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If you work in education, social care, criminal justice or health and you want to listen to conversations that make a difference, then this podcast is for you. In this podcast we're exploring better ways of working together, sharing emerging research that informs practice and deep diving into empathy, connection and vulnerability.

If you work in education, social care, criminal justice or health and you want to listen to conversations that make a difference, then this podcast is for you. In this podcast we're exploring better ways of working together, sharing emerging research that informs practice and deep diving into empathy, connection and vulnerability.
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United Kingdom

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If you work in education, social care, criminal justice or health and you want to listen to conversations that make a difference, then this podcast is for you. In this podcast we're exploring better ways of working together, sharing emerging research that informs practice and deep diving into empathy, connection and vulnerability.

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@_lisacherry

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English

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7775446313


Episodes

Episode Twenty Three 'Annie' on grooming, being in care and surviving safeguarding

9/6/2019
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What happens when your child is taken into care, removed from birth by the local authority that once has been your own 'corporate parent'? 'Annie' talks about the impact on her, her family and how this has spurred her on to relentlessly help others and support Social Workers in delivering the best practice.

Duration:00:36:02

Episode Twenty Two Stuart Guest on being a Head Teacher, Inclusion and Adoption

8/29/2019
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Stuart Guest, a Birmingham Head Teacher, shares how he came to develop and lead an attachment aware school carrying The Timpson Award, what adoption has taught him and why inclusion is the answer for ALL pupils.

Duration:00:32:17

Episode Twenty One Sue Saunders on Human Givens Therapy for Trauma

8/23/2019
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Sue Saunders joins the podcast from the Human Givens Centre in Dublin and talks about Human Givens as an effective therapy for trauma recovery and how it is not necessary to talk about the trauma, making it a gentle and safe approach. Sue shares some of the key areas of this therapeutic intervention.

Duration:00:35:40

Episode Twenty Mike Armiger on Suicide Prevention, Mental Health and Authenticity

8/15/2019
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Mike Armiger shares his work with athletes, education and with Mental Health professionals. Together we explore how best to support someone sharing their suicidal thoughts and not medicalising normal responses to distress.

Duration:00:41:20

Episode Nineteen Elly Chapple on Inclusion in education AND in our communities

8/12/2019
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Elly Chapple, facilitator of the hashtag #flipthenarrative explores how we can understand each other better and live better together as humans so that we can create more compassionate communities. Twitter: https://twitter.com/elly_chapple

Duration:00:33:27

Episode Eighteen Cath Knibbs on consent, child images and po*n*graphy

8/8/2019
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**Please have this screen watched by a friend if you think you may find the content of this interview triggering** Psychotherapist, Cyber Trauma Expert and PhD researcher talks about all the things that we simply don't like talking about and argues that not talking openly about consent, what can happen to child images online and the accessibility of p*rn*graphy, does little to safeguard our...

Duration:00:37:40

Episode Seventeen Kathy Evans CEO of Children England on Changing Policy

8/1/2019
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Kathy Evans on commissioning, policy work and the frustrations of campaigning for the importance of early intervention over the last 30 years. https://twitter.com/Kathy_CEO_CE https://www.childrenengland.org.uk/

Duration:00:36:14

Episode Sixteen Eavan Brady on her PhD, Education and Looked After Children

7/26/2019
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Eavan Brady on some of the findings from her PhD which focused on looked after children and educational outcomes across the life course and we ask what are the implications of emerging research?

Duration:00:34:49

Episode Thirteen Mark Goodwin on exclusions, reintegration and the importance of values.

7/24/2019
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Has 'zero tolerance' gone too far? Does it epitomise inflexibility and lack understanding about what developing children and young people really need to learn? Lisa is in conversation with Mark Goodwin exploring these questions while holding in mind the impact for the children who are affected by this ideology. Mark explains that he has learnt more in the last year than he did in the last 19 years!

Duration:00:37:34

Episode Fourteen Tracey Farrell on Social Work, Resilience, Trauma and Lived Experience

7/24/2019
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Social Worker Tracey asks has 'resilience' become too individualised? What are the implications of this for people who have experienced trauma and those working in the helping services? An intimate conversation looking at the dual status of 'lived experience' and 'professional' and how that plays out in 'relationship'.

Duration:00:37:39

Episode Fifteen Owen Bailey on gambling, addiction and recovery

7/24/2019
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In this week's podcast we ask is gambling the addiction that has been left behind? What does the road of recovery entail? And Owen speaks candidly about the trauma that preceded his experiences of addiction.

Duration:00:33:28

Episode Two Chrissy Kelly on exclusion, young people and impact

7/24/2019
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Chrissy Kelly speaks about her direct work with young people and talks about exclusion, creating safe schools and the impact of exclusion. Chrissy is on twitter: https://twitter.com/Chrissy_Kelly

Duration:00:21:56

Episode Three Part One Rachael Tomlinson on creating a relationship based school

7/24/2019
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Rachel shares her work as a Head Teacher in creating a school that has no Behaviour Policy but rather has a Relationship Management Policy. Having led this approach for 9 years at her school Barrowford in East Lancashire, Rachel takes us on this journey.

Duration:00:20:26

Episode Four Part Two Rachael Tomlinson on creating a relationship based school

7/24/2019
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Rachel shares her work as a Head Teacher in creating a school that has no Behaviour Policy but rather has a Relationship Management Policy. Having led this approach for 9 years at her school Barrowford in East Lancashire, Rachel takes us on this journey.

Duration:00:19:33

Episode Five Cath Knibbs on online harms and vulnerability

7/24/2019
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How do we protect our children from cyber harm? How do parents, teachers and carers stay up to date with what is happening online? Join me as I speak to Cath Knibbs about Cyber Trauma and how to better understand today's online world. You can find out more about Cath on: https://www.cybertrauma.com/

Duration:00:32:10

Episode Six Liz Gregory on how CAMHS can better meet the needs of children and young people

7/24/2019
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Liz Gregory, Joint Head of Psychological Services for Children and Families explores CAMHS through a lens of relationships and alternative approaches to medicalising 'growing up'. Learn more about Liz here: https://weneedtotalkaboutchildrensmentalhealth.wordpress.com/

Duration:00:30:54

Episode Seven David Gillen on his recovery journey from childhood trauma

7/24/2019
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David Gillen, a retired Social Worker on his lived experience and the Historical Abuse Enquiry Northern Ireland. One man's journey... Twitter: @DavidGillen12 Email: dgillen@btinternet.com

Duration:00:35:52

Episode Eight Ross Deuchar on Gang Membership disruption

7/24/2019
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In conversation with Criminologist Ross Deuchar whose shares his knowledge from his international work around gang violence. What has worked in Glasgow? What lessons can England learn? What does meditation and the Gangs of Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Denmark have to do with each other?

Duration:00:33:42

Episode Nine Sarah Dove on alternative provisions

7/24/2019
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In conversation with Sarah Dove, teacher and consultant for PRU's and Alternative Provision settings for nearly two decades. How can we create some flexibility in mainstream schools around behaviour and develop radical multi agency working that improves the education experience for those who need it most? https://www.phoenixeducationconsultan... https://twitter.com/PhoenixEdSarah

Duration:00:26:02

Episode Ten Jules Daulby on exclusion, inclusion and literacy

7/24/2019
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Jules Daulby, Inclusion and Literacy specialist explores the Timpson Review, punitive approaches to behaviour and the concern that inclusive schools are punished financially and in inspection categorisation. How do we square that round hole? Is it possible? https://julesdaulby.com/contact-me/ju... https://twitter.com/JulesDaulby

Duration:00:40:13