8 episodes

If you had words of advice for your younger self, what would they be?
Things I Wish I Had Known covers all things mental health from a child's perspective. Our guest speakers share their own personal or professional experiences to add richness and depth to the learning of those who work with children or who have their own children to help us all understand the challenges of being a child a bit better.
This podcast is produced by Clear Sky Children's Charity, a Play & Creative Arts Therapy charity who support children who have experienced trauma and families. The podcast is hosted by Charity Founder Sophia Giblin with a fabulous line up of speakers who all have something valuable and interesting to share.
In between guest episodes you can tune in to Sophia speaking with Becky Hill, Head of Therapeutic Services and Dramatherapist at Clear Sky Children's Charity about challenges that therapists face when working with children and families.

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If you had words of advice for your younger self, what would they be?
Things I Wish I Had Known covers all things mental health from a child's perspective. Our guest speakers share their own personal or professional experiences to add richness and depth to the learning of those who work with children or who have their own children to help us all understand the challenges of being a child a bit better.
This podcast is produced by Clear Sky Children's Charity, a Play & Creative Arts Therapy charity who support children who have experienced trauma and families. The podcast is hosted by Charity Founder Sophia Giblin with a fabulous line up of speakers who all have something valuable and interesting to share.
In between guest episodes you can tune in to Sophia speaking with Becky Hill, Head of Therapeutic Services and Dramatherapist at Clear Sky Children's Charity about challenges that therapists face when working with children and families.

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    What Pinky Wishes She Had Known

    What Pinky Wishes She Had Known

    Pinky Lilani CBE DL is the Founder and Chairman of the Women of the Future Programmes, giving women from around the world a platform on which to be recognised for their contribution to the world.
    In this episode we talk about how kindness has a huge part to play in being 'successful' in business and in life, and how as women we can step into our authentic selves to live a life aligned with our values and ideals.

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    • 21 min
    What Kim Wishes She Had Known

    What Kim Wishes She Had Known

    Kim Palmer is the Founder and CEO of a women's wellness community. Kim developed a hypnotherapy app for women who may be struggling with anxiety, sleep and body confidence.
    Kim built her community off the back of her own personal experience with anxiety and working in the corporate world. She shares very honestly with us how her own struggles have shaped what she now provides for other women through her app, all whilst working a full time job and being a Mum to two young children.
    Download Clementine here, and give Kim a follow on Instagram here.

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    • 45 min
    What Adam Wishes He Had Known

    What Adam Wishes He Had Known

    Professor Adam Ockleford is the Director of Applied Music Research Centre and a Professor or Music at the University of Roehampton. Adam has authored over 20 books on the subject of music, learning, memory and creativity; the cognition of musical structure and the construction of musical meaning. 
    In this episode of Things I Wish I Had Known, Adam explains how music is our first language and can be a vehicle for the creation of relationships and communication when individuals may lack the verbal ability to express themselves.
    This podcast also features a very special guest! Romy is one of Adam's students, she joins us towards the end of the podcast for her music lesson and we get to listen in on some of the amazing music that they create together and the interplay of music as communication between them.

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    • 33 min
    What Shamash Wishes He Had Known

    What Shamash Wishes He Had Known

    Shamash Alidina is a leading mindfulness expert, co-founder of the Museum of Happiness and author of 5 books on mindfulness including 'Mindfulness for Dummies'.
    Shamash shares his insights on how mindfulness is beneficial to us all to help us lead a happy and fulfilled life. We talk about all things kindness, happiness, compassion and being present.
    We have a special bonus meditation for those working with children and families in our Supporting Children Through Play Facebook group. Click here to join! https://www.facebook.com/groups/supportingchildrenthroughplay/
    Give Shamash a follow on Twitter @ShamashAlidina and check out the Museum of Happiness here https://www.museumofhappiness.org

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    • 45 min
    Things Natasha Wishes She'd Known

    Things Natasha Wishes She'd Known

    Natasha Devon, MBE, is a writer, podcast host, presenter, campaigner and activist talking about all things mental health, gender, body image and social equality. She does a lot of work with teenagers in schools getting to understand from their perspective exactly what it is that THEY feel that they need surrounding these important issues.
    In this podcast we talk about supporting young peoples mental health in schools and how young people are impacted by changes to the landscape of mental health and education.
    Visit Natasha's website for educational resources and safe signposting for young people who are experiencing mental health challenges www.natashadevon.com

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    • 43 min
    What Stephen Wishes He Had Known

    What Stephen Wishes He Had Known

    Stephen Robertson has been the CEO of the Big Issue Foundation for the last 11 years. In this episode he shares things he wishes he'd known earlier about homelessness, helping others and coming up with creative solutions to social problems.
    See how you can get involved with the work of the Big Issue here www.bigissue.org.uk and make sure to check out their Worlds Biggest Sleepout at the Kia Oval cricket ground on 7th December to raise funds for Big Issue vendors.
    Also, side note, BUY THE BIG ISSUE! It really makes a difference to people living in homelessness or poverty.

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    • 38 min

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