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How do people survive living and working in challenging organisations? There are few peace-time environments that pose as much risk and danger as forensic institutions yet people and groups find ways to navigate the difficulties of existing within these systems and even manage to flourish and grow. Listen to Locked up Living with David Jones and Naomi Murphy who have decades of managing this experience talking to a broad range of guests who have a rich variety of encounters with some of the ...
 
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Michael West CBE joined The King's Fund as a Senior Fellow in 2013. He is Professor of Work and Organisational Psychology at Lancaster University, Visiting Professor at University College, Dublin, and Emeritus Professor at Aston University. Hugely experienced Michael has authored, edited and co-edited 20 books and has published more than 200 articl…
 
Dr. Baz Dreisinger is a great speaker and Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York; Author of the critically acclaimed book Incarceration Nations: A Journey to Justice in Prisons Around the World; https://otherpress.com/books/incarceration-nations/ Founder of John Jay’s groundbreaking Prison-to-College Pipeline…
 
Earlier this year the British Psychological Society expelled its President Elect Professor Nigel MacClennan who had been elected on a reformist platform. This brought to the surface serious issues about governance, integrity and the vindictiveness of organisations who feel under attack. The BPS is not the first organisation to experience such issue…
 
Sarah Paget has been the Programme Manager for the Community of Communities, a quality network for Therapeutic Communities at the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Centre for Quality Improvement, since 2004. Her work involves the coordination of services and activities that lead to improvement and/or systemic change in a range of services for adults,…
 
Paul Bradford was a serving police officer for thirty years rising to the rank of Inspector. As a single parent family he strove to manage his career to ensure that he was able to best look after his family. His time in community policing enabled him to spend time with victims of crime in ways since eliminated by the new managerialism. He brounght …
 
Dr Sarah-Jane Lennie is a Chartered Psychologist and Lecturer in the Police, Organisation and Practice Department of the Open University, UK. Sarah-Jane specialises in social psychology, emotions in the workplace and the mental health and well-being of police officers. Sarah Jane comes from a family with deep experience and comittment to the public…
 
This is a powerful conversation which is sometimes painful to hear as Lucy describes the inequalities and persecutions for imprisoned mothers and their children. Dr Baldwin points out that the female prison estate is much more related to the needs of the prison service than the risk level of women themselves. The needs of their children are frequen…
 
Please note this is an audio recording. To see the video with pictures click here https://youtu.be/rGmh58M0f-0 Jan Banning is a Dutch autonomous artist/photographer, based in Utrecht, the Netherlands. He was born in Almelo (Netherlands) on May 4, 1954, from Dutch East Indies parents, and he studied social and economic history at the Radboud Univers…
 
Jo is a remarkable woman who has led an extraordinary life. Many would see her as being highly privileged but her description and understanding of the pain experienced by little children left in boarding school is painful to hear. She also speaks out about the sexual abuse which took place in Sherborne Prep School, in particular but not only, and h…
 
Christoph Heubner is a poet and writer of short stories. In addition he has had a long-term collaboration with the Action Reconciliation Service for Peace based in Berlin, he is Vice President of the International Auschwitz Committee and Member of the International Auschwitz Council. He has been associated with the International Youth Centre from t…
 
Dennis Relojo-Howell is the founder of Psychreg, a digital company that focuses on psychology, mental health, and wellness and has almost 24k subscribers to his Youtube channel. Dennis is doing a PhD in clinical psychology at the University of Edinburgh focused on blogging as a wellbeing activity. In March this year he won the competition “I’m a sc…
 
Dr Roberta Babb is a chartered Clinical Psychologist, organisational consultant and a registered forensic psychotherapist. She and David first met when they both worked at the Millfields Unit, a forensic unit for working with men who had offended and who had personality disorders. That was about thirteen years ago so Roberta has worked in the field…
 
For this eposode we are delighted to be hosting Frans Douw and Edwin Kleiss who present the “Prison Show” podcast. Although the podcast is most often recorded in Dutch, there are a number of English episodes so we would encourage you to check it out below.At the age of 20, Frans began working with young incarcerated people before heading up the Dut…
 
We were introduced to our guest, Lucy, by Professor Winder of Nottingham Trent University who found Lucy to be a powerful and compelling speaker. This year she was invited to be key note speaker at the National Working Group tackling Child Sexual Exploitation. Many of the guests we’ve had on have been keynote speakers at national and international …
 
In this informal and wide ranging conversation Shadd explains what is meant by desistance and how this is distinguished from the term rehabilitation. With great warmth he thinks about the importance of listening, whether as a mentor or mentee and givies his assessment of the structure of forensic psychology Shadd Maruna is Professor of Criminology …
 
The Henderson Hospital was one of the outstanding treatment facilities for traumatised people in the period after the second world war. It was hugely influential for psychiatric practice and the devlopment of therapeutic communities in prisons and one of the most researched institutions in the world. Yet it closed through a lack of funding at a tim…
 
Today’s guest is Professor Dominique Moran who is professor of carceral geography Birmingham University so 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 with the Institute of British Geographies. She is author of “Carceral …
 
Sophie Ellis is a researcher at the Prisons Research Centre, at Cambridge University. She’s interested in the experience of imprisonment for those who live and work in prisons, and in the effects of prison on families. She’s also interested in the intersection between the ‘psy’ disciplines, and state institutions. Before arriving at Cambridge, she …
 
Marc orininally thought of becoming a clinical psychologist before taking a twenty year break as a software developer. When he returned to psychology he took a different path. Marc has been a practitioner forensic psychologist since 2003, becoming chartered with the British Psychological Society in 2006. He was Head of Psychology at four UK prisons…
 
Somehow emotions and thinking became disconnected from many of our key services. We are fortunate that a number of skilled and experienced practitioners have taken time to reflect on the place of feelings and emotions in everyday life and the way they can affect our judgements. Our latest guest, Charlotte Knight, began her career in the probation s…
 
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 contributed to probation development and general penal reform in more than ten different countries, mostly in Europe. He was co-o…
 
We are very excited by this episode and had a great time meeting our two guests from the USA. Food is central to our existence, health and wellbeing. All of us. Leslie Soble is a research fellow for the Food in Prison Project and the lead author of Impact Justice’s recent report, Eating Behind Bars: Ending the Hidden Punishment of Food in Prison. A…
 
"In this episode David and Naomi talk with Sarah Peyton a neuroscience educator, constellation facilitator, Nonviolent Communication Trainer and author of Your Resonant Self and Your Resonant Self Workbook about her work with women in a prison in the USA. Sarah invites audiences into a compassionate understanding of the effects of relational trauma…
 
Roland Woodward is a chartered forensic psychologist and has more than forty years’ experience of working in the criminal justice system, most of it within the prison service. Roland worked at HMP Grendon and has also managed the psychological services at HMP Gartree where he opened the first therapeutic community for life sentence prisoners. Follo…
 
Dr Gerard Drennan Ph.D. is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist, who holds the post of Head of Psychology & Psychotherapy in the Behavioural & Developmental Psychiatric Operational Directorate of the South London & Maudsley Mental Health Foundation Trust. He is also an Honorary Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatr…
 
Our guest has been described as “one of the most important artists working across arts and health right now. His ground-breaking work has huge potential for impact across life sciences and is a testament to the power of creativity in health and well-being”. Anyone who has been inside a prison will have experienced the eerie silence when everyone is…
 
Rob Hadley is an independent research consultant who has conducted research with the Open University and Manchester Metropolitan University where he is an associate lecturer. His research concerns the impact of male involuntary childlessness across the life course. He studied the topic for his dissertation and discovered there was very little infor…
 
Rowan Mackenzie is both academic and practitioner. Her doctoral research on Creating Space for Shakespeare with Marginalised Communities considered how Shakespeare can be appropriated by people with learning disabilities, people with mental health issues, people who are incarcerated and people who have experienced homelessness. She is also Artistic…
 
In this conversation Lawrence gives a fascinating description of the therapeutic community at Wormwood Scrubs prison which closed soon after the death of Dr Max Glatt. He goes on to give us insight into his developing thinking on the nature of trauma and states of mind as it relates to forensic practice. Lawrence Jones is a clinical and forensic ps…
 
In this conversation Andrew talks about his ongoing work in Myanmar and the concern he and his colleagues share for their colleagues and all the people of the country currently subject to a brutal military coup. He offers us engagingly honest accounts of his study in prisons across africa and asia and these give moving insights into the method of t…
 
Grendon was opened in 1962, with the support of RA Butler then Home Secretary of the conservative government. How times have changed, well have they? In this conversation Geraldine Akerman and Richard Shuker talk about their 40 years of combined experience in this unique therapeutic prison. Hon. Professor DR. GERALDINE AKERMAN is a Forensic Psychol…
 
Abdullah Mia joins us in a fascinating conversation about his work, his background as a muslim whose family came from India and how this has influenced his life. As a Consultant Clinical Psychologist Abdullah has a profound influence upon the places he works. He describes his frequent encounters with racism, how he actively copes with this, confron…
 
Lorna A. Rhodes is professor emeritus at the University of Washington, where she taught medical and institutional anthropology. She is the author of Emptying Beds: The Work of an Emergency Psychiatric Unit (University of California Press 1991) and Total Confinement: Madness and Reason in the Maximum Security Prison (University of California Press 2…
 
Michaela Booth is the National Patient Engagement Lead for Care UK’s Health in Justice service that runs healthcare in 50 prisons across England, including Hewell and Long Lartin. She also has an Honours Degree in Applied Criminology. Michaela was sentenced to 4 years in prison for a crime she was found guilty of when she was 19 years old. She was …
 
Gwen is bringing out a new book at the beginning of June, The Devil you know; Stories of human cruelty and compassion. Order here https://www.waterstones.com/book/the-devil-you-know/gwen-adshead/eileen-horne/9780571357604 Dr Gwen Adshead describes her long relationship with Broadmoor Hospital. This notorious institution was built in the 19th centur…
 
Michael Brookes and David Wilson talk about their recent article, A failed success: the Barlinnie Special Unit, which came out in International Journal of Prisoner Health August 2020. They consider this unit, to most appearances highly successful working with men who the rest of the scottish prison service had struggled to contain, and why it ultim…
 
Morgan now serves as a commissioner on the Oregon Alcohol and Drug Policy Commission. She is in long term recovery and spent four years in prison following the death of her close friend from and overdose. She is a passionate advocate for drug, and penal reform. She is powerful in describing the difficult times she has experienced but optimimistic t…
 
In 1999 Liz Mullinar founded the Heal For Life Foundation (Mayumarri) to provide a safe centre for survivors where they could heal from the devastating impact of trauma and abuse. The Heal For Life model has helped over 8,500 people across Australia and the world and has been independently evaluated to achieve significant, long-term improvements in…
 
Locked up Living is a Podcast examining aspects of resiliance for those locked up in prisons and hospitals and the staff who look after them. Psychotherapist David Jones and Psychologist Naomi Murphy introduce themselves and talk about their own experiences and how they came to spend their lives working in prisons. This is the preface to a series o…
 
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