Podcast: Working so that people don’t need us anymore
John McGowan talks to six clinical psychology trainees just about to qualify
Every September we say goodbye to a qualifying cohort of our clinical psychology trainees. They’ve been with us for three years and it’s always a pongiant moment. This year John McGowan sat down with six of our leavers to talk about their hope for qualified life and the challenges of planning a career in public service. The discussion ranged from the kind of teams they want to work in to whether health services are always the best place to help people. We’d like to thank all of the participants: Abi Davison-Jenkins, Marguerite Gallagher, Helen Layton, Rebecca Newman, Hannah Prytherch and Owen Thompson. We’ll miss you!
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Links to things we talked about in the show:
The Power Threat Meaning Framework is available here.
A recent talk by John on suicide prevention is available here.
A piece by our colleague Jennie Bristow on Mental Health First Aid in schools can be found here.
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Producer: John McGowan