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The Chiropractic Philanthropist is a podcast created for Chiropractors. Weekly conversations with Chiropreneurs & Entrepreneurs that have experienced both the highs and lows of practice, business and life, what they have learned and applied from these struggles and challenges, and practical advice and encouragement to inspire you to new heights in Chiropractic practice.
 
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Please note this episode contains description of reporting on issues such as rape and cruelty to children that some listeners may find distressing. In this episode, Edwina talks to Danny Shaw, Head of Strategy and Insight at Crest Advisory and previously Home Affairs Correspondent at the BBC. Danny shares what it really means to cover court cases w…
 
Genesis Per/Con Conference, the Pediatric & Family Chiropractic Conference of the year December 2nd & 3rd 2021 in Nashville TN. 15 CE Hours have been applied for through North America. You can save 50% off your tickets for you and your team by using promo code KIDS at Checkout. Get info and tickets at www.ChiroPediatrics.net Drs. Theresa and Dr.Stu…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to a panel comprising of Jamie Morrell, Communications and Engagement Officer at the Criminal Justice Alliance, David Cohen, Campaigns and Investigations Editor at the Evening Standard and the Independent, and Jodie Jackson, Journalist and author researching the impact of the news on mental health. Edwina speaks to the…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Gethin Jones, founder of Unlocking Potential and inspirational speaker, trainer and coach. He talks about how the justice system has been a part of his whole life and drawing on his own experiences of prison, Gethin now dedicates his time to reforming the justice system and making it fit for purpose. Gethin shares t…
 
In 2013 Dr. Ian was named the youngest Alumni of the Year. That same year, inspired by a local 4 year old girl with stage 4 cancer, he started a nonprofit branch of my practice to expand access to the miracle of Chiropractic and holistic care for people in need. Shortly after, Dr. Ian read about a Federal program called Public Service Loan Forgiven…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Sandra Fieldhouse, team leader at Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons, who lead on inspecting all prisons and Young Offender Institutions in England and Wales and jointly inspect Secure Training Centres with Ofsted. Sandra talks about the important role of the Inspectorate in providing independent, additional scru…
 
Weekly conversations with Chiropractors that have experienced both the highs and lows of practice and life, what they have learned and applied from these struggles and challenges, and practical advice and encouragement to inspire you to new heights.
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Lisa Dando, Director of Brighton Women’s Centre (BWC) who help women from all backgrounds, facing all kinds of issues, to live happier lives. BWC work closely with women in the justice system including running a new pilot project to provide support to women at risk of breaching their community orders and going to pr…
 
Weekly conversations with Chiropractors that have experienced both the highs and lows of practice and life, what they have learned and applied from these struggles and challenges, and practical advice and encouragement to inspire you to new heights.
 
Weekly conversations with Chiropractors that have experienced both the highs and lows of practice and life, what they have learned and applied from these struggles and challenges, and practical advice and encouragement to inspire you to new heights.
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Deborah Murphy, Lead Occupational Therapist and Mental Health Manager at HMP Pentonville. Deborah was the driving force in redesigning the therapeutic services available in the prison to ensure that the wellbeing and mental health needs of people in prison were being assessed and addressed. She shares examples of ac…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Jo-Anne Welsh, CEO of the Oasis Project, an organisation that was set up by a group of women who felt their needs were not being met in the drug and alcohol services available. The Oasis Project helps women, children and families affected by drugs and alcohol by providing women-specific services and a trauma-informe…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Nina Champion, Director of the Criminal Justice Alliance (CJA), a network of 160 organisations working towards a fair and effective justice system. Nina shares the CJA’s important work on building a fit for purpose and diverse workforce, including tackling race and gender disparity and implementing processes of scru…
 
Please note this episode mentions loss of pregnancy and infant mortality that some listeners may find distressing. In this episode, Edwina talks to Dr Lucy Baldwin, Senior Lecturer in Criminology at De Montford University and previously, qualified social worker and probation officer. Lucy shares how her own experiences of stigma as a young mum infl…
 
Weekly conversations with Chiropractors that have experienced both the highs and lows of practice and life, what they have learned and applied from these struggles and challenges, and practical advice and encouragement to inspire you to new heights.
 
In this episode Edwina talks to Natasha Porter, Founder and Chief Executive of Unlocked Graduates, and Occy Cobb and Karan Rai about their experiences training to be Prison Officers through the organisation’s unique leadership development programme, and what they have learnt along the way. Natasha shares that her motivation to break cycles of reoff…
 
Please note that this episode contains graphic descriptions of the work and difficult themes of death, violence and murder that listeners may find distressing, including responding to war crimes and mass fatalities. In this episode Edwina talks to Professor Dame Sue Black, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Engagement at Lancaster University, Forensic Anthrop…
 
Weekly conversations with Chiropractors that have experienced both the highs and lows of practice and life, what they have learned and applied from these struggles and challenges, and practical advice and encouragement to inspire you to new heights.
 
This podcast contains depictions of violence that some listeners may find distressing. In this episode Edwina talks to Tracy Alexander, Director of Forensic Services for the City of London Police, President of the British Academy of Forensic Sciences and Fellow of King’s College London. Tracy walks us through the fascinating world of forensic scien…
 
This podcast discusses domestic abuse, coercive control, rape and sexual assault that listeners may find distressing. In this episode Edwina talks to Lilly Lewis, Domestic Abuse Campaigner about her incredibly moving story as a survivor of domestic violence and abuse and how Lilly’s involvement with an ex-partner led to her serving a seven-year pri…
 
This podcast contains real-life recordings of children which some listeners may find distressing. In this episode Edwina talks to Sarah Burrows, founder of Children Heard and Seen, a charity that supports children who have a parent in prison. These children often face stigma, isolation and trauma and have nowhere to go for help which is what motiva…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Stephen Akpabio-Klementowski, Regional Manager for the Students and Secure Environments team, Associate Lecturer in Criminology and PhD candidate at the Open University. In 2002, Stephen was convicted for serious drug offences and sentenced to 16 years in prison. Stephen shares his remarkable journey of achieving th…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Harry Potter, prison historian, barrister and author about his experiences with the British justice system and the history of prisons. Harry’s belief that we imprison too many people for too long is what lead him to pursue a career in criminal defence practice. Listen as he shares how the theme of the rich versus th…
 
Weekly conversations with Chiropractors that have experienced both the highs and lows of practice and life, what they have learned and applied from these struggles and challenges, and practical advice and encouragement to inspire you to new heights.
 
In the third and final part of our procedural justice mini-series, Edwina talks to Peter Dawson, Director of the Prison Reform Trust, who has 30 years of experience of working in prisons. Peter highlights the difficulties associated with adjudication, the internal disciplinary process in prisons, and the challenges to remaining impartial when sitti…
 
This podcast contains graphic content and is not suitable for children. Some listeners may find some aspects of our conversation distressing. In the second part of our procedural justice mini-series, Edwina talks to Jo Millington, a forensic scientist and specialist in blood stain pattern analysis. Jo shares her first-hand experience of attending c…
 
Over the next few weeks, Edwina will be speaking to three guests who share their experiences and perspectives of working within the justice system to form our very first, mini-series. In part one of this procedural justice series, Edwina talks to DCI Kate Gunson about the role of the police, ‘policing by consent’ and the importance of procedural ju…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Rory Stewart OBE former British politician and Prison’s minister and now Senior Fellow at Yale University to talk about his role as number two in the Ministry of Justice and responsible for all prisons in England and Wales. Rory speaks about the importance of accountability and his success story in focusing on ten p…
 
In this episode, Zoe shares her experiences of working in a female estate during the Christmas period and how the women often found this time to be particularly challenging as the new year comes in and they are away from their families. Zoe speaks about the importance of her trauma informed training in helping her understand women who come in confl…
 
In this episode Edwina talks to Peter Clarke CVO OBE QPM about his role as HM Chief Inspector of Prisons. Peter reflects on his time in this important role leading the team that provides an independent voice as well as navigating the challenges that the pandemic brought. Listen as Peter shares his views on rehabilitation and giving those behind bar…
 
In this episode Edwina talks to Dr Bob Johnson, about his experiences working as a psychiatrist at HMP Parkhurst, a maximum-security prison on the Isle of Wight. During his 5 years there, Bob spoke to 50 murderers to help them to unpack their trauma and to understand why they did what they did. In the time that Bob worked there, he reduced prison a…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Carolyn Hoyle from the University of Oxford’s Centre for Criminology who leads their Death Penalty Research Unit. Although the UK has abolished the death penalty, it remains prevalent in many countries across the world. Listen as Carolyn unpacks the issues associated with gathering accurate information on the death …
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Mary Bosworth, Director of the Centre for Criminology and of the international research network Border Criminologies at the University of Oxford about her research on immigration detention and deportation. Mary sheds light on this under-researched area and the difficulties associated with it. She discusses the impac…
 
In this episode, Edwina talks to Chris Daw QC, Barrister and author of ‘Justice on Trial’, about his experience as a defence lawyer and how his vast experience has led him to believe that our criminal justice system is broken. Listen as he unpacks what he believes our country should be doing to change things for the better. Follow Chris on Twitter:…
 
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