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An audio project

This audio project is part of Mariposa Trails a project dedicated to Well-being, Social Health, diverse voices of lived experiences in Mental Health and stories of resilience during challenges in Life, including emigration

What is Resilience? In simple terms, it is the way in which we all respond to adversity or challenges in our lives. How we respond to these situations including traumatic events and overcome these through positive transformation.


This audio project, due to its intercultural nature, has content in English and Spanish. Certain interviews are conducted in both English and Spanish.

Image by Emiel Molenaar


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Suicidologist Director of SENTIDO Peru

Catalina: Parte Uno
00:00 / 08:12

It invites us to understand the experience of living with psychosis and bipolarity

Catalina: Parte Dos
00:00 / 09:03

Naming a mental disorder and living in a new country

Catalina: Videos y Sitio

Naming a mental disorder and living in a new country

  • YouTube
00:00 / 14:18

Music and acceptance as therapies


Fabián, well-known and prominent jazz percussionist. Click to listen to Chaltu Mai.

00:00 / 10:44

He shares his experience of emigration, mixed marriage and adaptation

Historia Anónima
00:00 / 06:42

We thank Alicia for reading this story

00:00 / 18:45

Stay positive during challenges and be supportive to others. 


Jorge is a talented musician who performs with various bands in Adelaide. Follow him on Instagram 

  • Instagram
00:00 / 05:17

CEO Mates in Construction QLD, Translated into Spanish by Felix

00:00 / 11:33

International student, how to face daily challenges, creates a blog to maintain contact with his parents

Juanguro's Blog

Maria Cortés
00:00 / 08:18

María is a Colombian immigrant, family mother, student and volunteer with (HWASA) the Spanish Speaking Women's Association. In this interview María shares some challenges and values that have helped her face the immigration stage in her life.


00:00 / 10:01

Catalina talks about her experience living with a mental illness.

Donatella Amos
00:00 / 09:55

Donatella Amos, Executive Officer of Northern Volunteering SA, shares her experiences of growing up between cultures and how volunteering created a significant change and purpose in her life. 

Donatella Amos, CEO of Northern Volunteering SA, shares her experience of growing up among different cultures and how volunteering has created significant changes in her life and given her purpose. 

00:00 / 06:01

Jorgen CEO of Mates in Construction QLD & NT shares his lived experience and journey from a plumber to a Suicidologist and the suicide prevention strategy created within the Construction industry to address suicide and a culture of looking out for others.

00:00 / 07:24

Kirk Jones shares his experience of migration and how well-being and social health have had significant influence on his life.

00:00 / 03:13

Nicolette an active member of Everyday life matters Salisbury Suicide Prevention network, taps into her creative side, during Covid 19 she developed a new hobby making key rings and continues to pass on the message about speaking up when you need help. 


Nicolette is a young man who participates with the Salisbury prevention network. During Covid, Nicolette discovered a hobby in making handmade keychains. Nicolette shares a message that it is okay to seek help and let others know when you are not feeling well. 

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Tanya residential youth support worker talks about her experience as a carer and what wellbeing means for her.

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