- Why is interest in Open Dialogue growing so fast in the UK?
- What is the experience of Open Dialogue actually like?
- Is it relevant for you – should you be getting involved?
This is a day for anyone wanting answers to these questions, and suitable for professionals of all disciplines, those who commission services, people with personal experience of psychosis or family members, and anyone trying to support people experiencing psychosis.
Anna Arabyskj, Corinne Hendy, Mark Hopfenbeck, Marc Hudson, Val Jackson, Catherine Kinane & Russell Razzaque
As well as covering the principles of Open Dialogue, recent UK developments, and the planned UK wide research programme, speakers will talk about their personal experience of: dialogical practice as client, family member and practitioner; participating in Open Dialogue in Norway; participating in UK training in Open Dialogue, with perspectives from a peer support worker and a psychiatrist; obtaining funding for Open Dialogue developments in the current climate of austerity.
There will be opportunity for first hand experience of dialogical practice.
Please note: participant numbers will be limited to make this a worthwhile experience.
Download: ISPS UK Open Dialogue Flyer
Download: OD draft programme 25 03 15
Discounted rates are available to ISPS UK members and groups of 4 or more from the same clinical team.
Subsidised rates are available to low waged (under 12k pa) ISPS UK members with personal experience of psychosis (self or family member).
A small number of free bursary places are also available for those eligible for subsidised rates. Please email email@example.com for more information.
Book Your Place
Navigating the tensions and opportunities for collaboration between lived and professional experience of psychosis.
10.00 – 4.30pm, Saturday 11 July 2015
@ Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre,
17-25 New Inn Yard, London, EC2A 3EA
A mix of people with lived experience of psychosis, ‘carers’ and professionals who will speak from their own experience of these issues to stimulate frank, respectful and open discussion.
Download: Walking Alongside? Flyer
Most of us would agree that we need to work together to create real and sustainable changes in those services that seek to support those with lived experience of psychosis and their loved ones. However, these collaborations can be hampered by underlying tensions that often go unspoken and unexplored.
This event provides a safe and inclusive space where we can respectfully hear from many different voices. Rather than filling the air with information, we want to create an opportunity for meaningful discussion stimulated by the input of people with varying types of experience. We want to openly explore a) what gets in the way of walking alongside one another and b) how can we address this?
Issues explored will include: language; power; risk; participation; culture; beliefs; rights; respect.
ISPS UK Members: Free (but we encourage people to consider making a donation to help us cover costs)
ISPS UK Non-Members (unwaged): £10
ISPS UK Members (waged): £30