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Lots of exciting events...

Recovery Conversations - One-Day Workshop - Across the UK
We are running a number of one-day workshops across the UK in Chester, Bangor, Swansea, Cardiff, Dundee, Bristol and Birmingham.
 

DOWNLOAD FLYER - CLICK HERE


BOOKING

Chester - 3 July 2017 - CLICK HERE

Bangor - 6 July 2017 - CLICK HERE

Swansea - 10 July 2017 - CLICK HERE

Cardiff - 13 July 2017 - CLICK HERE

Dundee - 30 August 2017 - CLICK HERE

Bristol - 5 September 2017 - CLICK HERE

Birmingham - 13 September 2017 - CLICK HERE


Recovery conversations is a one day workshop that introduces participants to different ways of engaging in often difficult conversations with people having psychotic experiences.  


Rooted in a narrative approach of working and building on work carried out by Micheal & Cheryl White and Marius Romme & Sandra Escher, recovery conversations will introduce attendees into ways of both entering into and how to build on often fixed narratives that are keeping clients stuck in what Taylor and Coleman call the illness trap.  

Moving beyond the concept of illness to one of wellbeing is for Taylor and Coleman a process and it is this process that they will unpick during the workshop breaking it down to series of interactive conversations and exercises that participants will be able to use after the day.


On the day participants will cover:

  • How to support people who find it difficult to engage in the work of recovery
  • How to support people who are unsure of what they want
  • How to hold on to hope and support people that no one believes can recover
  • How to work in a recovery way with people under involuntary treatment
  • How to change the conversation and/or narrative


Start Time
9.00am
 - Registration
9.15am - Start
4.30pm - Finish


COST (all costs INCLUDE VAT)
£95 - Statutory & Private Sectors
£80 - NGO
£40 - Student / Self-Funding

BURSARY PLACES
We also have 10 Bursary Places on each day for Voice Hearers (Sponsored by Hearing Voices Network Cymru)

To apply for bursary places, contact Karen - karen@workingtorecovery.co.uk


BOOKING

  • Online (see above)
  • Telephone Karen or Ron - 01851 810789
  • Email - karen@workingtorecovery.co.uk
  • Payment via Debit/Credit Card, Paypal, Invoice or by phone
GROUP RATES - Contact 01851 810789
 


Working Creatively with Psychosis: Using Voice Dialogue, Body Dialogue & Voice Sculpting
We are running a number of one-day workshops across the UK in Chester, Bangor, Swansea, Cardiff, Dundee, Bristol and Birmingham.
 

DOWNLOAD FLYER - CLICK HERE


BOOKING

Chester - 4 July 2017 - CLICK HERE

Bangor - 7 July 2017 - CLICK HERE

Swansea - 11 July 2017 - CLICK HERE

Cardiff - 14 July 2017 - CLICK HERE

Dundee - 31 August 2017 - CLICK HERE

Bristol - 6 September 2017 - CLICK HERE

Birmingham - 14 September 2017 - CLICK HERE


Working creatively with psychosis is a one-day practice workshop that will explore how we can use Voice Dialogue, Body Dialogue and Voice Sculpting ways of working that can enable clients to explore the most difficult parts of their distress in a safe and secure enviornment.

Rooted in a narrative approach of working and building on work carried out by Micheal & Cheryl White and Marius Romme & Sandra Escher, Eleanor Longden, Rufus May & Elisabeth Svanholmer and Dirk Corstens, this workshop will explore the use of the techniques above both as a theory and a practice. Taylor and Coleman have been successfully using these techniques with Voice Hearers, People who see Visions, People with belief systems that are different and other extreme states.  They have also found it useful for clients with a label of Borderline.

Moving beyond the concept of illness to one of wellbeing is for Taylor and Coleman a process and it is a process that they will unpick during the workshop breaking it down to a series of interactive conversations and exercises that participants will be able to use after the day.


On the day participants will cover:

  • What is Voice Dialogue and How do we use it?
  • What is Body Dialogue and How do we use it?
  • What is Voice Sculpting and How do we use it?
  • Creating the Safe Environment
  • Taking the work forward with Confidence


Start Time
9.00am
 - Registration
9.15am - Start
4.30pm - Finish


COST (all costs INCLUDE VAT)
£95 - Statutory & Private Sectors
£80 - NGO
£40 - Student / Self-Funding

BURSARY PLACES
We also have 10 Bursary Places on each day for Voice Hearers (Sponsored by Hearing Voices Network Cymru)

To apply for bursary places, contact Karen - karen@workingtorecovery.co.uk


BOOKING

  • Online (see above)
  • Telephone Karen or Ron - 01851 810789
  • Email - karen@workingtorecovery.co.uk
  • Payment via Debit/Credit Card, Paypal, Invoice or by phone
GROUP RATES - Contact 01851 810789


 
 

 

Working to Recovery UK
For those who have missed it, on Facebook and Twitter, our Mental Health Summer Recovery Camp 2017 is taking place from Thursday 7th September to Tuesday 12th September 2017.  In Llansilin (near Oswestry), Shropshire, Wales.


MORE INFO & BOOKING - CLICK HERE

Now in its 3rd year, the Recovery Camp will give you an experience of a recovery community, so you can take this into your own life, work and practice.

This is the perfect venue, a small friendly-owned glamping site.  The location is just out the way, of the beaten track, but close enough (5 miles) to a good sized town for travel.  The site has kune kune pigs, cats and a dog.  It is in a rural area among working farms, with sheep and other livestock in the fields.

We like anyone to be able to attend our Recovery Camps so we keep the costs as low as possible, starting as low as £120 for the WHOLE Camp (accommodation, discussions, workshops and entertainment).  Food is not included in the cost, although there will be meals available to purchase.  Plus self-catering facilities are available to cook your own food.  And there is a Recovery Camp Shop.

There are lots of different accommodation types to meet everyone's needs, so take your pick.  Accommodation types - Camping, Bunk Tents, Camper Vans, Bunkroom, Yurt, Stables and a Cabin.  For those of you who live in the local area or want to sort out your own accommodation we have Non-Residential Places and Day Passes.

This year we have a glossy brochure with all the information you need, including a FAQ Section for those who haven't been before. 

Any questions or further information - contact ron@workingtorecovery.co.uk

MORE INFO & BOOKING - CLICK HERE



 
2017 Conference to be held in Adelaide
19th - 20th October 2017
Mecure Grosvenor Hotel

The 2017 Conference will be held in Adelaide 19th – 20th October 2017 Mercure Grosvenor Hotel

Inequality is both the source of difficulties that bring people to therapy and a major impediment to effective service delivery.
Beyond the inequality between client and therapist are those of the wider system including the client and agency, therapist and agency, agency and agency, and policy and society. All act to further disempower the client and create major constraints to effective service delivery.

In this exciting conference we will explore where family therapy and systemic practice can work effectively at every level of system, from constraints imposed by the wider socio-political world to those in therapeutic practice.
In addition to the therapy process we will address four main themes, and one general theme, in areas greatly impacted by inequality:

  • Indigenous Australians
  • Health and Disability
  • Age
  • Gender
  • Other Vulnerable Groups

FOR MORE INFORMATION & BOOKING - CLICK HERE

 
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Mental Health Summer Recovery Camp 2017 (CAMPING)

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