Connecting People and Ideas in the Hearing Voices Movement

Changing realities: new developments in psychological approaches to psychosis

2nd and 3rd October, 2012 (Birmingham, UK)

Speakers include: Alison Brabban, Jacqui Dillon, Gainne Fadden, Chris Holman, Glenn Robers, Jaakko Seikkula

ISPS UK are inviting proposals for workshops, papers and posters for their upcoming residential conference.

Closing date: 31 January 2012

Theme 1: Therapies

  • Mentalisation and psychosis
  • Arts-based therapies
  • Comtemporary psychodynamic approaches
  • Compassion focused therapy
  • Need adapted treatment
  • Working with dissociation and trauma
  • New developments in CBT

Theme 2: Service user and carer initiatives

  • Service user perspectives on therapy
  • Working with voices
  • Recovery for carers
  • Personal distress signatures

Theme 3: Therapeutic services

  • Making inpatient environments therapeutic
  • Making psychiatric contacts therapeutic
  • Developing peer support projects
  • Therapeutic relationships

Please see attached information to find out more:

Call For Papers | Application Form – Residential Conference 2012

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