't miss a single episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#33 - Joanna Lilley - The Young Adult College Experience and Common Mistakes Made In the Process
In The Trenches Podcast
Joanna is a millennial educational consultant. Due to her vast experience at two major universities as a college retention specialist, she has unique and helpful insight into the college experience and what's going on right now with young people. She's a firecracker and shares her passion on her own blog and website (below). I hope you all enjoy this conversation as much as I did. https://firstname.lastname@example.org@purelifeadventure.comwww.purelifeadventure.com
Episode 45: Joanna Lilley, Founder of Lilley Consulting
Stories from the Field: Demystifying Wilderness Therapy
Joanna Lilley is the founder of Lilley Consulting, which is a therapeutic consulting practice that specializes in helping young adults (ages 17 plus) and their families. Joanna's journey into the field started as a young person when she would accompany her father to his work at a group home for adolescent boys. Her father would take the boys camping, which inspired Joanna. After college Joanna interned at SOAR and then was a field guide at True North Wilderness and then at the Wilderness School in Connecticut. She would go onto work at two Universities where she was an academic coach for students on academic probation. From these experiences, she was inspired to start her consulting practice. As a field guide, Joanna learned how to "work with those who are not self-motivated" and encourages young people interested in wilderness therapy to start as a field guide.
Beauty-of fauna, flora and most of all-place is part of everything she writes, says Joanna Lilley. The author of a short story collection and two books of poetry, Lilly grew up in the UK and lives in Whitehorse Yukon, Her first novel, Worry Stones, published in late 2018, is set in in Canada, Britain and the Scottish highlands. And as she tells Active Voice pocast host Katie Bausler, the places she has lived are as relevant to her writing as the people who raised her and the times in which they lived.