Media Coverage

10 Nov 2021

Finding people on different places in their journeys

Watch Heartlines CEO Dr Garth Japhet in conversation with author and psychologist Dr Melanie Katzman about the Heartlines story, how story helps us engage with people, and how story is fundamental to our existence as humans.

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01 Oct 2021|Templeton Religion Trust

Story is building bridges

Heartlines donor, the Templeton Religion Trust, recently profiled our What's Your Story? project on its platform.

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18 May 2021|Daily Maverick

World of despair: Living with ‘stuffed head syndrome’

Heartlines CEO Dr Garth Japhet reflects on the reality of dealing with mental health, part of which he explores in his new book Like Water is for Fish.

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09 May 2021|The Weekend Breakfast - 702

The fuel of imagination in our life stories

Listen to Refiloe Mpakanyane's interview on the 702 Weekend Breakfast with Heartlines CEO Dr Garth Japhet about his book Like Water is for Fish.

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22 Mar 2021|Daily Maverick

The hope of story in difficult times

Ufrieda Ho reflects on Heartlines CEO Dr Garth Japhet's conversation with Mark Heywood from Daily Maverick about his new book and why sharing our stories matters.

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05 Mar 2021|SABC News

It's one thing to have a dream, it's another to see it happen

In an interview with Nastassia Arendse on SABC's Books On Point, Dr Garth Japhet gives a glimpse into the ways his new book Like Water is for Fish celebrates, explores and encourages the power of story.

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05 Mar 2021

To awaken us all to the power of our own stories

In an interview on SABC's Morning Live show about his new book, Heartlines CEO Dr Garth Japhet reflects on the purpose and power of story.

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05 Mar 2021|The Midday Report - 702

'A book full of stories, written in an easy and beautiful way...'

Listen to Mandy Weiner's interview on the 702 Midday Report with Heartlines CEO and author of the newly released Like Water is for Fish, Dr Garth Japhet.

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05 Mar 2021|Daily Maverick

‘Tell me your story, then I’ll tell you mine’: Building bridges with empathy

A storytelling programme based on three simple steps is building connections between people who do not know each other, and addressing racial and social divides by breaking down the barriers that result in discrimination, prejudice and hatred.

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