15 episodes

Welcome to the Making Recovery Real podcast with the Scottish Recovery Network and friends. Stay tuned for insights, ideas, and stories to help you make mental health recovery real where you are.

All recordings are copyright of Scottish Recovery Network. They are released under a Creative Commons licence which means they may be be copied and re-used for non-commercial purposes. Intro and outro music is Carefree Day by AleXZavesa.

Making Recovery Real Scottish Recovery Network

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Welcome to the Making Recovery Real podcast with the Scottish Recovery Network and friends. Stay tuned for insights, ideas, and stories to help you make mental health recovery real where you are.

All recordings are copyright of Scottish Recovery Network. They are released under a Creative Commons licence which means they may be be copied and re-used for non-commercial purposes. Intro and outro music is Carefree Day by AleXZavesa.

    Peer Chat With Callum Ross: An international perspective

    Peer Chat With Callum Ross: An international perspective

    A new conversation series from Scottish Recovery Network. With a different guest each episode these podcasts bring you insights, ideas and inspiration from people using their lived experience to support others and develop peer approaches.

    Chatting to Scottish Recovery Network’s Lesley Smith, our guest for episode three of  Peer Chat With is Callum Ross. Callum is a Habitus Collective partner and International Peer Leadership facilitator. Tune in as they explore the peer support movement as a broad tent with shared core values. Find out why Callum is so passionate about peer support and discover why he advocates for a strong foundation for developing approaches and peer leadership opportunities.

    A transcript of this podcast is available on the Scottish Recovery Network website 

    This podcast is also available in film version with BSL interpretation and subtitles on our YouTube channel 

    Peer Chat With Callum Ross was recorded at the What makes peer support unique? online discussion event.

    • 20 min
    Peer Chat With Lisa Archibald: The power of being 'with'

    Peer Chat With Lisa Archibald: The power of being 'with'

    A new conversation series from Scottish Recovery Network. With a different guest each episode these podcasts bring you insights, ideas and inspiration from people using their lived experience to support others and develop peer approaches.

    Don't lose sight of peer support as a social movement.

    This is just one of the takeaways from episode 2 of our new Peer Chat podcast. Tune in as Scottish Recovery Network's Lesley chats with Intentional Peer Support Coordinator/ Trainer Lisa Archibald about peer support and The power of 'being with'.

    Podcast transcript 

    This podcast is also available in film version with BSL interpretation and subtitles on our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/ScottishRecoveryNetwork

    Peer Chat With Lisa Archibald was recorded at the What makes peer support unique? online discussion event.

    • 21 min
    What we Nourish will Flourish

    What we Nourish will Flourish

    Grampian Public Empowerment Group are working to create change around traditional consultation approaches, to develop more meaningful lived experience involvement through co-production.
    In this episode Andrew, Amanda and Liz chat to our Network Officer Holly about the development of this lived experience group that is feeding into the the modernisation of mental health and learning disability services in Grampian.


    Podcast transcript available on the Scottish Recovery Network website: https://bit.ly/WhatWeNourishWillFlourish
    Recorded at our Time to Engage #CoProWeekScot event.

    • 24 min
    Peer Chat With Rai Waddingham: Peer support groups

    Peer Chat With Rai Waddingham: Peer support groups

    A new conversation series from Scottish Recovery Network. With a different guest each episode these podcasts bring you insights, ideas and inspiration from people using their lived experience to support others and develop peer approaches.

    Our guest this episode is Rai Waddingham who will be sharing her experiences of participating in and facilitating peer support groups. Rai hears voices, sees visions and has a whole range of experiences many label as ‘unusual’. At times these have overwhelmed her, leading to a range of diagnoses she no longer identifies with. Having managed the London Hearing Voices Project for many years, working with people who hear voices or have unusual beliefs across youth, adult and prison settings, she’s now Chair of the English Hearing Voices Network. Rai is an independent trainer, a writer and an Open Dialogue Practitioner. She’s also studying for a PhD in Survivor Knowledge.’

    Want to know more about peer support? Interested in developing peer roles and approaches? Tune in.

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    A podcast transcript is available on the Scottish Recovery Network website: www.scottishrecovery.net

    This podcast is also available in film version with BSL interpretation and subtitles on our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/ScottishRecoveryNetwork



    Peer Chat With Rai Waddingham was recorded at the What makes peer support unique? online discussion event.

    • 20 min
    Siobhan: peer support and me

    Siobhan: peer support and me

    Siobhan Hossack, a Project Manager at a mental health awareness and suicide prevention organisation, tells us what peer support means to her.

    "Peer support was one of the main things that helped me out of this very difficult time."

    A written version of this podcast is available to read on the Scottish Recovery Network website.

    • 3 min
    Making Recovery Real in Dundee 6 years on

    Making Recovery Real in Dundee 6 years on

    To celebrate Co-production Week Scotland, our Director Louise Christie speaks to Ruth Brown, Manager for Mental Health and Substance Use at Dundee Volunteer and Voluntary Action (DVVA), as they reflect on the positive impact of Making Recovery Real in Dundee.

    Launched in 2015 this initiative continues to use a co-production approach that puts people with lived experience at the centre of decision making, service design and practice development.

    Transcript of the podcast

    Making Recovery Real resources and more available at www.scottishrecovery.net

    • 12 min

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