TeaTalks are a series of recorded and analysed conversations and debates (yes we will be filming and taking photos) that create actionable (doable) outcomes. The concept is to hold open debates that flow rather than setting formally structured interview questions. I uses a creative approach to an Asset Based Community development Model to generate personal, interpersonal, community and social change from the Grassroots up, not the Top layers down.Read More
By truly focusing on reconstructing the Storytellers real, richer and fuller story, you, by default promote the good work of your organisation's support of the storyteller. Sharing someone's story should not have a primary focus of promoting ourselves, our organisations but rather to wake the storyteller up from their unconscious self-bias and self-defeating algorithms of inner life.
By focusing solely on this we do two extra things in the most beautiful and authentic way….Read More
TeaTalks & Community Conversations. (Season 01, Episode 01) Talking about Mental Health Services.
Season One opens with highlights of spontaneous conversations around 'Mental Health Systems and Services'. Filmed at Crafty B's arts and crafts table in Central Library Blackpool, people with lived experience of Mental Health Systems discuss the good, as well as the not so great stuff that might need some adjustments and improvements.Read More
Journal's TeaTalks & Community Conversations is a process of generating and recording real honest conversations about peoples lives and the systems and communities they live with and within. Season One looks at peoples lived experience of Mental Health & Mental Health systems, the good, the bad and the solutions that may help shape and change things for the better.Read More