Saturday, 31 October 2020

Dr Jim Lemon - Part 2

 Season 3 Episode 35

P-Soupers - welcome to Part 2 of my chat with Dr Jim Lemon. Jim is the Head of the Medical Paediatric Psychology Services in NHS Dumfries and Galloway. He's been using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) with children and young people who have long-term health conditions, and their families. This work has also extended beyond individuals and families to using ACT in multidisciplinary clinics, with teams and on hospital wards.

We cover a lot of ground in our chat. Jim charts the evolution of the adoption of the matrix and the prosocial approach to change within families and within and between teams and service in the NHS. To hear his illustrative examples and the way he describes the impact and growth of the approach is part of who he is as a human, generous and humble. When you listen I'm predicting that you'll feel the potential of the approach too. After listening to Jim you'll probably want to sign up for his workshop at the ACBS UK & ROI Conference in November.

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Loads more podcast platforms here.


You can support the podcast here - pop something in the virtual tip-jar (well actually - pledge £3 quid!) - thanks so much!


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Shownotes

If you're interested in the Association for Contextual Behavioural Science UK & ROI Conference in November - where Jim is delivering a workshop - you can find out 
more here

Here's my version of the matrix that Jim talked me through in our chat!





Here's a link to Joe Oliver's article on Psychology Today - Low Self-Esteem and other superpowers.

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Sunday, 4 October 2020

Dr Jim Lemon - Part 1

Season 3 Episode 34

P-Soupers - welcome to Part 1 of my chat with Dr Jim Lemon. Jim is the Head of the Medical Paediatric Psychology Services in NHS Dumfries and Galloway. He's been using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) with children and young people who have long-term health conditions, and their families. This work has also extended beyond individuals and families to using ACT in multidisciplinary clinics, with teams and on hospital wards.

In part one we get to hear about Jim's career history, his route to a career in clinical psychology and paediatrics and a little taster of his work using ACT. You'll also get to hear about his mysterious (non) appearances in blockbuster films and his unusual song choice.

Links





Loads more podcast platforms here.


You can support the podcast here - pop something in the virtual tip-jar (well actually - pledge £3 quid!) - thanks so much!


Social media links

Shownotes


If you're interested in the Association for Contextual Behavioural Science UK & ROI Conference in November - where Jim is delivering a workshop - you can find out more here

If you'd like to find out more about the Flexibility @ Work Programme and Module 4 - where we focussed on Flexible, Contextual Leadership - click here.
And if you'd like to see the brilliant video I mentioned in The Gallery from Dr Tom Richardson - on metaphors for the mind you can find it here - you can also find Tom on Twitter.

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