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Former Brisbane radio host Louise Poole opens up about her struggle with depression

Brisbane has been missing her voice for 18 months now, but Louise Poole’s raw new podcast series, Reframe Of Mind, has made No 7 on the Australian Mental Health podcast charts after only six episodes.

She says: “I really felt like I needed a change after leaving Brisbane’s 973, but radio has been running thick and fast through my veins since I was 14. Like it or not, it was a prominent part of my identity.”

Louise has made a lot of changes in her life during the pandemic, not the least of which has been starting a new business, Welcome Change Media, with an interesting twist: she logs in to work with her business partner every day, but they work from separate cities.

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