Events

15th Annual Mental Health Conference – Brighton

UNIVERSITY OF BRIGHTON Faculty of Health & Social Sciences School of Health Sciences  15th Anniversary Annual Mental Health Conference  Recovery College: Reaching Minds, Recovering Lives  To be held on the 9th April 2014 at Greynore Hall, University of Brighton, Meads Site, Darley Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex.  We are delighted to announce that this year the […]

Developing an Open Dialogue approach – what does it actually mean?

Due to an overwhelming response to the event held in December, Val Jackson and Hugh Fox are repeating the 2 day workshop in May. Several organisations are beginning to think about introducing this way of working in Mental Health services, but don’t know where to start.  This workshop is an ideal place to start thinking […]

Attachment Theory in Adult Mental Health. Implications for Clinical Practice

Please click here to download the flyer for this conference being organised by Dr Katherine Berry from the University of Manchester on May 8th 2014.

Psychological Therapies in the NHS

Seventh Annual New Savoy Conference RE-THINKING PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPIES IN THE NEW NHS Thursday 28th & Friday 29th November 2013 Mermaid Conference Centre, London For topics and details of speakers please click here

Developing Open Dialogue – 2 day workshop

Developing Open Dialogue presents a 2 day workshop ‘Developing Open Dialogue Practice’   Dec 12/13th Sheffield  £75 Val Jackson and Hugh Fox , both experienced family therapists and trainers are  offering a 2 day workshop in Developing Open Dialogues practices. Val has just returned from the annual Dialogical Practices conference in Norway and will talk about […]

Psychosis and the Arts

Thursday 27th March 2014 @ Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre, 17-25 New Inn Yard, London, EC2A 3EA Speakers: Bobby Baker, Martin Gayford, David Bell, Meg Harris Williams, Bob Harris, Liz Ellis, Deepthiman Gowda, Wiebke Trunk, Nanna Luth. The use of arts in personalised recovery journeys, as well as in psychological treatment approaches to working […]

From Diagnosis to Dialogue

ISPS UK RESIDENTIAL CONFERENCE 2014 Download: ISPS UK Residential Conference 2014 Final Programme The ISPS Residential Conference takes place every two years and is a great opportunity to catch up with the latest thinking in research and practice that supports psychological approaches to working with people experiencing psychosis. 17th and 18th September 2014 At Stamford […]

19th ISPS International Conference

18-22nd March 2015 in New York city From DNA to neighborhood: Experience and Relationship in Psychosis – An International Dialogue Continuing Education and Continuing Medical Education offered by the Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior (IAHB). http://www.isps2015nyc.org/preliminary-timetable  

An evening with Rufus May: working with voices, Preston 17th May 2012

On 17th May Rufus May came and gave members of the local group in the North West an engrossing talk and demonstration of his work with voices. They are indebted to Rufus, to Sophie who came with him and let them hear a conversation with her voice Top Dog, and again to Neil Caton, who […]