Individual Partner:  Siobhan Finnegan

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Brief Description of Work: Deputy Manager at Tower Hamlets Recovery College / Occupational Therapist

I support the facilitation of co-produced courses that are co-delivered by Peer Tutors and Tutors by Profession. These courses include educational material on mental health and social issues. I also supervise Peer Tutors in provided one to one support for our students.

Key Words: Resident in: UK; Working in: UK; Area(s) of Interest in VBPEducation, Meeting/ASS (Advanced Studies Seminar),Policy/Commissioning,Policy around health in inequities ,Research/philosophy – gender, race, class, disability and sexuality on health outcomes,Services/person-centered,co-production and the importance of lived experience knowledge, Open Dialogue  

 Related Area(s) of Interest:,Ethics,Health economics,Medical humanities – sociology and Epistemic Injustice ,

Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Complementary medicine – Somatic Body Work,Mental health/General,Mental health – Relational and Gendered expressions of Trauma,Occupational Therapy, Attachment and Neurobiology of Trauma,Service user, Healing Justice and the Power Threat Meaning Framework

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