In this episode I’m talking with Dr Pooky Knightsmith, who recently completed her PhD at the Institute of Psychiatry at King’s College London. Pooky was working in child and adolescent mental health for several years before her PhD, and continued to work in that area during the seven years that she did her research. It was really interesting to hear about Pooky’s journey, and to hear about what she has planned next. She is a speaker, trainer and author in her field, and you can find out more about what she does at In Our Hands. She’s also on Twitter as @PookyH.
The next episode is scheduled to be up on May 1st! As it is Episode 25 there will be something a little different… If you have any questions or comments then please get in touch, either via the site, by email or by tweeting at me. It would be really great to hear from people who are interested in coming on the podcast: if we’ve corresponded before and for one reason or another not arranged something then please get in touch again and we’ll set something up!
Thanks for listening!
Nathan (@DrRyder and @VivaSurvivors)
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