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'In conversation with' Series

in2gr8productions was developed as a way to operationalise in2gr8mentalhealth's central value of empowering a choir of peer voices to speak out in effective anti-stigma work. in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals from different disciplines, with lived experience of mental health difficulties.

 

We are delighted to release our 'In Conversation With' series, comprising 15 episodes. Our first two episodes aired on 14th September 2020. The series will remain available as a public playlist, we hope it will be a compelling anti-discrimination resource for the mental health scene.

Episodes can be found below on this page and on our in2gr8 YouTube channel

The series covers discussions about mental health difficulties, including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18, we recommend that you watch this series with adult supervision.  If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page

We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions, help us to talk about issues of intersectionality together, and gather around our common humanity: anyone can struggle with their mental health in the face of difficult life challenges, and we can flourish.

 

A special thank you to MindWick for managing our post production. This series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth during the coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had, to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when this has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, we believe this doesn't detract from the very important message. MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us and they have been a dream to work with.

 

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us by visiting our contact page

Thank you for watching.

in2gr8mentalhealth 'in conversation with' series trailer
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in2gr8mentalhealth 'in conversation with' series trailer

in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health difficulties. We are delighted to release this trailer for the series. Our series comprises 15 episodes, each will be released weekly at 7pm on Monday evenings on our YouTube channel, starting with episode one - the introduction and episode two, together, on 14th September 2020. You will see the episodes pop up in the dedicated playlist over time. You can also view the episodes as they release on our in2gr8Productions page on our website www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. The whole series will remain on our YouTube playlist and our in2gr8mentalhealth website as a resource for those interested. We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions, help us to talk about issues of intersectionality together, and gather around our common humanity: any can struggle with their mental health in the face of difficult life challenges. This series covers discussions about mental health problems including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18 years old we recommend that you watch this series with adult guidance. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/sourcesofsupport. A special thank you to MindWick (www.thisismindwick.com) for managing our post-production: this series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth in the time of coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when this has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us, they have been a dream to work with. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact in2gr8mentalhealth at contact@in2gr8mentalhealth.com or via our website contact page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. Thank you.
Episode One: Dr Natalie Kemp and Dr Anna Sicilia introduce the 'In Conversation With' series
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Episode One: Dr Natalie Kemp and Dr Anna Sicilia introduce the 'In Conversation With' series

Episode One: Dr Natalie Kemp, Founder and CEO of in2gr8mentalhealth and Dr Anna Sicilia, Director of in2gr8mentalhealth introduce the in2gr8mentalhealth 'In conversation with...' series. Natalie and Anna are both Clinical Psychologists. in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Our series comprises 15 episodes, each will be released weekly at 7pm on Monday evenings on our YouTube channel, starting with episode one - the introduction and episode two, together, on 14th September 2020. You can also view the series on our in2gr8 productions page on our website www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions. This series covers discussions about mental health problems including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18 years old we recommend that you watch this series with adult guidance. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/sourcesofsupport. A special thank you to MindWick (www.thisismindwick.com) for managing our post-production: this series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth in the time of coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when it has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us, they have been a dream to work with. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact in2gr8mentalhealth at contact@in2gr8mentalhealth.com or via our website contact page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. Thank you.
Episode Two: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’…Distinguished Professor Patrick Corrigan
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Episode Two: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’…Distinguished Professor Patrick Corrigan

Episode Two: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’…Distinguished Professor Patrick Corrigan Patrick Corrigan is a Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Currently, he is principal investigator of the National Consortium for Stigma and Empowerment, a collaboration of investigators and advocates from more than a dozen institutions. He also heads projects examining integrated care primary and behavioral health care in a health disparities framework. He has written more than 400 peer-reviewed articles, is editor emeritus of the American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, and editor of a new journal published by the American Psychological Association, Stigma and Health. Corrigan has authored or edited fifteen books, most recently, The Stigma of Disease and Disability. He also is part of the team that developed the Honest, Open, Proud series of anti-stigma programs. Patrick joins us in the UK from the U.S.A. http://www.stigmaandempowerment.org/. in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Our series comprises 15 episodes, each will be released weekly at 7pm on Monday evenings on our YouTube channel, starting with episode one - the introduction and episode two, together, on 14th September 2020. You can also view the series on our in2gr8Productions page on our website www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions, help us to talk about issues of intersectionality together, and gather around our common humanity: any can struggle with their mental health in the face of difficult life challenges. This series covers discussions about mental health problems including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18 years old we recommend that you watch this series with adult guidance. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/sourcesofsupport. A special thank you to MindWick (www.thisismindwick.com) for managing our post-production: this series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth in the time of coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when this has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us, they have been a dream to work with. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact in2gr8mentalhealth at contact@in2gr8mentalhealth.com or via our website contact page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. Thank you.
Episode three: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’…Dr Nneamaka Ekebuisi, Clinical Psychologist
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Episode three: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’…Dr Nneamaka Ekebuisi, Clinical Psychologist

Episode three: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’…Dr Nneamaka Ekebuisi, Chartered Clinical Psychologist in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Our series comprises 15 episodes, each will be released weekly at 7pm on Monday evenings on our YouTube channel, starting with episode one - the introduction and episode two, together, on 14th September 2020. You can also view the series on our in2gr8Productions page on our website www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions, help us to talk about issues of intersectionality together, and gather around our common humanity: any can struggle with their mental health in the face of difficult life challenges. This series covers discussions about mental health problems including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18 years old we recommend that you watch this series with adult guidance. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/sourcesofsupport. A special thank you to MindWick (www.thisismindwick.com) for managing our post-production: this series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth in the time of coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when this has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us, they have been a dream to work with. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact in2gr8mentalhealth at contact@in2gr8mentalhealth.com or via our website contact page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. Thank you.
Episode four:in2gr8mentalhealth 'in conversation with'Kate Snewin RMN & Compassion Focused Therapist
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Episode four:in2gr8mentalhealth 'in conversation with'Kate Snewin RMN & Compassion Focused Therapist

Episode four: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Kate Snewin, Mental Health Nurse and Compassion Focused Therapist. in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Our series comprises 15 episodes, each will be released weekly at 7pm on Monday evenings on our YouTube channel, starting with episode one - the introduction and episode two, together, on 14th September 2020. You can also view the series on our in2gr8Productions page on our website www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions, help us to talk about issues of intersectionality together, and gather around our common humanity: any can struggle with their mental health in the face of difficult life challenges. This series covers discussions about mental health problems including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18 years old we recommend that you watch this series with adult guidance. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/sourcesofsupport. A special thank you to MindWick (www.thisismindwick.com) for managing our post-production: this series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth in the time of coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when this has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us, they have been a dream to work with. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact in2gr8mentalhealth at contact@in2gr8mentalhealth.com or via our website contact page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. Thank you.
Episode five: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Dr Thomas Richardson, Clinical Psychologist
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Episode five: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Dr Thomas Richardson, Clinical Psychologist

Episode five: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Dr Thomas Richardson, Clinical Psychologist. in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Our series comprises 15 episodes, each will be released weekly at 7pm on Monday evenings on our YouTube channel, starting with episode one - the introduction and episode two, together, on 14th September 2020. You can also view the series on our in2gr8Productions page on our website www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions, help us to talk about issues of intersectionality together, and gather around our common humanity: any can struggle with their mental health in the face of difficult life challenges. This series covers discussions about mental health problems including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18 years old we recommend that you watch this series with adult guidance. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/sourcesofsupport. A special thank you to MindWick (www.thisismindwick.com) for managing our post-production: this series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth in the time of coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when this has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us, they have been a dream to work with. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact in2gr8mentalhealth at contact@in2gr8mentalhealth.com or via our website contact page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. Thank you.
Episode six: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Dr Stephen Linacre, Clinical Psychologist
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Episode six: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Dr Stephen Linacre, Clinical Psychologist

Episode six: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Dr Stephen Linacre, Clinical Psychologist in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Our series comprises 15 episodes, each will be released weekly at 7pm on Monday evenings on our YouTube channel, starting with episode one - the introduction and episode two, together, on 14th September 2020. You can also view the series on our in2gr8Productions page on our website www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions, help us to talk about issues of intersectionality together, and gather around our common humanity: any can struggle with their mental health in the face of difficult life challenges. This series covers discussions about mental health problems including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18 years old we recommend that you watch this series with adult guidance. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/sourcesofsupport. A special thank you to MindWick (www.thisismindwick.com) for managing our post-production: this series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth in the time of coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when this has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us, they have been a dream to work with. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact in2gr8mentalhealth at contact@in2gr8mentalhealth.com or via our website contact page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. Thank you.
Episode seven: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Dr Inke Schreiber, Clinical Psychologist
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Episode seven: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Dr Inke Schreiber, Clinical Psychologist

Episode seven: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Dr Inke Schreiber, Clinical Psychologist in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Our series comprises 15 episodes, each will be released weekly at 7pm on Monday evenings on our YouTube channel, starting with episode one - the introduction and episode two, together, on 14th September 2020. You can also view the series on our in2gr8Productions page on our website www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions, help us to talk about issues of intersectionality together, and gather around our common humanity: any can struggle with their mental health in the face of difficult life challenges. This series covers discussions about mental health problems including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18 years old we recommend that you watch this series with adult guidance. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/sourcesofsupport. A special thank you to MindWick (www.thisismindwick.com) for managing our post-production: this series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth in the time of coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when this has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us, they have been a dream to work with. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact in2gr8mentalhealth at contact@in2gr8mentalhealth.com or via our website contact page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. Thank you.
Episode eight: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Dr Rufus May, Clinical Psychologist
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Episode eight: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Dr Rufus May, Clinical Psychologist

Episode eight: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Dr Rufus May, Clinical Psychologist in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Our series comprises 15 episodes, each will be released weekly at 7pm on Monday evenings on our YouTube channel, starting with episode one - the introduction and episode two, together, on 14th September 2020. You can also view the series on our in2gr8Productions page on our website www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions, help us to talk about issues of intersectionality together, and gather around our common humanity: any can struggle with their mental health in the face of difficult life challenges. This series covers discussions about mental health problems including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18 years old we recommend that you watch this series with adult guidance. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/sourcesofsupport. A special thank you to MindWick (www.thisismindwick.com) for managing our post-production: this series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth in the time of coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when this has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us, they have been a dream to work with. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact in2gr8mentalhealth at contact@in2gr8mentalhealth.com or via our website contact page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. Thank you.
Episode nine: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Michelle Jamieson PhD Researcher
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Episode nine: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Michelle Jamieson PhD Researcher

Episode nine: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Michelle Jamieson PhD Researcher in the area of complex mental health difficulties and employment. in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Our series comprises 15 episodes, each will be released weekly at 7pm on Monday evenings on our YouTube channel, starting with episode one - the introduction and episode two, together, on 14th September 2020. You can also view the series on our in2gr8Productions page on our website www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions, help us to talk about issues of intersectionality together, and gather around our common humanity: any can struggle with their mental health in the face of difficult life challenges. This series covers discussions about mental health problems including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18 years old we recommend that you watch this series with adult guidance. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/sourcesofsupport. A special thank you to MindWick (www.thisismindwick.com) for managing our post-production: this series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth in the time of coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when this has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us, they have been a dream to work with. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact in2gr8mentalhealth at contact@in2gr8mentalhealth.com or via our website contact page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. Thank you.
Episode ten: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes
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Episode ten: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes

Episode ten: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes. Jamie is a Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Neuropsychologist, BPS Registered Applied Psychological Practice Supervisor, an EMDR Consultant and Supervisor. He was Head of Defence Clinical Psychology for the Ministry of Defence in 2007 and Honorary Commander of the 48th Medical Operations Squadron, Liberty Wing, United States Air Force From 2010 to 2013. In April 2015 Jamie became the President of the British Psychological Society and Chair of the Board of Trustees. https://www.jamiehackerhughes.com/bio-including-accreditations-and-publications/ in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Our series comprises 15 episodes, each will be released weekly at 7pm on Monday evenings on our YouTube channel, starting with episode one - the introduction and episode two, together, on 14th September 2020. You can also view the series on our in2gr8Productions page on our website www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions, help us to talk about issues of intersectionality together, and gather around our common humanity: any can struggle with their mental health in the face of difficult life challenges. This series covers discussions about mental health problems including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18 years old we recommend that you watch this series with adult guidance. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/sourcesofsupport. A special thank you to MindWick (www.thisismindwick.com) for managing our post-production: this series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth in the time of coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when this has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us, they have been a dream to work with. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact in2gr8mentalhealth at contact@in2gr8mentalhealth.com or via our website contact page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. Thank you.
Episode eleven:in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’ Emily May Barlow, Mental Health Nursing
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Episode eleven:in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’ Emily May Barlow, Mental Health Nursing

Episode eleven: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’ Emily May Barlow, Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Our series comprises 15 episodes, each will be released weekly at 7pm on Monday evenings on our YouTube channel, starting with episode one - the introduction and episode two, together, on 14th September 2020. You can also view the series on our in2gr8Productions page on our website www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions, help us to talk about issues of intersectionality together, and gather around our common humanity: any can struggle with their mental health in the face of difficult life challenges. This series covers discussions about mental health problems including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18 years old we recommend that you watch this series with adult guidance. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/sourcesofsupport. A special thank you to MindWick (www.thisismindwick.com) for managing our post-production: this series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth in the time of coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when this has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us, they have been a dream to work with. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact in2gr8mentalhealth at contact@in2gr8mentalhealth.com or via our website contact page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. Thank you.
Episode twelve:in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’ Pieta Shakes, Mental Health Nurse
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Episode twelve:in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’ Pieta Shakes, Mental Health Nurse

Episode twelve: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’ Pieta Shakes, PhD Candidate, Mental Health Nurse, Board Director. Pieta joins us in the UK from Australia. in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Our series comprises 15 episodes, each will be released weekly at 7pm on Monday evenings on our YouTube channel, starting with episode one - the introduction and episode two, together, on 14th September 2020. You can also view the series on our in2gr8Productions page on our website www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions, help us to talk about issues of intersectionality together, and gather around our common humanity: any can struggle with their mental health in the face of difficult life challenges. This series covers discussions about mental health problems including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18 years old we recommend that you watch this series with adult guidance. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/sourcesofsupport. A special thank you to MindWick (www.thisismindwick.com) for managing our post-production: this series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth in the time of coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when this has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us, they have been a dream to work with. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact in2gr8mentalhealth at contact@in2gr8mentalhealth.com or via our website contact page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. Thank you.
Episode thirteen: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Leah DeMarest, Mental Health Therapist
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Episode thirteen: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Leah DeMarest, Mental Health Therapist

Episode thirteen: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Leah DeMarest, Licensed Mental Health Therapist and certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Leah joins us in the UK from the U.S.A. Please note the narrative includes talking openly about suicidality and self harm. in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Our series comprises 15 episodes, each will be released weekly at 7pm on Monday evenings on our YouTube channel, starting with episode one - the introduction and episode two, together, on 14th September 2020. You can also view the series on our in2gr8Productions page on our website www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions, help us to talk about issues of intersectionality together, and gather around our common humanity: any can struggle with their mental health in the face of difficult life challenges. This series covers discussions about mental health problems including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18 years old we recommend that you watch this series with adult guidance. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/sourcesofsupport. A special thank you to MindWick (www.thisismindwick.com) for managing our post-production: this series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth in the time of coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when this has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us, they have been a dream to work with. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact in2gr8mentalhealth at contact@in2gr8mentalhealth.com or via our website contact page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. Thank you.
Episode fourteen: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Dr Sarah Baxter, Clinical Psychologist
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Episode fourteen: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Dr Sarah Baxter, Clinical Psychologist

Episode fourteen: in2gr8mentalhealth ‘in conversation with’… Dr Sarah Baxter, Clinical Psychologist in2gr8mentalhealth has collaborated internationally with mental health professionals with lived experience of mental health difficulties. Our series comprises 15 episodes, each will be released weekly at 7pm on Monday evenings on our YouTube channel, starting with episode one - the introduction and episode two, together, on 14th September 2020. You can also view the series on our in2gr8Productions page on our website www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. We would like to thank all contributors to the series from the bottom of our hearts for sharing their narratives with us and the world. We believe that this series will join with other efforts to help destigmatise lived experience of mental health difficulties in the mental health professions, help us to talk about issues of intersectionality together, and gather around our common humanity: any can struggle with their mental health in the face of difficult life challenges. This series covers discussions about mental health problems including suicidality and self-injury. If you are under 18 years old we recommend that you watch this series with adult guidance. If you or anyone you know needs help finding support, please visit our support page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com/sourcesofsupport. A special thank you to MindWick (www.thisismindwick.com) for managing our post-production: this series was lovingly homespun by us at in2gr8mentalhealth in the time of coronavirus lockdown. We reached out to each other with as many home resources as we all had to keep the destigmatising message alive at a time when this has become even more important to hear. You will notice that some videos have poorer audio or visual quality, MindWick have done their best to polish it up for us, they have been a dream to work with. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact in2gr8mentalhealth at contact@in2gr8mentalhealth.com or via our website contact page www.in2gr8mentalhealth.com. Thank you.