I'm now working on some writing projects around Stigma and Othering, and Critical Mental Health Nursing: Exploring Recovery that are in their early stages and welcome potential collaborators from all backgrounds.
My key interests are developing critical recovery oriented approaches, narrative competency, and psychological therapies.
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