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January 14, 2021
January 14, 2021 –
Recovery and Evidence: A New Paradigm
In this webinar Robert E. Drake will present on Recovery and Evidence: A New Paradigm. Major topics will include the history of community mental health, recovery-oriented practices, evidence-based practices and system change. He will address the importance of people with mental health challenges in defining recovery and contrast this with the way professionals, researchers and others have defined it.
He will then describe how evidence-based practices are determined along with examples of key practices. Finally, he will address some of the misconception surrounding evidence-based practices and ways to respond to objections and also take advantage of opportunities to increase their adoption.
January 15, 2021
MIA Live Online Town Hall: Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal: Introducing the Series and Setting the Scene
January 15, 2021 –
Mad in America, the Council for Evidence-based Psychiatry and the International Institute for Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal are collaborating on a series of free to view, online town hall-style discussions.
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January 27, 2021
January 27, 2021 –
Soteria Network UK promotes the development of drug-free or minimum medication therapeutic environments for 'psychosis'
About this Event
We are part of an international movement of service users, survivors, activists, carers and professionals fighting for more humane, non-coercive mental health services.
People who hear voices, have visions or experience reality in different ways to those around them — and become overwhelmed by their experiences — are often referred to as experiencing ‘psychosis’. We believe that people can and do recover from difficulties which tend to be categorised under the term psychosis. This recovery can be with, without and sometimes despite psychiatric intervention.
Brigid Bowen, Founder and Director of Compassionate Mental Health CIC
Anne Cooke, Director of School of Psychology Salomans Centre, University of Canterbury
Eamonn Flynn, ISPSUK Trustee and family member
Phil Thomas, Writer and Psychiatrist
Mark Trewin, Mental Health Social Work Lead with Chief Social Worker Dept Health and Social Care
Each speaker will talk for five minutes about why Soteria houses are needed more than ever in the UK now.
There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion with the panel and trustees as well as hearing more about Soteria Network and our plans for the future and how you can become involved.
Our AGM will take place following the event at 4:30pm.
To find out more go to www.soterianetwork.org.uk
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