Updated: #in2gr8Elevenses Live on Twitter
Updated: 4 days ago
#in2gr8Elevenses is live on Twitter @in2gr8mh on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11am ☕ I will keep this blog updated with links to the episodes and their content.
Dr Natalie Kemp (Twitter @kempspace) talks from the world of the lived experience mental health professional in current Covid19 times.
If you've got a break, need a break, need to demand a break, feel your whole day is one big break, want to discuss the grit or the good...join live with your cuppa/coffee & favourite biscuits.
If you are listening afterwards, use the hashtag #in2gr8Elevenses to comment, I'll be tracking it and will follow up in the next broadcast.
If you are an NHS member of staff, be a guest with your cuppa and discuss how things are for you and where you are working (audio only on your side and it remains permanent on social media).
In date order, recent #in2gr8Elevenses first
🔽 #in2gr8Elevenses on 2nd April
"Q: As MH profs with lived experience, how can we help ourselves & each other make space for our whole selves, both the competent professional & vulnerable human bits during a global crisis?"
☕ #Mentalhealth stigma when a provider of mental health services
☕ Vulnerability & professional competence
☕ Turning marathons into relay races
☕ Doing the best we can w/all this during #COVID19
🔽 #in2gr8Elevenses on 31st March.
Content: (Please be aware that this particular episode is a slightly teary one which covers thinking about difficult feelings during Covid19, including death x💙x)
☕ Staff wellbeing and lived experience professional agendas and Equality Act.
☕ #In2gr8mentalhealth forum update
☕ Work of the Traumatic Stress Clinic & UCL Unit for Stigma Research (@Uclusresearch) and UCL (@ucl)
☕ Colouring hair and baking bread at home
☕ Being connected: neighbours,friends & family
🔽 #in2gr8Elevenses on 26th March
☕ Lived experience of mental health difficulties as a mental health professional
☕ UCL Unit for Stigma Research
☕ Astronaut isolation tips
☕ WHO advice
☕ Alfie my Jack Russell
🔽 #in2gr8Elevenses on 24th March
☕ Lived experience of mental health problems in the mental health professions
☕ These are the agencies I mentioned who have good sources of advice and support World Health Organisation (@WHO) Inter-Angency Standing Committee (@iascch) The charity MIND (@MindCharity)
☕ British Psychological Society (@BPSOfficial) and Division of Clinical Psychology (@UKDCP) and Association of Clinical Psychologists (@UK_ACP) will be cohering psychological responses to psychosocial need during Covid19