CALENDAR OF EVENTS
A curated listing of international critical psychology conferences and events. Email us at [email protected] if you’d like to suggest an event.
|August 31, 2020||September 1, 2020||September 2, 2020||September 3, 2020||September 4, 2020||September 5, 2020||September 6, 2020|
|September 7, 2020||September 8, 2020||September 9, 2020||September 10, 2020||September 11, 2020||September 12, 2020||September 13, 2020|
|September 14, 2020||September 15, 2020||
September 16, 2020
September 16, 2020 N/A
with Janina Fisher, Debra Chatman-Finley,
|September 17, 2020||
September 18, 2020
September 18, 2020 N/A
14 hours of talks-poetry-interviews-presentations-videos-drama-panel- music etc All challenging the pathologising of emotional distress.
Dip in and out at your leisure. Most of it will be recorded so you can watch at a later date.
Pay what you want.
This is a fundraising event with a minimum fee of £1 to maximise accessibility. Please make a donation based on what you can afford. After covering tech costs funds will go towards AD4E's future events, enabling us to offer more low cost or free places for people who can’t afford to pay.
Dr Lucy Johnstone, Indigo Daya, Dr Akima Thomas, Prof Emmy van Deurzen, Dr Gabor Maté, Ruth Dixon, Paula J Caplan PhD, Pat McArdle, Bob Whitaker, Johann Hari, Mica Gray, Dr Karen Treisman, Michelle Benjamin, Prof Peter Kinderman, Sanah Ahsan, Stevie Lewis, Laura Delano, Dr Joanne Cacciatore, Dr James Davies, Matt Ball, Prof John Read, Sally-Ann, Viv Gordon, James & The Disorders, Lydia Daisy, Jo Watson
|September 19, 2020||September 20, 2020|
|September 21, 2020||September 22, 2020||September 23, 2020||
September 24, 2020
September 24, 2020 –
by London Learning Cooperative
A discussion on the relationship between race, imperialism and psychotherapy
About this Event
Mental Health Workers’ Inquiry (MHWI) are a new group of workers organising in and beyond the mental health services sector. Together, we aim to increase our understanding of the nature of work and ownership, as well as to explore clinical approaches that foreground anti-capitalism and anti-imperialism. Our primary purpose is to develop ways of marrying member-led trade union organising with innovative financial vehicles to transform our current workplaces from within. In addition to creating new institutions, we propose radically to re-imagine those that already exist.
This discussion will focus on the relationship between race, imperialism and psychotherapy, exploring both the oppressive legacy of the clinic and how its contradictions can lead to a transformative and liberatory practice.
|September 25, 2020||September 26, 2020||September 27, 2020|
|September 28, 2020||September 29, 2020||September 30, 2020||October 1, 2020||October 2, 2020||October 3, 2020||
October 4, 2020
Mad in America and East Side Institute Virtual Town Hall Meeting: CREATING OUR MENTAL HEALTH w/ Hugh Polk, MD, Rachel Mickenberg, LCSW and Their Clients
October 4, 2020 –
What is mental health? And what does creativity have to do with it? Two psychotherapists, Hugh Polk and Rachel Mickenberg, share the effectiveness of social therapy as a psychotherapy in which they and their clients together create emotional growth and health—regardless of psychiatric diagnosis or presenting problem. In this webinar, Hugh and Rachel will introduce the ABCs of social therapy and how it is practiced in ongoing weekly therapy and community workshops of diverse groupings of people. After that, four of their clients will join them to talk about their own adventures in creating their mental health and growing emotionally through social therapy. Webinar participants will be invited to take part in the conversation. Please join us!