DiscoverMad Covid Conversations
Mad Covid Conversations
Claim Ownership

Mad Covid Conversations

Author: Mad Covid

Subscribed: 3Played: 36
Share

Description

Mad Conversations is a podcast about contemporary issues affecting the mad community. Each episode features a casual conversation between people who have lived experience of mental distress / illness, about key issues affecting their day to day lives. Mad Conversations is a MadCovid production which will continue and build on the conversations and personal testimonies featured in our Mad Covid Diaries and Voices projects. Mad Conversations will take a broader approach, beyond COVID19, and will feature contemporary issues including intersectionality, race, diagnosis, sexuality, politics and much more. Our aim is the same as it’s always been: to centre the voices and experiences of those who have not felt heard.
13 Episodes
Reverse
In this episode, we hear from Mad Covid diarist Sunitha about her experience with mental health over the past year, and beyond.  Read some of Sunitha's diary entries here, and find the rest of the Mad Covid Diary here  Find more from us at madcovid.com, follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @MadCovid  Music is Slow Granite by Clipdad 
Welcome to part 3 of our conversation with Soraya Stuart from Black Minds Matter and Jacq Applebee from Bisexuals of Colour. Talking points include: Anti-Blackness and racism in Mental Health services BLM protests Living in a racist society - accessibility and representation Follow Black Minds Matter at https://www.instagram.com/blackmindsmatter.uk/ Read the blog from Bisexuals of Colour at https://bisofcolour.home.blog/ Find more from us at madcovid.com, follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @MadCovid Music is Slow Granite from Clipdad 
Welcome to part 1 of our conversation with Lawrence Benson and Uncle Errol. Talking points include: Diagnosis and access to care 'Toxic' masculinity and manliness Racism and learned behaviours. See more of Uncle Errols performances and poetry at https://www.wordonthekerb.com/  Find more from us at madcovid.com, follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @MadCovid Music is Slow Granite from Clipdad  
This is part 3 of our conversation about BPD, EUPD and struggles with diagnosis. Talking points include: Stigma and other barriers to speaking out Attitudes from professionals Treatment Structural inequalities Thanks to Laura Wood for joining us for this conversation and sharing their experiences. Read more in Lauras book : All My Worldly Joy - a memoir of motherhood and mental health   Find more at madcovid.com, follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @MadCovid Music is Slow Granite from Clipdad 
Welcome to part 1 of our conversation with Lawrence Benson and Uncle Errol. Talking points include: Diagnosis and access to care 'Toxic' masculinity and manliness Racism and learned behaviours. As a warning, this episode contains the use of racist slurs in a conversation about racism and school bullying, which some listeners may find distressing. See more of Uncle Errols performances and poetry at https://www.wordonthekerb.com/ Find more from us at madcovid.com, follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @MadCovid Music is Slow Granite from Clipdad 
Welcome to part 3 of our conversation with Sarah Burrell about diversity and inclusion. Talking points include: The difference between diversity and inclusion Expectations in education, academia and working life Coronavirus and lockdown Follow Sarah on Twitter: @Inclusion_SB Read more about her work in training and consultancy at: https://www.sarahburrell.co.uk/ Stay up to date with her free online sessions via EventBrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/sarah-burrell-inclusion-19746191503 Find more from us at madcovid.com, follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @MadCovid Music is Slow Granite from Clipdad
This is part 2 of our conversation about BPD, EUPD and struggles with diagnosis. Talking points include: Stigma and other barriers to speaking out Attitudes from professionals Treatment Structural inequalities Thanks to Laura Wood for joining us for this conversation and sharing their experiences. Read more in Lauras book : All My Worldly Joy - a memoir of motherhood and mental health   Find more at madcovid.com, follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @MadCovid Music is Slow Granite from Clipdad
Welcome to part 2 of our conversation with Soraya Stuart from Black Minds Matter and Jacq Applebee from Bisexuals of Colour. Talking points include: Anti-Blackness and racism in Mental Health services BLM protests Living in a racist society - accessibility and representation Follow Black Minds Matter at https://www.instagram.com/blackmindsmatter.uk/ Read the blog from Bisexuals of Colour at https://bisofcolour.home.blog/ Find more from us at madcovid.com, follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @MadCovid Music is Slow Granite from Clipdad
Welcome to part 2 of our conversation with Sarah Burrell about diversity and inclusion. Talking points include: The difference between diversity and inclusion Expectations in education, academia and working life Coronavirus and lockdown Follow Sarah on Twitter: @Inclusion_SB Read more about her work in training and consultancy at: https://www.sarahburrell.co.uk/ Stay up to date with her free online sessions via EventBrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/sarah-burrell-inclusion-19746191503 Find more from us at madcovid.com, follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @MadCovid Music is Slow Granite from Clipdad
This is part 1 of our conversation about BPD, EUPD and struggles with diagnosis.  Talking points include:  Stigma and other barriers to speaking out Attitudes from professionals Treatment Structural inequalities Thanks to Laura Wood for joining us for this conversation and sharing their experiences. Read more in Lauras book : All My Worldly Joy - a memoir of motherhood and mental health Find more at madcovid.com, follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @MadCovid Music is Slow Granite from Clipdad
Welcome to part 1 of our conversaion with Sarah Burrell about diversity and inclusion. Talking points include: The difference between diversity and inclusion Expectations in education, academia and working life Coronavirus and lockdown Follow Sarah on Twitter: @Inclusion_SB  Read more about her work in training and consultancy at: https://www.sarahburrell.co.uk/  Book tickets to her free online sessions on Inclusion on Monday Sept 28th and Friday Oct 2nd: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/inclusion-more-than-just-diversity-tickets-120231598949 Find more from us at madcovid.com, follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @MadCovid Music is Slow Granite from Clipdad
Welcome to part 1 of our conversation with Soraya Stuart from Black Minds Matter and Jacq Applebee from Bisexuals of Colour. Talking points include:  Anti-Blackness and racism in Mental Health services BLM protests Living in a racist society - accessibility and representation Follow Black Minds Matter at https://www.instagram.com/blackmindsmatter.uk/ Read the blog from Bisexuals of Colour at https://bisofcolour.home.blog/ Find more from us at madcovid.com, follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @MadCovid Music is Slow Granite from Clipdad
Welcome to Mad Covid Conversations from the Mad Covid team.  In this episode, get to meet the team of Bethan, Ellie, Jo, Nell and Will, and hear our experiences of mental health and coronavirus. The podcast is a MadCovid production which will continue and build on the conversations and personal testimonies featured in our Mad Covid Diaries and Voices projects. Find more of those at madcovid.com, and follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @MadCovid Music is Slow Granite from Clipdad 
Comments 
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store