Making waves on radio

Listen to Paula Konetjl and Hayden Miller, The Morning Crew on Geelong BayFM 93.9, interview June about eating disorders and the important messages in My Kid Is Back and A Girl Called Tim.

Geelong 93.9BayFM — Making waves in the fight against eating disorders

Genevieve Jacobs on 666 ABC Canberra in discussion with June Alexander about A Girl Called Tim:


The ‘bush telegraph’ is historically a most effective way of getting information out to all corners of Australia, and overseas too.  Listen to Michael Mackenzie interview June Alexander about her memoir, A Girl Called Tim .

Going Home

Listen to June talk about her life on the farm and and steps taken to survive anorexia and bulimia at a time when ‘these things just weren’t talked about’. The interview is with Cath McAloon, at the ABC Gippsland Sale studio.

About June Alexander

I have written nine books about eating disorders since my recovery (my “reconnection with true self”) from anorexia nervosa and other long term mental health challenges in 2006. In 2017, I graduated as a Doctor of Philosophy (Creative Writing). My contribution to the eating disorder field was recognised at the 2016 Academy for Eating Disorders International Conference in San Francisco where I was awarded the Meehan/Hartley Award for Public Service and Advocacy. I am currently a co-chair of the NEDC Steering Committee Evidence of Experience Group, a foundation steering committee member of the annual World Eating Disorders Action Day, and an Advisory Panel member for F.E.A.S.T.

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