Lee Trew is a psychotherapist, counsellor and rewilding facilitator who is passionate about cultural repair and healthy relationships. He founded Bluegum Bushcraft, which offered the first village-based rewilding family camps in Australia, and co-founded Wild Heart which offers immersive, deep-rewilding programs so other people can experience a different way of being human. Lee has been a bushcraft consultant for Willem Dafoe in The Hunter and successfully completed Discovery Channel’s 21-day Naked and Afraid survival challenge. But these days he is mostly focused on psychotherapy, especially grief and relationship counselling. He is passionate about creating healthy cultures in our families and communities, and training psychotherapists and counsellors via Connection Culture. Lee lives on the east coast of Australia with his wild wife and their two wild daughters.