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The See Me Podcast
Our vision is to end mental health stigma and discrimination, enabling people who experience mental health problems to live fulfilled lives.
4 days ago
A Chat With The Chief Nurse
This week our feature interview is with Scotland's Chief Nurse, Fiona McQueen, who chats about why she wants to end stigma for both patients, and all nurses. Regular hosts Dee and Nick are also joined by our health care improvement advisor Tom and monitoring officer Clare to chat about issues in health care. We'd love to hear your opinions on the podcast, let us know what you think here www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/1HDB0M/ Music by Losing Ground
Jul 2, 2020
It Doesn't Get More Powerful
This week Dee and Nick are joined by See Me's health and social care improvement adviser Tom and our feature interview is with Linda Findlay, the associate medical director of NHS South Lanarkshire. We're chatting about Linda's role in advising See Me, how national methods of tackling stigma have been rolled out in Lanarkshire and what steps we need to take in health care. We'd love to hear your opinions on the podcast, let us know what you think here www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/1HDB0M/ Music by Losing Ground
Jun 25, 2020
Swimming with Dolphins
This week Dee and Nick are joined by Clare, See Me's monitoring and research officer to chat about the impact of stigma and discrimination in workplace, communities and the difference sharing your story can make. The feature interview this week is our volunteer Susan, who has been having huge impacts in all these areas of her life. We also hear how volunteering to tackle mental health stigma led to her swimming with dolphins. We'd love to hear your opinions on the podcast, let us know what you think here https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/1HDB0M/ Music by Losing Ground
Jun 18, 2020
I would drive 500 miles
This week Dee and Nick are joined by our social movement officer Lynn, to chat about how activists are making a difference in workplaces and communities all over Scotland. Our feature interview is from our Champion Karen, who with fellow Champion Suzie, has gone on three epic 600 mile road trips around Scotland for Time to Talk day. Hear about how they got on out on the road, as well as how Karen has been influencing workplaces, and See Me itself. We'd love to hear your opinions on the podcast, let us know what you think here https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/1HDB0M/ Music by Losing Ground
Jun 11, 2020
Why Don't People Understand?
In this episode Dee and nick are joined by Davy from See Me's social movement team. Our feature interview is from our Champion Liam, speaking about his experiences of schizophrenia and the stigma that comes with that. He also speaks about starting a choir where he can bring people together in a safe space. The team discuss why some mental health condition still experience more stigma than others. We'd love to hear your opinions on the podcast, let us know what you think here https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/1HDB0M/ Music from Losing ground.
Jun 4, 2020
Men, Work and Mental Health
This week Dee and Nick are joined by our workplace manager Patty and monitoring officer Clare. Our feature interview this week is with our Champion Gary about the huge impact he has made at his work in tackling mental health stigma and discrimination, which has led to a change in his career. He also chats about starting up his own men's peer support group, Mind the Men. You can find out more about the journey of our social movement at https://report.seemescotland.org/. We'd love to hear your opinions on the podcast, let us know what you think here https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/1HDB0M/ Music from Losing Ground
May 28, 2020
Don't Judge a Book
This week in our Journey of a Social Movement podcast we are joined by our champion Bridget, who speaks about how she has gone from never wanting to speak in public, to leading hundreds of people in community events and creating her own project to speak about mental health based on books. This week Dee and Nick our joined by See Me social movement officer Maeve. We'd love to hear your opinions on the podcast, let us know what you think here https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/1HDB0M/ Music by Losing Ground
May 21, 2020
Gail Porter Chats About her Journey with Mental Health
TV presenter and mental health campaigner chats to See Me about her experiences of struggling with her mental health, her life, and what we can all do to help tackle stigma. We also have a chat from the See Me team, as Dee and Nick are joined this week by Graeme. We'd love to hear your opinions on the podcast, let us know what you think here https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/1HDB0M/ Music from Losing Ground
Apr 7, 2020
Don't Stop Talking
This week the See Me team sit down to chat about how people's mental health is being impacted during the COVID19 outbreak. They'll be chatting about highs and lows during lock down, how people are staying connected, what role tackling stigma has right now, our Pass the Badge campaign, and three of our volunteers chat about how they've been looking after their mental health over the last few weeks. Music as always from Losing Ground.
1 hr 2 min
Feb 13, 2020
Time To Talk
Nick, Dee and Davey look back at last week's Time to Talk day, chatting about music at the National Portrait Gallery, finger painting at university, taking a home made jelly fish 700 miles around Scotland and why people avoid talking about mental health. We also have interviews from our volunteers Suzie and Karen on their Time to Talk Tour and Jenn, on her experiences. Music from Losing Ground.
Dec 18, 2019
Communities, Christmas and Time to Talk
Nick, Davey and Maeve sit down to chat about the work that See Me volunteers are doing to tackle stigma in communities across Scotland. They also look back at some of their highlights from See Me over the last year, chat about Time to Talk Day, and Christmas. See Me volunteer Tina McGuff also sits down to chat with Jenny from Breakthrough in Dundee and Anne, from the Linda Tremble Foundation. Music from Losing Ground
Nov 13, 2019
Tackling Stigma Around The World
On our latest pod, we're looking at what is going on around the world to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination. Our staff and volunteers have been meeting up with organisations from across the globe, to see how they are trying to make a difference.
Aug 2, 2019
Severe, Enduring, Recovery and Hope
Nick and Dee are joined by a brand new See Me team member Davey, who you might recognise as the host of the Men Talk Health podcast, to chat about severe and enduring mental health problems. Davey speaks about his experience of Borderline Personality Disorder, while Nick interviews See Me volunteer Liam Rankin about his experiences of schizophrenia, and footballer David Cox on his experiences of self harm and attempted suicide. Dee also looks at how the media portray mental health conditions. We are discussing some difficult topics, so please be aware, in case it contains any potential triggers for you. We also have a brand new sound track, from the awesome, Losing Ground.
Jun 28, 2019
Walking the Talk
Nick and Dee from See Me chat all things mental health, fitness and tackling stigma. From chatting to people at the gym, to keeping things quiet from your football team We also have a feature from the launch of the awesome Paths for All toolkit, which is getting walking groups talking about mental health.
May 2, 2019
How do you say how you're feeling at work?
See Me Champion Karen sat down with four employees from Scotrail to hear about how they spoke about their mental health at work, the impact mental health had on their careers and how people around them reacted.