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Dr Caryl Sibbett updated their profile
Jan 20, 2016
julie gosling left a comment for Dr Caryl Sibbett
"Thank you for your friendship Caryl and yes I'd love to share"
Apr 1, 2013
Dr Caryl Sibbett and julie gosling are now friends
Mar 31, 2013
Dr Caryl Sibbett left a comment for Dr Caryl Sibbett
"Hi Julie, thanks for the feedback. Your work sounds very interesting and I'd welcome learning more about it. Growth can indeed be uncomfortable at times."
Mar 31, 2013
julie gosling left a comment for Dr Caryl Sibbett
"hey Caryl - I found your application of troublesome knowledge to the health arena most relevant and readable - i have been using the notion of 'growing spaces' and liminal encounters for some years in the shared learning interface between…"
Feb 2, 2013
Dr Caryl Sibbett left a comment for Jill Anderson
"Hi Jill, thank you for this encouraging feedback. I am still developing this concept and looking at it in a variety of disciplines and contexts. I would be keen to attend a conference in the future. Best wishes, Caryl"
Dec 14, 2012
Jill Anderson left a comment for Dr Caryl Sibbett
"Welcome to the mhhehub Caryl.  Your work on 'nettlesome knowledge' was felt to be extremely helpful by people who attended our conference a couple of years…"
Dec 7, 2012
Dr Caryl Sibbett is now a member of Mental Health in Higher Education Hub
Dec 7, 2012

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Location (town and country)
Belfast
Discipline
Counselling / Psychotherapy, Art Psychotherapy, Training, Research
Job title
Consultant
Areas of interest and expertise
Counselling, psychotherapy, art psychotherapy, supervision, "nettlesome knowledge", liminality, arts-based research, education, wellbeing, systems.
Reason for joining the mhhehub
Learning and sharing about mental health and wellbeing; practice, learning and teaching.

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At 12:43 on December 7, 2012, Jill Anderson said…

Welcome to the mhhehub Caryl.  Your work on 'nettlesome knowledge' was felt to be extremely helpful by people who attended our conference a couple of years ago: 

http://www.mhhe.heacademy.ac.uk/news-and-events/living-and-learning-proceedings/

At 18:48 on February 2, 2013, julie gosling said…
hey Caryl - I found your application of troublesome knowledge to the health arena most relevant and readable - i have been using the notion of 'growing spaces' and liminal encounters for some years in the shared learning interface between students / pq candidates and service user educators - we created some dynamic shared experiences

i love the vivid metaphor of grasping the nettle - learning spaces can and maybe should be uncomfortable at times
At 15:39 on March 31, 2013, Dr Caryl Sibbett said…

Hi Julie, thanks for the feedback. Your work sounds very interesting and I'd welcome learning more about it. Growth can indeed be uncomfortable at times.

At 23:46 on April 1, 2013, julie gosling said…
Thank you for your friendship Caryl and yes I'd love to share

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CAIPE twitter chat on service user and carer involvement in IPE

Posted by Jill Anderson on August 14, 2017 at 16:46 0 Comments

The Centre for Advancement of Interprofessional Education has scheduled a twitter chat on 24th August from 7-8pm (UK time).

The following questions will be posted during the twitter chat hour.

1.      What are your experiences of learning from patients, service users and carers in IPE?  What did you learn from them?

2.      How much power should service users have in IPE?

3.      What role, if any, do service users have to play in IPE post qualification?

4.      If…

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How human givens differs from other therapy approaches

Posted by gemma chapman on August 14, 2017 at 16:20 0 Comments

How human givens differs from other therapy approaches

People often ask how the human givens (HG) approach differs from other therapeutic approaches. Indeed, we were asked by the Professional Standards Authority when the HGI register was being assessed for accreditation. This is what we told…

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Nature and wellbeing - links

Posted by Jill Anderson on August 14, 2017 at 8:29 0 Comments

Following the CCrAMHP meeting in Lancaster on 11 August, we created a collection of links on nature and wellbeing.  Many of these relate to the local area but there are some more general links as well, so am posting the URL in case of interest. 

View the collection here.

Mind Our Minds - a learning resource

Posted by Jill Anderson on August 7, 2017 at 15:30 0 Comments

Mind Our Minds aims to make sure UK citizens are provided with mental health services that give everyone that uses them a good quality service when they need them.

They have produced some 'patient opinions' which may be of use in informing learning and teaching, and would welcome feedback.  See here: …

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Surviving Work in Healthcare: helpful stuff for people on the frontline

Posted by Jill Anderson on August 7, 2017 at 10:54 0 Comments

The book takes as its starting point the crisis of healthcare in the UK: impossible health targets managed through command and control management and a stomach-churning rise in racism, whistleblowing and victimisation in the NHS. The use of nationally set productivity targets combined with austerity cuts have increasingly put clinical best-practice into direct conflict with funding. Health targets have become politically controlled, and performance has become a cynical exercise in ticking…

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A drop of sunshine

Posted by Jill Anderson on August 6, 2017 at 9:00 0 Comments

Published on 8 Oct 2014 'this film takes a controversial and contrarian view towards recovery from schizophrenia, proposing that the only treatment that can work is one where the so-called ‘patient’ is encouraged and empowered to become an equal partner in the process of healing'. Directed by Aparna Sanyal.

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A useful teaching resource?  Respond in comments below if you have used it.

Creativity and Social Support in Mental Health: Service users' perspectives

Posted by Jill Anderson on August 2, 2017 at 9:43 0 Comments

This book weaves together service users' lived experiences of mental health recovery and ideas about how creative activities such as art, music, and creative reading and writing can promote it, particularly within social and community settings.

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Two books about depression

Posted by Jill Anderson on July 28, 2017 at 22:06 0 Comments

Ordinarily well: the case for antidepressants

In Ordinarily Well, the celebrated psychiatrist and author Peter D. Kramer examines the growing controversy about the popular medications. A practicing doctor who trained as a psychotherapist and worked with pioneers in psychopharmacology, Kramer combines moving accounts of his patients' dilemmas with an…

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Reflecting on Threshold Concepts: an introductory tool

Posted by Jill Anderson on July 26, 2017 at 21:00 0 Comments

Threshold concepts are ideas or ways of looking at things that enable a deep grasp of something in the world; the phrase ‘threshold’ signifies the crossing that a learner is enable to make between superficial knowledge and a deeper and irreversible understanding. The Threshold concepts introductory tool is for anyone wishing to understand and apply a cluster of ideas around threshold concepts and the learning that occurs when students encounter troublesome ideas that transform their…

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