Jodie Fleming is a native Victorian and passionate devotee of experiential living. She has danced salsa in Cuba and had many a siesta in España. She works as a clinical and health psychologist in a variety of settings and dedicates her free time to swimming in the ocean, following her nephews around to their various sporting endeavours, running with her beloved staffy Mortimer and watching foreign films.
Always on the lookout for ways to work more effectively, Jodie's first international wellness retreat, Conscious Living, in Bali, May 2019, was developed in conjunction with Mindful Tribes. ‘A Hole in My Genes’ is her first book.
Jodie Fleming is a Doctor of Clinical and Health Psychology and a Member of the Australian Psychological Society.
In 2010, exactly one month after the end of her marriage, a thirty-seven-year-old psychologist is diagnosed with two primary breast cancers. Determined to help herself, she develops her own toolkit to conquer cancer's psychological minefield of grief & loss, infertility, surgeries & survival.
Dr Jodie Fleming in The Standard
A psychologist to oncology patients, Warrnambool’s Jodie Fleming had helped dozens of patients with their cancer ... read more