Upcoming Training & Events

I can provide training on a range of topics within the broad areas of hearing voices, psychosis, complex traumatic reactions, peer support, group facilitation and mental health.

The following is a list of courses, conferences & events that I am presenting at during the coming months.

Many of these courses are in-house, however, if you’d like to see a list of courses and conferences where you can book a place – see: my Calendar.

January 2018

3 & 4 January, London (UK)
Level 2 – Working with psychosis, trauma and dissociation using dialogic principles
for WLMHT EIS Services

8 January, London (UK)
Making Sense of Complex Trauma
for Mind in Camden – bookings open to all. To book, see: http://www.mic-ctrauma.eventbrite.co.uk

10 January, London (UK)
Understanding & Working with Multiplicity
for Mind in Camden – bookings open to all. To book, see: http://www.mic-multiplicity.eventbrite.co.uk

11 January, Galway (Ireland)
Supporting Young People who have Distressing Beliefs & Paranoia
For Irish Institute of Mental Health Nursing
Download: 2017 Galway Youth Workshops Flyer and Application Form

12 January, Galway (Ireland)
Talking with Young People about the Voices they Hear
For Irish Institute of Mental Health Nursing
Download: 2017 Galway Youth Workshops Flyer and Application Form

16 & 17 January, London (UK)
Level 2 – Working with psychosis, trauma and dissociation using dialogic principles
for WLMHT EIS Services

19 January, Darlington (UK)
Understanding and Supporting Young People who Hear Voices
Book: http://www.behindthelabel.co.uk/yp-voices2018/

20 January, Darlington (UK)
Break the Silence – Free public event on youth hearing voices
Book: http://www.behindthelabel.co.uk/yp-voices2018/

23-25 January, Darlington (UK)
Facilitating Peer Support Groups for Young People who Hear Voices
Book: http://www.behindthelabel.co.uk/yp-voices2018/

30 January, Cambridge (UK)
Early Intervention in Psychosis Carer Support Workshop – Exploring how Open Dialogue approaches can help enhance/develop carer support in EIP services.
For NHS – East of England Strategic Clinical Network

February 2018

5 February, Canterbury (UK)
Moving Towards a Balanced Relationship with Psychiatric Medication
For Canterbury Christ Church University BSc Mental Health Nursing

12 February, Leicester (UK)
Supporting People who Self-Harm: A Fresh Approach
Book: www.behindthelabel.co.uk/self-harm-leics/

April 2018

11 April, Coventry (UK)
Keynote: Listening to, and learning from, the voices young people hear
BASPCAN 11th International Congress – Thinking Outside the Box: innovative perspectives on protecting children and young people
See: www.baspcan.org.uk/congress-2018

August 2018

31 August, Tornia (Finland)
Keynote at 23rd International Network Meeting for the Treatment of ‘Psychosis’ – Open Day

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