ISPS UK webinar series
Our next webinar is currently being planned. Please check back again soon for more information.
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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.
Speakers include: Arnhild Lauveng, Marius Romme, Rachel Waddingham, Lucy Johnstone, John Read, Philip Thomas & Jaakko Siekkula
In particular there will be a focus on:
- New and emerging approaches: open dialogue, mindfulness, recovery colleges, peer support, voice dialogue etc.);
- The tensions and controversies surrounding new ideas and established practice;
- The changing role of the voluntary sector;
- The challenges of implementing emerging research based psycho-social practice.
|ISPS UK Member||£259||£313||£154||For current members of ISPS UK|
|ISPS UK Non-Member||£319||£373||£184|
|Subsidised: Members||£109||£163||£55||ISPS UK members who are service users, carers or on low wages (under £12K pa)|
|Subsidised: Non-members||£119||£173||£65||As above, but for non-members|
Book Your Place
We are taking bookings through Leicester University’s Shop@Le facility. Please view our Shop@Le site and choose the options that best suit your needs.
To enquire about reduced fee and bursary places and for more information please email Ali at email@example.com.
Cancellation charges (percentage of total booking fee):
16+ weeks (up to May 26th) 10%
8-15 weeks (up to July 21st) 20%
4-7 weeks (up to August 18th) 40%
1-3 weeks (up to September 8th) 60%
Less than 1 week before 80%
An event for professionals who work with people with psychosis, and for those with personal experience of psychosis and their families and friends.
Pharmacological and psychosocial approaches to treatment of psychosis: Is it time for choice?
Tony Morrison is a Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Manchester and is also Associate Director for Clinical Research at Greater Manchester West Mental Health Foundation Trust. He has published over 100 articles on cognitive therapy for psychosis and experimental studies of cognitive processes in psychosis, including an influential cognitive model of psychosis, and has conducted several treatment trials of cognitive therapy for psychosis and for people at high risk of psychosis
No Fear Psychosis: How do we reduce the fear of different mind states?
Rufus May (www.rufusmay.com) has worked as a psychologist in the NHS for 18 years. Originally inspired by his own experiences of coming through powerful mind states and receiving traditional psychiatric practices he trained as a psychologist to help develop and promote more holistic approaches. He has been facilitating Hearing Voice groups since 2001. His interests include voice dialogue, mindfulness, non-violent communication and community education approaches.
Download: ISPS UK Liverpool Event Flyer