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Back on Track Current Learners' Stories (2010)

This second Back on Track video from the Highbury College/Headspace partnership in Portsmouth includes interviews with:

  • Pam Ringland (Senior Occupational Therapist at the Headspace Early Intervention in Psychosis team in Portsmouth) describes how the Back on Track programme works to challenge stigma and discrimination and support recovery in young people who have experienced first episode and why delivering the therapeutic element of Back on Track in a learning environment helps to buidl young people's confidence and self-esteem and helps to challenge self-stigma .
  • Linda Medlow (course tutor at Highbury) describes how  Back on Track's step up and step down model works and how learners are supported to progress from Back on Track
  • Current learners who share their experiences of Back on Track and their aspirations for learning and employment

The link for this resource will take you to the video on our MHFE YouTube Channel - which is made available with thanks to the Highbury/Headspace partnership that created Back on Track.

Resource Type: 
Online resource
Resource Publisher: 
Highbury College
Resource Year: 
2010
Resource Month: 
October