- Episode 2: Kelly Waters-Radcliffe on program design, therapeutic perspectives, progress monitoring and a lot more.
- Episode 19: Dr. Gary Burlingame and Sue Jenkins
- Episode 18: Jeff Wilson
- Episode 17: Rob Long
- Episode 16: Clara Hughes on the power of nature, mental health and the healing journey
- Episode 15: Dr. Scott Miller
- Episode 14: Right Use of Power
- Episode 13: Dr. Keith Russell on research and evaluation, advice to students and paddle-boarding in the rain
- Episode 12: Chris Sullivan on social work education, working with “liar” kids & more.
- Episode 11: Letters to Addiction
- Episode 10: Glynnis Lieb on addiction and mental health from 3000ft
- Episode 9: Margo Talbot on the canary in the coal mine, the 100th monkey, and other interesting things
- Episode 8: Jann Arden on golf, charity and Kentucky Fried Chicken.
- Episode 7: Lisa Arsenault on addictions treatment and the magic of witnessing change
- Episode 6: Dr. Lee Gillis on Experiential Learning, Outcomes and Evaluation and his journey in psychology
- Episode 5: Candace Windisch on what makes kids successful and the importance of building community
- Episode 4: Liam Law on being a youth worker and the role of progress monitoring in treatment
- Episode 3: Stephen de Groot on being a transformation architect in the social services field
- Episode 1: Joe Roberts discusses homelessness, addiction and how he’s “pushing for change”.
This week we catch up with Kelly Waters-Radcliffe, R. Psych, the family therapist and clinical supervisor at Enviros Base Camp.
Though Kelly spent a number of years away from the study of psychology, his journeys taught him a great deal about the human capacity for change and helped him deepen into his life’s passion: namely, helping to create movement in the lives of people who have for various reasons found themselves ‘stuck.’
Now a registered psychologist, Kelly has provided services to individuals, families and groups presenting with a variety of issues ranging from stress and depression to domestic violence, addiction and eating disorders. Kelly finds that the issues people bring to counseling ‘make sense’ as expressions of human needs. Therapy with Kelly then becomes about locating those needs and working with people to bring forth the inner resources to meet those needs in healthy ways. He is highly influenced by the work of Michael White and Narrative Therapy and has, most recently, become interested in practices of focused attention, such as found in clinical hypnosis and guided meditation, as a way of connecting with inner means for overcoming problems.