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Dr. Patsy Staddon

Chair

Social Perspectives Network

HQ Phone: +44 20 7234 9855

Email: p***@***.uk

Social Perspectives Network

Second Floor Goldings House 2 Hay's Lane

London, London SE1 2HB

United Kingdom

Company Description

The Social Perspectives Network is a unique coalition of service users / survivors, carers, policy makers, academics, students, and practitioners interested in how social factors both contribute to people becoming distressed, and play a crucial part in pr... more

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Employment History

Lead Researcher: 'Improving Support for Women With Alcohol Issues'
Plymouth University

Joint Coordinator
Women's Independent Alcohol Support

Affiliations

Member
INVOLVE

Visiting Fellow
University of Plymouth

Representative
Service Users Research Forum

Member
Shaping

Management Member
Bristol Women's Voice

Education

PhD.

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More interesting things to read - wiaswomen.org.uk

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May 2015--article by Patsy Staddon in Community Care on better approaches to women's alcohol use, especially for social workers

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"Problematic alcohol use among women is often associated with domestic or sexual abuse or self-harm and requires a tailored and sensitive response from practitioners", says Dr Patsy Staddon
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Dr Patsy Staddon, a trustee of SPN, recovered from alcoholism in 1988.
She runs Women's Independent Alcohol Support, the small peer-led charity, which is able to discuss issues around women and alcohol with social workers and treatment providers. For more information visit its website.
Women and alcohol: social perspectives,which Staddon has edited, has just been published by Policy Press.
References Bogg, D, with Bogg, T (2015) 'The social model in alcohol treatment services: the impact for women', in Women and Alcohol: social perspectives, ed. Staddon, P. Bristol: Policy Press.
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That is the goal of the No Shame, No Blame movement (Staddon 2011). Dr. Patsy Staddon is a medical sociologist who suffered from severe alcoholism for many years but recovered 25 years ago. She now researches and practises in the sociology and the resolution of alcohol issues. She is a member of the Social Perspectives Network and of INVOLVE


Social Perspectives Network: SPN people

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Patsy Staddon

Patsy Staddon is a survivor of the alcohol and mental health treatment services. She self-medicated with alcohol till she was 44 then found, on meeting up with supportive lesbian women, that she didn't need it. She still went for treatment, to be on the safe side, but experienced it as following an agenda of social control as opposed to self-discovery and healing. She still suffers from epilepsy and severe anxiety. She returned to university, where she is currently completing her PhD in 'the sociology of women's alcohol use and its treatment: a survivor's perspective'. Read more about Patsy


Social Perspectives Network: SPN people

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Patsy Staddon

Patsy Staddon is a survivor of the alcohol and mental health treatment services. She self-medicated with alcohol till she was 44 then found, on meeting up with supportive lesbian women, that she didn't need it. She still went for treatment, to be on the safe side, but experienced it as following an agenda of social control as opposed to self-discovery and healing. She still suffers from epilepsy and severe anxiety. She returned to university, where she is currently completing her PhD in 'the sociology of women's alcohol use and its treatment: a survivor's perspective'. Read more about Patsy


Social Perspectives Network: SPN people

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Patsy Staddon

Patsy Staddon is a survivor of the alcohol and mental health treatment services. She self-medicated with alcohol till she was 44 then found, on meeting up with supportive lesbian women, that she didn't need it. She still went for treatment, to be on the safe side, but experienced it as following an agenda of social control as opposed to self-discovery and healing. She still suffers from epilepsy and severe anxiety. She returned to university, where she is currently completing her PhD in 'the sociology of women's alcohol use and its treatment: a survivor's perspective'. Read more about Patsy


Social Perspectives Network: SPN people

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Patsy Staddon

Patsy Staddon is a survivor of the alcohol and mental health treatment services. She self-medicated with alcohol till she was 44 then found, on meeting up with supportive lesbian women, that she didn't need it. She still went for treatment, to be on the safe side, but experienced it as following an agenda of social control as opposed to self-discovery and healing. She still suffers from epilepsy and severe anxiety. She returned to university, where she is currently completing her PhD in 'the sociology of women's alcohol use and its treatment: a survivor's perspective'. Read more about Patsy

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