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Location (town and country)
nottingham
Institution
Making Waves / Advocacy in Action / University of Nottingham
Discipline
Training and Education
Job title
Making Waves - Training and Education Coordinator / Advocacy in Action - Director - Trainer and Consultant / Visiting Lecturer University of Nottingham
Areas of interest and expertise
service user led development, delivery, assessment of Health, Social Care and Social Work Education

the pain and joy of my personal experience

enabling spaces where the least well heard voices are included and counted

commitment to address:
domestic violence,'honour' faith and gender-based oppressions,
issues of trafficking and modern slavery,
mental health and well-being iro armed combat and veterans
Reason for joining the mhhehub
network with people who share specific interests and/or
involvement around issues of mental health and well-being

authenticate and validate, celebrate and challenge, support and love, create a mutual culture of hope and possibility
Website:
http://www.makingwaves.org

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LIVED EXPERIENCE OF PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT

Posted on March 19, 2014 at 16:12 0 Comments

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Create Hope By Spreading Stigma

Posted on November 30, 2013 at 20:16 0 Comments

Create Hope By Spreading Stigma?

http://prideinmadness.wordpress.com/2013/11/30/create-hope-by-spreading-stigma/

Great post from Kirsten Bellows - Canadian E by E

Any thoughts on this campaign?

Your Pain Is The Breaking Of The Shell

Posted on November 26, 2013 at 11:00 2 Comments

'... your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding ... '. Khalil Gibran



Negative Emotions Are Key to Well-Being

Feeling sad, mad, critical or otherwise awful? Surprise: negative emotions are essential for mental health



http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=negative-emotions-key-well-being



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CREATIVE MALADJUSTMENT WEEK HAS ARRIVED

Posted on July 6, 2013 at 19:30 2 Comments

Please join in:
http://www.mindfreedom.org/
A global celebration of critical reflection and non-violent action - explore the roots of bad solutions and replace them with kindness creativity and non-conformism -
Action from the heart - July 7 - July 13 - and after

Comment Wall (31 comments)

At 15:03 on January 10, 2013, Matthew Gough said…

congratulations on your new role at Making Waves. That sounds like a really good partnership which I hope we can benefit from. I had tried calling you a while back and the email I had failed for you, just to let you know that we still are waiting to hear about the honorary award for this year. Fingers still crossed!

At 15:12 on January 10, 2013, julie gosling said…

ooooh great Matt - well it was an honour to be asked - whether or not I receive the accolade - thank you all for nominating me - its good to be here at MW and hope we can help you at Nottingham Trent - shall we meet up soon??

At 18:51 on January 13, 2013, Bill Penson said…

Hello Julie,

Welcome to the MHHE hub.  Feel free to post, use the various functions and explore the site.  The hub is a great way of posting across the 300+ members as well as advertising events, taking part in our chat sessions, discussions etc.I see already you're in touch with folk here- great!

Best

Bill

At 17:47 on January 14, 2013, julie gosling said…
Heyyy Bill - please excuse me if you get this twice - I'm still learning - thank you for your warm greeting - it makes a real difference! - yes I'm hooking up with my usual suspects and a few unusual ones to boot - I look forward to some active networking - my kind regards - Julie
At 14:10 on January 15, 2013, Janie Greville said…

Thank you very much Julie - I'm delighted to link with you :-) Your poster is great - quite inspirational: I'm still laughing!! ;-)

Janie

At 18:19 on January 25, 2013, Anne Felton said…

Thanks Julie, me too!

Anne

At 18:54 on January 28, 2013, David Pearson said…

Thanks for adding me too Julie, hope you're doing well!

At 16:29 on January 29, 2013, Jill Anderson said…

Thanks Julie, for all that you are doing to make things more interactive on the mhhehub! 

At 11:49 on February 2, 2013, Duncan John Marshall Purslow said…

Dear Julie,

I am retired from teaching so do not actually use my service user experience in that way, though I have been on various focus groups and research groups through 'Suresearch', a group in Birmingham.  I feel it would be expanding your remit too wide to join the group under these circumstances though I will be interested to read what people have to say if that is available.  Thanks,  Duncan

 

At 12:29 on February 2, 2013, Thurstine Basset said…

Hi Julie - good to link up with you

cheers

Thurstine

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