Topical discussion of issues related to mental health, the NHS and anything else where we think psychology can add something.
My Lawyer is a Real Terrier
Psychologist Liz Spruin talks about dogs as supporters of vulnerable people in the justice system. Read more on the show page on our blog https://blogs.canterbury.ac.uk/discursive/my-lawyer-is-a-real-terrier
Reflecting the variety of life
Some of our trainee clinical psychologists reflect on the experience of difference and what if means on the brink of qualification. Read more on the show page on our blog. https://blogs.canterbury.ac.uk/discursive/reflecting-the-variety-of-life
What is Psychosis?
Filmmaker John Richardson and Clinical Psychologist Anne Cooke on how we think about psychosis and schizophrenia. Read more on the show page on our blog. https://blogs.canterbury.ac.uk/discursive/podcast-what-is-psychosis/
What is Home?
With the UK (possibly) on the cusp of Brexit John, Laura and guests consider the meaning of home for people from the EU who have settled in Britain. Find out more on the show page on our blog. https://blogs.canterbury.ac.uk/discursive/podcast-what-is-home/
The Politics of Mental Health
This week the panel dive into the political jungle with help from two special guests. Read more on the show page https://blogs.canterbury.ac.uk/discursive/podcast-the-politics-of-mental-health.
Working so that people don't need us any more
John McGowan meets some trainee clinical psychologists who are just about to qualify. Read more on the show page on our blog. https://blogs.canterbury.ac.uk/discursive/working-so-that-people-dont-need-us-anymore/