Vystopia With Vegan Psychologist Clare Mann #46
ABOUT THE EPISODE
Join Chris and Sara in one of Soul in Wonder’s best podcast episodes yet with special guest, Clare Mann, a vegan psychologist, best-selling author, and passionate animal rights advocate. In this thought-provoking episode, you’ll learn all about Clare’s journey into vegan professionalism, as well as the personal and social challenges vegans face living in a non-vegan world. We explore topics such as her newly coined term “vystopia,” ethics, existentialism, psychology, contribution, and more.
Clare Mann is an Australian-based vegan psychologist, best-selling author and passionate animal rights advocate. She consults with clients all over the world to help address the personal and social challenges of being vegan and living in a non-vegan world.
She runs public and in-house training programs in communication, team-building and ethical leadership and regularly appears on TV and in the press. She has authored and contributed to numerous books. Her latest book, Communicate: How to say what needs to be said, when it needs to be said, in the way it needs to be said, has international acclaim with foreword written by US presidential advisor Doug Wead. She is Editor in Chief of the digital business magazine Ethical Futures: Conversations that Matter, which champions initiatives that are profitable and successful, without abusing people, the environment or animals.
She is the co-founder of the Vegan Voices Smartphone App, a free 30-day video training with tools and techniques to respond to typical communication challenges faced by vegans as well as resources to support the information they share. She is co-contributor to the Sydney Vegan Club 30-Day Vegan Challenge, the books Plant Powered Women and Everyday Vegans and regular contributor to numerous vegan magazines. Her next book, Vystopia: The Anguish Vegans Face Living in a Non-Vegan World, will be out in early 2018. She provides face to face and online skills training to help vegans and animal advocates communicate more effectively and animal welfare organisations collaborate for increased effectiveness.