Focusing on stories of how lived experience recovery and collaborative processes can be harnessed to shape mental health reform, the podcast seeks to explore where the psychiatric movement came from, who we are today as consumers and/or carers and how lived experience can effectively collaborate as we move towards more collaborative clinical and non-clinical futures of societal healing.
Hear from our leaders and elders in mental health reform, lived experience researchers, clinicians, advocates and of course peer workers in employed, independent and volunteer roles as they share what has inspired and challenged them, what their hopes for are our futures in what social healing might truly look like and why they choose to do the work that they do
In most podcasts the host will drive the podcast and ask a series of questions. We the lived experience community however have often found the telling of our truths hijacked in the media by editorial processes driven by editors and content creators. That's why this podcast has been developed in true co-production and collaborative style. Themes and interview questions are determined between the podcast host and guests in pre-production phase and guests retain editorial consultation and final approval and full collaborative legal rights.
Focusing on the rise of the consumer movement, this podcast explores, the development of the peer workforce, the challenges of intersectionality, the birthing of new ways of being. and the power of mental health reform. This podcast has been privately funded by The Lived Perspective. We'd love to hear from you if you'd like to help us finance Season 2 in 2023. Want to chat more? Flick your questions through to us. We love to hear from you. Alternatively, you can donate to the Go Fund Me Campaign here.