We discussed the complexities of the healthcare system and how that often fall short when working with people who are diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder.
The aim of this episode was to create a grassroots resource about how the Kawa came to fruition as I strongly believe that in order to get the most out of the model, understanding its roots is imperative.
Right from the very start, I said if a handful of people learned something or took something away from the podcast it would be worth the time
This episode we explore the concept of sexualisation how that relates to identity and what this means for Occupational Therapy practitioners.
On December 8th I went public about my journey with depression. Some people asked for more, asked for an episode. So here it is.
Rhiannon Crispe describers herself as "a salty soul, health enthusiast, sun chaser and blessed mumma & wife. A dreamer and a doer. A goal setter and a go-getter. A change agent and a game changer. And also a proud Occupational Therapist and business ow...
I wanted to look at why soooo many people fail their resolutions and an alternative method that I use and you might find more successful!
Having this discussion about language and how we as therapist use it to frame and situate our therapeutic relationship, power and recovery for the people that we work with.
I've spoken many times about the impact public portrayal of OT has on our profession. In my opinion, I can see how condoning some of these memes could be doing us damage.
Dev is on a mission. A mission for inclusion. A mission for happiness. A mission for equal rights. A mission for acceptance.