Stephen J. Mordue
Stephen is a lecturer in social work at the University of Sunderland, in the North East of England. He is also Practice Learning Coordinator for the University. He was a social work practitioner for 12 years working on an Older Persons team. His particular areas of interest are working with people with dementia, communication, how organisations function, and the application of the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards. He is programme leader for the Best Interests Assessment course at the University and teaches the Working with Adults module on the BA programme as well as teaching into the MA programme. He is passionate about being organised, productivity and self care – ask him about diary management and spreadsheets!
Jamie has worked in social care for 30 years. He is a qualified social worker, and currently works in a local authority as a senior social worker in a MCA/DoLS team. Jamie also works as a visiting lecturer with local universities
Lisa graduated from Sunderland University in 2008, she has worked as a social worker in various settings over the years, is a BIA and currently works in Adult Safeguarding.
Lisa is also trained in Mindfulness, Life Coaching and meditation. She is a Master Teacher in Angelic Reiki and Metatronia Therapy, has level one attunement in Star Healing and blue ray of Arcturian Rainbow Healing. Lisa is attuned to do past life healing.
Lisa has a varied interest in a wide range of spiritual practises and is also trained to level 2 of Soul Realignment and is able to offer Soulology Readings.
Lisa enjoys enjoys spending time with family and friends, she enjoys reading, writing and expanding aND sharing her knowledge to help others on their spiritual Journey.
George is Social Worker at the Connected Carers Team South Tyneside. He has been a social worker for 10 years working mainly in child protection and Early Help. He has lectured with Jamie Scorer at New College Durham, University of Sunderland and University of Northumbria in solution focused practice.