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Gathering and preparing to share lived experiences of mental health and suicide


Guide 1 is for people preparing to share their lived experiences (individuals). Guide 2 is for people who support people to share their lived experiences (organisations and services).

Different ways to share experiences. Audio, paper and pencil, video camera and mobile phone.

With Us, For Us

Animation, Poster, Report, Tools

With Us, For Us provided an opportunity for people living with trauma and/or who have been given a diagnosis of personality disorder to share their experiences of services and their ideas for improvement.

Some members of the Lived Experience Project Group standing next to the With Us, For, Us conference poster.

Your Experience Counts


To learn from the experiences of people affected by self-harm we held a series of Recovery Conversation Cafés.

Four people sitting around a table chatting.

Let’s do Peer Support: Bump, Birth & Beyond

Animation, Film, Tools, Transcript

Full of real life insight and experiences this practical guide is packed with top tips, case studies and handy templates to help you plan and deliver perinatal peer support activities.

Two women building with four giant jigsaw pieces.

Learning from the Peer2Peer pilot


An independent evaluation of the Peer2Peer Development Programme by Ruthless Research.

With Us, For Us


In partnership with VOX Scotland, a project to ensure lived experience engagement in Healthcare Improvement Scotland’s Personality Disorder Programme.

Icons of 3 people sharing ideas.

Creating Positive Change


Habitus Collective have been speaking with partners of Scottish Recovery Network and the wider mental health recovery community to understand the organisation's impact.

Text says "Evidence of Change".

Let’s Develop Peer Roles toolkit!


Want to introduce, develop and sustain peer support roles in your organisation?

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Let’s do Peer Group Facilitation guides


A new co-designed resource with four free practical guides to help you run your own peer support group.

Four people sitting in a circle chatting.

Moving from consultation to co-design

Film, Podcast, Report

NHS Lanarkshire Personality Disorder Working Group, Scottish Recovery Network and people with lived experience collaborated to co-design a new service for people with complex mental health problems.

3 icons of people sharing ideas in different ways.