Shared Practice in Non Medicalised Mental Health Care
Proceeds to the Soteria Network UK
October 16th 2013, 10.00am – 4.30pm
Clarendon Suites, Birmingham.
Richard Bentall, Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Liverpool
The myth that schizpohrenia is a genetic disease
Mick Cooper, Professor of Counselling, University of Strathclyde
Are the facts friendly? Person-centred therapy in an era of ‘evidence-based’ practice
Jacqui Dillon, Chair of the Hearing Voices Network, England
The history and work of the Hearing Voices Network – the personal is still political
Stephen Joseph, Professor of Psychology, Health and Social Care, University of Nottingham
The positive psychology of the person-centred approach
Joanna Moncrieff, Senior Lecturer, University College London, consultant psychiatrist
Mother’s little helper: The politics of consumerism and psychoative drug use
Clare Shaw, Trainer, Consultant, activist and poet. I do not believe in silence: How words can change the world
Lisbeth Sommerbeck, clinical psychologist, accredited specialist in psychotherapy
Danish Psychological Association
Rebutting criticisms of applying person-centred therapy with clients diagnosed with psychosis
PCCS Books is celebrating 20 years of independent publishing this year with a one-day conference bringing together experts in their fields who share the desire for honest, democratic, equal and fully informed care for people in distress. The speakers represent the dominant themes in PCCS Books’ lists: person-centred psychology, critical psychology and psychiatry, and service-user perspectives.
Of interest to service users, carers, professionals, academics, students and everyone interested in critical debate on mental health care.
Fees (including lunch and refreshments):
£75.00 – Full Price
£20.00 – Service Users
Please note there will be an additional £10.00 administrative charge if you want your organisation to be invoiced for your place.
Book a place: To book your place click here
Venue: The Clarendon Suites, 2 Stirling Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B16 9SB. For venue map follow this link: http://www.pccs-books.co.uk/downloads/Clarendon_Map_Download.pdf
Driving: The Clarendon Suites are easily accessible from Junction 3 of the M5 motorway. There is ample free parking on site.
Train: Birmingham New Street station is 2 miles from the venue. £6.00 taxi fare; bus route information to follow.
Plane: There are regular trains links from Birmingham International Airport to Birmingham New Street train station.
The Clarendon Suites are on the intersection of the Hagley Road and Stirling Road. The Hagley Road and surrounds have many options for accomodation to suit every budget. This link will get you started: http://bit.ly/13100AC
We have preferential rates at the Menzies Strathallan Hotel, directly opposite the venue: http://bit.ly/18et9eP. Please phone 0121 455 9777 to find out rates, mentioning that you are attending a Clarendon Suites event. Rates start at £56.00
Download full conference details here