E-motion with Frazer Bailey

 In Anxiety, Depression, Health, Mental Health, Pain, PTSD, Stress

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Date: March 20, 2017

Episode Description for E-motion

After a health journey of his own, movie director Frazer Bailey set out to share the information he learned in his documentary “E-Motion”.  No matter the health problem, we cannot avoid being affected by our emotions, and sometimes they get stored in our bodies causing us physical symptoms.  In this interview, Dr. Risk and Frazer Bailey discuss what toxic emotions look like, and how you can process them.

 Dr. Risk’s Thoughts

There is not one of us that is not touched by an emotional experience, this is what makes us human.  The problem is when the emotions start to impede our health and we don’t know what to do!  In my own health journey, I had to approach the physical, which was debilitating Lyme, but I also had to approach the emotional.  Sometimes it’s just what has affected us while we are sick, but more often it is emotions that are tied in from our childhood, and part of being human.  What I love is that this movie shows more than one way to work on emotional pain, as with physical pain, each person has a different journey and needs something different than the next person to work through their “stuff”.

Guest Information

Frazer Bailey

Frazer Bailey was preordained to be a film Director. Born and raised at a multi-award winning production company, Frazer was soon working with Australia’s best editors at The Post Lounge, where he learnt the world of post production and for the next 5 years worked in the many facets of film production. Frazer managed everything from Australian TV commercials, to multi-million dollar US productions, as well as production managing The Crocodile Hunter phenomenon. In 2005 Frazer established his own production company to change the world – Play Pictures was born. Frazer directed a short film called Self Serve which came 2nd at the Italian Film Festival and went on to be selected in the Top 8 Tropfest Shortfilms of all time and screened at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. His follow-up shortfilm Glenn Owen Dodds won the prestigious Studio Canal Prize at the Clermont Ferrand Short Film Festival in Paris. On the back of this Frazer was signed to Hollywood Director Michael Bay’s branded entertainment prod co The Institute in the USA. In his spare time Frazer directs award winning television commercials and thought provoking documentaries.

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