Trauma Resonance Resilience

Trauma Resonance Resilience

A multi-agency, inter disciplinary resource for those who work in education, social care, criminal justice or health and to listen to conversations that make a difference. In this podcast we're exploring better ways of working together, sharing emerging research that informs practice while deep diving into empathy, connection and vulnerability.

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August 31, 2022 49 min

In this episode, Lisa Cherry is in conversation with Alex Kemp exploring professional kindness, culture and leadership. 

Alexander Kemp has been working with children and families for over 20 years. He holds a degree in social work and a masters of public administration.  He lives in Brighton with his husband who is a doctor working in intensive care.  Alex is care experienced. 

Alex has worked in senior roles within large organisati...

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Luke Billingham, part-time researcher, part-time youth worker, talks all things about shifting the lens on how we view youth violence, the significance of mattering and how we need to step away from 'boundaries receptacles for blame'.

Here's a link to the "Terrifying abyss of insignificance" paper: https://opo.iisj.net/index.php/osls/article/view/1185/1395

Worth mentioning that the title of that paper is a quote f...

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What happens when youth work, the decimation of preventative services and a community that feels left behind collide? In this collaborative book, Cut Short; Why we’re failing our youth – and how to fix it, Ciaran charts life during the most challenging years of the last decade. The emergence of the VRU in London is recorded as are the real lives of those living in their community as violence escalates against the backdrop or even i...

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Dr Amanda Taylor-Beswick’s main research interest is in the area of digitalization and professional education, in particular, how social work education socializes and equips students for practice in an emergent and complex digital social world. Research projects include: an examination of the contribution of social work education to the preparedness of students for practice in the connected age; navigating digital contact for child...

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Steven Russell, is the founder of Elements SEMH Support. As a child, he lived with 9 foster families, was placed into two children’s homes and attended 5 schools. With this in mind, he decided to turn his “Pain to Purpose” by creating Elements.

As a child, growing up in the care system, and an adult working in the care system. Steven has become an effective communicator with children living in care.

His authentic style enables him to...

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Sheina Rigg a Scottish social worker, living in Belfast permanently since 1990 has been seconded to a Trauma Informed Practice Project in 2018 as one of a team of 4 implementation managers, project manager and project lead. Now a smaller project, more embedded in the SBNI structure, they support organisational change using a transformation model devised from a service user perspective, their journey through services and apply a tra...

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Sean, who features in the new section of The Brightness of Stars 3rd Edition, shares with us a little bit of history of 'care', why community is everything and why speaking about the care experience is hard yet so important! 

Buy the book at all online and offline stores including Amazon:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Brightness-Stars-Stories-Experienced-Inspire/dp/1032191589/ref=sr_1_6?qid=1641830200&refinements=p...

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Sparked by a Twitter conversation, Lisa and Andi deep dive in a more nuanced way than Twitter allows, into thinking about childhood adversity and trauma in the context of criminal justice. How do we ensure that the public are safe, that people take responsibility for their actions and that there are interventions in place that support healing from childhood trauma and adversity? 

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The 3rd Ed of The Brightness of Stars is out in May 2022 and this short series of videos introduces you to some of the contributors.

Meet Dianne, one of the original contributors talks about how writing about her experiences 'opened a door', heightened her awareness and the impact that the experience of being in care had on her. 

The 3rd Ed has brand new contributors bringing the book up to date, additional reflections from ...

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The 3rd Ed of The Brightness of Stars is out in May 2022 and this short series of videos introduces you to some of the contributors.

Meet Isabelle, one of the youngest contributors sharing why contributing a chapter was so important to her, the act of processing trauma through writing her chapter and the importance of sharing shared lived experiences. 

The book has brand new contributors bringing the book up to date, reflections from...

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The 3rd Ed of The Brightness of Stars is out in May 2022 and this short series of videos introduces you to some of the contributors.

Meet Pav, one of the original contributors talk candidly about our time on Women's Hour, the healing power of being involved in the book, life as a Muslim in the children's home and how we should never stop reaching out to children and young people even when they won't let us! 

The 3rd Ed h...

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The 3rd Ed of The Brightness of Stars is out on 22nd May 2022 and this short series of videos introduces you to some of the contributors.

Meet Jamie, sharing the impact of finding people with similar experiences and how that has led him to focus on community, connection and collaboration. He also begins to explore the intersection of care with sexuality. 

The book has brand new contributors bringing the book up to date, reflections f...

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The 3rd Ed of The Brightness of Stars is out on 22nd May 2022 and this short series of videos introduces you to some of the contributors.

Meet Tim, one of the original contributors from the 1st Ed written back in 2013/2014 sharing the reflective process of looking back at where he was and where he is now. 
You can order your copy here:

Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Brightness-Stars-Stories-Experienced-Inspire/dp/1032191589/ref=...

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The 3rd Ed of The Brightness of Stars is out on 22nd May 2022 and this short series of videos introduces you to some of the contributors.

Meet Shaunna, one of the youngest contributors sharing why taking part was so important to her. The book has brand new contributors bringing the book up to date, reflections from the original contributors and poetry. Shaunna is one of the new contributors. 

You can order your copy here....

Amazon: h...

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A deep discussion on parenting, the menopause and translating the science of neurobiology.

Kate on Twitter : @katesilverton
Kate on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katesilverton/
Kate's Book: There's No Such Thing as Naughty

Lisa on Twitter: @_lisacherry
Lisa's Book:? Conversations That Make A Difference for Children and Young People


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A short interview about the book Conversations That Make a Difference for Children and Young People by contributing organisation, To The Moon and Back.

You can buy the book here:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Conversations-Difference-Children-Young-People/dp/0367644010/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

Here is a review found on Amazon from Dr Christopher Moore:

What an achievement by Lisa Cherry. This book...

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A live Book Launch event recorded on Zoom with 5 authors releasing books this year on the subject of trauma, relationships and connection.

Lisa's Book:
http://bit.ly/conversationswithyou

and a FREE chapter download:
https://bit.ly/chapter4you

Andi's Book:
http://bit.ly/andibrierley

Mark's Book:
http://bit.ly/markfinnis

Karen's Book:
http://bit.ly/karentreisman

Adele's Book:
http://bit.ly/adelebates

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**Warning for listeners** This Episode references violence and abuse towards women and children throughout.

This conversation, while booked weeks ago, is recorded in light of Sarah Everard’s body being found and a Met Police Officer being charged and named.

Reclaim These Streets, having organised the Clapham Vigil which has since been considered illegal by the Met Police, have set up a page to raise £320,000 to donate to women's ...

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Dee and Rosie join Lisa Cherry to talk about a new Digital Archive called Care Experience and Culture.

Twitter: @CareExp_Culture

Press Release: https://careleaversinfiction.wordpress.com/2021/02/11/care-experience-culture-2/

Dee Michell is Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Criminology & Gender Studies at the University of Adelaide. She was made a Ward of the South Australian State in 1960 and remained in foster care for 15 years. ...

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In this episode, Kathy Evans, CEO of Children England interviews Lisa Cherry on her new upcoming book "Conversations That Make A Difference To Children and Young People; Relationship Focused Practice From The Frontline" out in May 2021.

You can pre order the book here:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/0367644010/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i2

Kathy Evans  on twitter: 
https://twitter.com/Kathy_CEO_CE
Website:
https://www.c...

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