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Lisa Morrison

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Lisa Morrison's ECT Story, Part 3 - Justice and Hope

Life After ECT

The following guest audio is part 3 of 3 part series from electroshock survivor, Lisa Morrison. She shares her experiences before and after receiving electroconvulsive therapy as well as valuable insights on patient care.Part 1 Part 2See show notes for links:Show Notes https://docs.google.com/document/d/1T3Pes8AUd_hfkCryW54zRFOsDT0eaKXHo-gLiCBcoiw/edit?usp=sharingLisa Morrison:"The following 3-part blog arose after agreeing to be interviewed about my experiences of receiving Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) by the BBC NI. The purpose is to share my views, experiences, and questions arising from facing the reality that I had received ECT on far more occasions than I remembered. The purpose is to share my views, experiences and questions arising from facing the reality that I had received ECT on far more occasions than I remembered. I have also since, received some of my records which had been requested because of my sketchy memory. These validated issues I have raised through my work but were quite challenging and at times distressing to read. This is a bog-standard reflection of my thoughts on ECT and the system in which it was delivered as I try to make sense of my own journey through mental health services. It has helped me take what felt overwhelming and ‘too big’ and translate it into a narrative which I hope will contribute to positive change. I have not tried to give all perspectives or reference multiple research papers. This is just my story. I intentionally refer to ‘the system’ and not individuals as I believe, in the most part, people wanted to help."-----------------------------------RESOURCES  How to Report Your ECT Injury to the FDA Action Litigation  Additional Resources  Petition · Standardize, Regulate & Audit Shock Treatments (Electroconvulsive therapy or ECT)--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifeafterect/message

26mins

25 Apr 2022

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Lisa Morrison's ECT Story, Part 2: Finding Me

Life After ECT

The following guest audio is part two of 3 part series from electroshock survivor, Lisa Morrison. She shares her experiences before and after receiving electroconvulsive therapy as well as valuable insights on patient care. Part 1 See show notes for links: Show Notes  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CABT2asu7F3JdFDjhMFMiLMGfozu_mSMJm-ZsG42PQo/edit?usp=sharing Lisa Morrison: "The following 3-part blog arose after agreeing to be interviewed about my experiences of receiving Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) by the BBC NI. The purpose is to share my views, experiences, and questions arising from facing the reality that I had received ECT on far more occasions than I remembered. The purpose is to share my views, experiences and questions arising from facing the reality that I had received ECT on far more occasions than I remembered. I have also since, received some of my records which had been requested because of my sketchy memory. These validated issues I have raised through my work but were quite challenging and at times distressing to read. This is a bog-standard reflection of my thoughts on ECT and the system in which it was delivered as I try to make sense of my own journey through mental health services. It has helped me take what felt overwhelming and ‘too big’ and translate it into a narrative which I hope will contribute to positive change. I have not tried to give all perspectives or reference multiple research papers. This is just my story. I intentionally refer to ‘the system’ and not individuals as I believe, in the most part, people wanted to help."--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifeafterect/message

23mins

17 Mar 2022

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Lisa Morrison's ECT Story, Part 1: Loss and Anger

Life After ECT

In this episode, we'll touch on some news then follow up with guest audio from electroshock survivor Lisa Morrison’s amazing 3 part series about her experience with ECT. The following guest audio is a 3 part series from electroshock survivor, Lisa Morrison. She shares her experiences before and after receiving electroconvulsive therapy as well as valuable insights on patient care.  See show notes for links:  Show Notes  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zALXBgdPTzcYoDkay9uxXJX_HsbUgq75YFAHtvMye4Q/edit?usp=sharing Lisa Morrison: "The following 3-part blog arose after agreeing to be interviewed about my experiences of receiving Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) by the BBC NI. The purpose is to share my views, experiences, and questions arising from facing the reality that I had received ECT on far more occasions than I remembered. The purpose is to share my views, experiences and questions arising from facing the reality that I had received ECT on far more occasions than I remembered. I have also since, received some of my records which had been requested because of my sketchy memory. These validated issues I have raised through my work but were quite challenging and at times distressing to read. This is a bog-standard reflection of my thoughts on ECT and the system in which it was delivered as I try to make sense of my own journey through mental health services. It has helped me take what felt overwhelming and ‘too big’ and translate it into a narrative which I hope will contribute to positive change. I have not tried to give all perspectives or reference multiple research papers. This is just my story. I intentionally refer to ‘the system’ and not individuals as I believe, in the most part, people wanted to help."--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifeafterect/message

17mins

31 Jan 2022

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Episode 19: Portland, OR - Featuring Jeff Alworth & Lisa Morrison

The Brewery Travels Podcast

This week Brewery Travels heads to one of the nation’s craft beer hubs: Portland, Oregon. Joining Joel this week are Jeff Alworth (Beer writer, blogger, podcaster, and author of The Beer Bible) and Lisa Morrison (Co-owner of Belmont Station and former beer writer and podcaster who has the nickname “Beer Goddess”). The trio talk about several topics, ranging from why Portland became a city that spearheaded the craft beer movement, changes they have both witnessed to the beer scene, and the ups and downs of the pandemic for local breweries.You can follow Jeff on Twitter: @beervana or Instagram: @jeff.alworthJoel has visited over 700 breweries across 44 states plus Washington D.C. and has been able to make connections with many amazing individuals because of his travels. He is currently living on the road with his family, constantly “exploring more content and doing extensive research” (which just means visiting breweries and drinking beer)! The goal of Brewery Travels is to provide more information about craft beer scenes from around the country and shine a light on some of the excellent individual breweries that call these cities home. From Portland, Maine to San Diego, California. Austin, Texas to Duluth, Minnesota. The bright lights of New York City to the farmland of rural Iowa. Brewery Travels plans to run the gauntlet of locations, providing in-depth information on as many places as possible. With episodes coming out weekly on Thursdays, Brewery Travels is where you can get your fix if you enjoy a craft beer or traveling. Cheers!Follow Joel’s travels on social media:Twitter: @brewerytravelsInstagram: @brewery_travelsWebsite: www.thebrewerytravels.comA Production of The Sota PodEpisode 19: Portland, OR - Featuring Jeff Alworth & Lisa Morrison

44mins

6 Jan 2022

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Episode 3 - Lisa Morrison aka Lizzie Strange

Half A Star Podcast

On this very special episode of Half a Star, Justin and Ben are joined by their dear friend Lisa Morrison - who may be better know to the drag community as LIZZIE STRANGE! Since 2015, Lisa has brought Lizzy to stages across Canada, performing at 4 of the country’s Pride festivals, Just for Laughs, Montreal Fringe and some of the country’s most magical dive bars.  Their name has also appeared in publications such as Canadian Art Magazine, Flare Magazine, CBC, and the coveted Montreal drag magazine You Betcha Iris. Lisa shares stories about performing as Lizzie, the origins of their name, the topic of ‘drag families’ and  you better believe there’s a burner of a Half a Star story! All this and maybe a little more on this episode of Half a Star! Bad ideas never felt so good!

1hr 6mins

23 Jul 2021

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‘Gently, Gently’ by Lisa Morrison

Epione Blogcast

The podcast was created with colleagues with lived experience, and the purpose is to create a safe space to amplify authentic voices of lived experience and share stories of healing & recovery. It may even create a platform to explore, challenge & guide trauma-informed practice and leadership.In this episode, Lisa shares part of her life story which reveals a challenging, gritty, and remarkable story of healing and recovery. Of all places, the journey begins in KwaZulu Natal & and illustrates the battle against a tide of trauma, medicalisation & labeling to recover one day at a time. 

8mins

27 Nov 2020

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37. Empowering Lives With Purpose, Interview with Lisa Morrison

Women World Leaders' Podcast

Lisa Morrison is an author and a professor who teaches at the college level in both South Africa and the USA. She serves as a district leader in her denomination in multiple churches.   Lisa shares part one of a 2-part God story shared with her adopted S. African daughter, Mathapelo. Lisa tells about giving up her own life of serving God so that another can follow her distinct "calling" of Christ. Listen to this powerful story of love, obedience and trust in two lives brought together by divine connection.   Lisa and Mathapelo's stories can be found in Courageous Steps of Faith, which will be available at the end of November and can be pre-ordered at womenworldleaders.com

29mins

2 Nov 2020

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Episode 28: Sabbatical with Lisa Morrison

Maestros Vibe

This week we are joined by our colleague, Lisa Morrison, from Maui Waena Intermediate. She shares her thoughts and insights from what she has learned from the job. Our bulk of conversation lies in her sharing about her recent semester long sabbatical where she focused on traveling to learn more about Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports around the state. We leave our discussion in our literature circle where we are introduced to the book, "If You Meet the Buddha on this Road, Kill Him." Check it out, rate, and review us!

50mins

20 Feb 2020

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Fun! Knowledgeable! Beer! Interview with Lisa Morrison of Belmont Station

The Oregon Brewery Running Series Podcast

On today’s show, I talk with Lisa Morrison, co-owner of Belmont Station and "beer goddess." She and I are talking about the six things all people need to know about beer. We will define what beer is, describe what gives it its color, talk about the right way to taste it, explain the fundamental difference between the two core styles of beer (ales and lagers), share some food pairing ideas, and more. Lisa will also share her number one hope for beer drinkers around the world. I’ll also share some promo codes, so keep listening and register for our next run! About Us The Oregon Brewery Running Series is about inspiring Oregonians to Get Active, Have Fun, and Give Back. We host family-friendly, 5K fun runs that start and end at some of Oregon’s best breweries. Register for our next run here! Register with promo code BelmontStation5, and you’ll get $5 off your entry. Our theme music, the Oregon Song, is written and performed by James Hoffman.

16mins

12 Mar 2018