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Lee Trew is a qualified psychotherapist who teaches wilderness survival skills for therapeutic purposes and acts as a bushcraft consultant for film productions.

After training as a psychotherapist, Lee studied indigenous survival skills and spent a year in the bush, finding shelter, water and food in the landscape. Now he brings psychology and bushcraft together for ’re-wilding’ – helping people of all ages to reawaken their wildness and deepen their connection with the natural world. Recently, Lee presented a seminar on re-wilding at the Ultimate Health Event in Sydney, and was the ‘bushcraft and trapping consultant’ for the recent Australian film The Hunter, starring Willem Dafoe. He lives with his wife and daughter in Jervis Bay.

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