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What type of organisation, institution and industry are performing work that tests human resilience and evokes powerful feelings of shame, sadness, grief, disgust and fear? What makes an institutional culture challenging or toxic to our mental health? How do we cope with living or working in prisons or places where we feel anxious or frightened a lot of the time? Or where we are expected to be relentlessly competitive? What is a toxic culture and how is it created? What effect does hearing o ...
 
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Dean has practiced in prison law for around 15 years. He is often at the forefront of the main challenges protecting the rights of prisoners and viewed as someone who works tirelessly to expose injustice and a lawyer who does not shirk from representing those for whom antipathy is to be expected from the courts, or the general public. In 2020, he w…
 
Caroline Purvey has dedicated over a decade to creating a unique, sustainable, cost-effective programme to eradicate unnecessary suffering from stress, overwhelm, and trauma. Her established and trusted brand TRE UK® delivers the Total Release Experience® programme which has transformed the lives of men, women, and children globally. Author of #1 b…
 
Ali and Neil talk about the work that they did together and how the art therapy 'fitted' and helped in ways that other therapies had missed. Ali Coles is an Art Psychotherapist with Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust and Visiting Lecturer at the University of South Wales; She is also Associate Editor of the International Journal o…
 
I was brought up in Belfast and London, and have since lived all around England, and for 10 years in West Berlin (five years before the Wall was opened and five years after). I went to university in the late 60s, and went to work as a prison psychologist in 1971, based in several different prisons, before going to the Home Office Research Unit in L…
 
Dr Libby Nugent is a Clinical Psychologist and group work practitioner of Group Psychoanalysis. She specialises in sexual health, complex trauma and group psychology. She has a longstanding interest in the need to connect with creative ways of thinking deeply about ourselves, each other, our society and the many identities we live. Libby has an onl…
 
* Shortly after we spoke with David he messaged us to say that hehad been approved to work in his local prison. He said "The Governor is 100% going to clear me, "I will officially be the 1st person with that length of criminal past to be given clearance into his prison" that's what the governor has said to my line manager. So I'm chuffed about that…
 
David first had the pleasure of meeting Dalton when visiting Ripon House, an exceptional approved premises for women in Leeds. Dalton had left the hostel some time earlier but returned to share some of his experiences with me and my colleagues. Dalton Harrison is the founder of StandFast Productions (a collective of ex-offenders who use art and per…
 
Video link which includes Alberto's diagrams is here: https://youtu.be/qDRqJ93shLM Dr Alberto Urrutia-Moldes, originally from Chile, holds a PhD in prison architecture from the University ofSheffield. He is a Lecturer in Construction in the partnership program of the University ofBath Spa and GBS in Manchester, UK. He is also a Lecturer in prison b…
 
Diane is a former probation officer, a social worker and a psychotherapist. She now works independently in a variety of roles offering therapy, consultation, professional supervision, quality assurance and training for individuals and organisations. She is a Trustee for Circles South West. Diane also offers support to other practitioners working in…
 
Can sport prevent young people from offending? Do elite footballing academies exploit children? Simon is the founder of Delamill Tutoring which offers Mental Health 1st Aid training and training in Mental Health Awareness & Sports Leadership. He is a UEFA A licence football coach who has worked for Portsmouth FC, Fulham FC and more recently for The…
 
What can psychologist's learn from journalists about communication? Can a journalist represent the work of psychologists better than psychologists do themselves? John Nassoori is a freelance journalist who writes about performance psychology's role in sport for publications including the BBC and The Guardian. He tells stories on subjects ranging fr…
 
What's it like to use the Family Court to resolve custody battles? Where can you find help if your partner puts up barriers to contact with your children. Zac Fine shares his own experience of fighting for contact in court and advice that ceasefire and collaboration is best for the children and the adults involved. Zac Fine is a psychotherapist wit…
 
Is our education system based in theory of how best to learn? Does our education system cause children to be labelled? What happens if your child doesn't fit well with the schooling system? Is school really the best way to learn? What does home education look like and is it a poor substitute for school? Are children who are home educated destined t…
 
Dr Kennath Widanaralalage is a Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Westminster. He is a qualitative researcher interested in understanding: How do male victim-survivors make sense of their sexual victimisation? What coping strategies do male survivors of sexual violence use? How do male survivors of sexual abuse access support? What prevent…
 
How do we treat young people and children who break the law? Does the criminal justice system show compassion for children who end up in trouble with the police? Can sport improve our ability to manage our emotions? Can sport provide a pathway of hope for troubled children? Kierra Myles is a Mentor Co-ordinator working with children in care and car…
 
Karen Stallard is a registered Psychotherapist with UKCP, registered Counsellor with BACP and registered Art Therapist with HCPC. She trained at The Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education where she gained a Masters in Integrative Arts Psychotherapy. Her private practice is called Feeling Found, which is based in Highbury and Islington, London.…
 
Why do people join the armed forces? How do they meet these needs when they're no longer serving in the military? Why are there so many former veterans in prison? Heidi Rose Tranter talks about her reseach exploring men's motivations for joining the armed forces. Heidi is a PhD student at the University of Central Lancashire. Alongside this, she wo…
 
Kerry Hopkins is an acomplished journalist and a determined spirit who cares greatly about the important things in life. She has fought against ageism, sexism and particularly strongly for animal rights.In this conversation she talks about the important influences in her life and how she carved out her unique career pathway. Trigger alert, some men…
 
Since joining the psychology department at UWL in 2014, Ben has engaged in a number of projects in the area of applied gender and forensic psychology. For example, he has explored the manifestation of gender within the criminal justice system, specifically the impact of rape myths in the progression of female and male cases through the criminal jus…
 
Sophie King-Hill is a senior fellow at the Health Service Management Centre at theUniversity of Birmingham. Previously she was a lecturer in Education and Inclusion atWoucester University. She has extensive experience with the 3rd sector and specialises insexual behaviours and how these relate to young people. Sophie has most recentlywritten about …
 
Emma Beckerle Emma has spent her career leading, building and scaling up rapid-growth businesses in the travel, restaurant and cannabis industries and she’s been highly successful across each of these industries. She is also founder of ABO Performance which supports small and early stage businesses in the cannabis, psychedelics and technology indus…
 
Gilbert Grieve is an experienced Manager, Trainer and Adviser with a history of working in the information services and Commnunity Development industry. Skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Social Enterprise, Crisis Intervention, Facilitation, and Fundraising. Strong professional completing an MSc focused in psychology from Northumbria University. H…
 
Rachel-Rose Burrell is a qualified and accredited counsellor/psychotherapist with a broad range of experience designing and delivering mental health awareness, counselling skills, stress management, and personal and professional development training programmes on a local, national and international level. She is Therapy Manager at the Democratic Th…
 
Joe Sabien is Founder and CEO of Sea Sanctuary a unique mental health charity rooted in the concept of “blue health”. Sea Sanctuary has been nominated for and won an impressive array of awards including winner of the Google and Sainsbury’s award for innovation, winner of Support Worker Category and Best Newcomer Award for the National Children and …
 
Hannah Wilkinson recently joined the University of Nottingham as Assistant Professor of Criminology and is a member of the Criminal Justice Research Centre. Prior to that, she was a Lecturer in Criminology at Keele University. Hannah’s research interests lie in the areas of war, state crime and social harm. In particular, she is interested in the c…
 
Dino Nocivelli is a lawyer specialising in child sexual abuse claims. He has a huge wealth of experience from taking action in cases involving abuse in football and other sports; within religious organisations especially the Roman Catholic Church and Church of England; sexual abuse in the scouts, in the military and by others in positions of author…
 
Nicoleta Porojanu. Nicoleta has done so many things. Born and brought up in Romania in challenging circumstances she had several careers before becoming an applied psychologist, a psychotherapist and an educator and now she seeks to help people navigate painful transitions. She has her own inspirational story about navigating painful experiences an…
 
David first met Ray Bishop when he came to HMP Grendon in 2003. He did well there and moved on towards release. It was not an easy path and Ray's tendency towards self destructive and addictive behaviour caused him to seek support and treatment several more times. Ray is the author of Outlaw a book based upon his experiences growing up in a council…
 
Mary Haley was until very recently Head of Psychotherapy at HMP Grendon the only fully therapeutic prison in the UK and which incidentally celebrates its 60th anniversary in 2022. She is now Head of Training and Development also at Grendon. We are very pleased to be talking with Mary because she has had an unusual career pathway working in differen…
 
Paul Gately is Director of MoreLife and a Professor of Exercise and Obesity at Leeds Beckett University, he is the Co-Director of the Obesity Institute at Leeds Beckett University. Paul was the Principle Investigator on Public Health England’s Whole Systems Approach to Obesity and he is the Co-director of the Centre for Applied Obesity Research. Hi…
 
Dave Harris is a former amateur boxer as well as having worked as a trainer, manager and promoter of boxers. He is founder of the British Boxing Hall of Fame and also founded the Ringside Trust which is a charity aspiring to create a residential home for former boxers. He also worked for many years in the social services sector managing residential…
 
This conversation is with writer, journalist, and co-founder of the men's men and boys coalition Ally Fogg. Ally is used to writing for national press. So is someone who has well thought out arguments around many issues that relate to men and boys. Ally Fogg is a writer and journalist who has written extensively on men and boys’ issues for the Guar…
 
Laura has such great clinical and academic experience that we could have talked with her about many things but in this episode we focus on how her thinking on boundaries developed as she worked in the challenging setting of a new personality disorder unit. Laura Hamilton is a Registered and Chartered Forensic Psychologist and Senior Lecturer. Worki…
 
In this conversation Rob considers the place of emotions across the criminal justice spectrum. Rob Canton is Professor in Community and Criminal Justice at De Montfort University, Leicester, UK. Before joining De Montfort, he worked in the Probation Service for some 20 years in a number of different roles. Rob has guested on the podcast before. Rob…
 
This week our podcast conversation may seem a little different. But we are still seeking methods and activities which provide opportunities for stress relief and deveopment. Alexander Oviawe is a former physiologist and founder of a tech start up that used different ways to model physical stress. During the difficult period of shutting down the sta…
 
We submitted to the Podcast of the Year Awards and have been shortlisted for one category. (Hooray!!) Please can you vote for us.Go to this link, type in The Locked Up Living podcast and follow the link to post for us.https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/voteand you can see all of the podcasts and 15 minute submissions herehttps://lockedupliving.po…
 
We submitted to the Podcast of the Year Awards and have been shortlisted for one category. (Hooray!!) Please can you vote for us. Go to this link, type in The Locked Up Living podcast and follow the link to post for us. https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote This is what we wrote about the podcast; Locked Up Living is on a mission to challenge t…
 
We submitted to the Podcast of the Year Awards and have been shortlisted for one category. (Hooray!!) Please can you vote for us. Go to this link, type in The Locked Up Living podcast and follow the link to post for us. https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote This is what we wrote about the podcast; Locked Up Living is on a mission to challenge t…
 
Dan and Ruth are co-Directors of DWRM Consultants, a community interest company that works with universities to offer a wide range of degree courses to students in prison. Dan has dedicated himself to establishing DWRM Consultants, at the same time as navigating all the challenges of leaving prison. He has led on the creation of a peer mentor suppo…
 
Dr Elizabeth Bates is a Principal Lecturer at the University of Cumbria. Her PhD focused on exploring the personality and psychopathological predictors of men’s and women’s partner violence. Her post-doctoral work has focused on exploring the experience of male victims and she has published papers on their experience of physical and psychological a…
 
Keith Rix is an enormously experienced forensic psychiatrist. In this conversation he shares reflections on his early career choices and how he came to make them. We cover family courts, working inside prisons, being an expert witness and cases with the potential of a death penalty. Professor Keith Rix, BMedBiol (Hons), MPhil, LLM, MD, FRCPsych, Ho…
 
Tracing the meanings of military geographies, veterans and the prison industrial complex Professor Dominique Moran is professor of carceral geography Birmingham University and her expertise is in providing a geographical perspective on incarceration. Dominique is also Chair of the Carceral geography Working Group of the Royal Geographical Society w…
 
Emptiness is a feeling we may have all experienced. Some are afflicted deeply and chronically, particularly those who are in prisons and hospitals. Yet it has been little studied so in this conversation Shona talks about her research of the phenomenon of emptiness. Shona qualified as a Clinical Associate in Applied Psychology in Scotland before mov…
 
Nick Fletcher is the conservative MP for Don Valley which he has represented since 2019. We were particularly interested in having Nick on the podcast to discuss his work as Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Working Group for Issues concerning Men and Boys since men and boys are over-represented in the criminal justice system.…
 
Martin has great depth of experience in Health and allied fields. In this conversation he explains how strongly he believes in making psychological ideas and treatments widely available and how this has sometimes encountered opposition from those with power. Martin Seager is a consultant clinical psychologist and adult psychotherapist most recently…
 
Dr Rahmanara Chowdhury is Course Lead for Islam and Pastoral Care at the Markfield Institute of Higher Education. She completed her undergraduate studies in Ergonomics at Loughborough University. She has a Masters in Psychology from Nottingham Trent University and completed her PhD exploring Domestic Violence and Abuse in the UK Muslim population, …
 
Sunny started out as a mixed martial artist who reached international level but incurred a lot of injuries and had to retire from competing before he had realised his full potential. He decided to train as a physiotherapist and chose to train in Amsterdam. He has been working in Amsterdam for the past 4-5 years sharpening his tools as a physio as w…
 
Today our podcast is a little different. You’re used to hearing David Jones bring his experience and knowledge to light in asking questions and sharing anecdotes about his professional life. Today we thought we’d give you the chance to hear more about his many years of experience. David Jones is a psychotherapist with extensive experience in clinic…
 
There are many people working in our services whose role may be overlooked but which is nevertheless valuable. The role of advocate is one such and has grown in significance as we have become more aware of the power imbalance between staff and service user and the importance of amplifying the service user voice. Geoff Smith has been a qualified as …
 
Those who have commited sexual offences may be vilified, abused or physically beaten. Often they are regarded as untreatable as well. Anna Kotova and Geraldine Akerman take a different approach. Following their research with residents and staff they argue that a therapeutic community can provide a safe and effective environment. In this podcast the…
 
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