Friday, September 24, 2021

Tag: Open Dialogue

How Can Mental Health Research Become More Relevant to Those it...

10
As a psychiatrist, my bread-and-butter is the kind of private practice in which my patient’s concerns become my own and it is those concerns that drive our work together, my teaching, and my research.

The BBC, Harrow, and a Public Left in the Dark

73
The recent report by the BBC on medication-free treatment in Norway, when viewed in conjunction with the media silence on Martin Harrow's latest publication, reveals why the public remains misinformed about the long-term effects of antipsychotics.

In Memoriam: Birgitta Alakare

14
On February 19, 2021, the world lost Birgitta Alakare, the former chief psychiatrist at Keropudas Hospital in Tornio, Finland and a pioneer in the development of Open Dialogue.

Psychiatrists and Open Dialogue

4
Please join our international panel of psychiatrists on Friday, February 12 at noon Eastern U.S. time (5:00 pm London time) to discuss the crucial questions of bringing Open Dialogue to a world in crisis.

Insane Medicine, Chapter 7: Industrialised Psychotherapy Markets Western Folk Psychology (Part...

8
Contrasting the folk psychology brands of CBT and McMindfulness with empowering frameworks such as Open Dialogue and the Power Threat Meaning Framework.

The Need for Acknowledgment of Context Within Approaches to Mental Distress

14
Mental distress is often perceived as something devoid of context, as an individual medical condition or a failure instead of a human condition linked to the social context one exists in.

What is Open Dialogue Today?

6
Please join us on Friday, October 23 for OpenExcellence, HOPENDialogue, and Mad in America’s ongoing Town Hall conversation about what Open Dialogue is — and is becoming.

A Conversation with Nev Jones

51
A dialogue between Nev Jones and Sandy Steingard about Mad in America, critics of psychiatry, medication for psychosis, Open Dialogue, and the need for racial and class justice.

Recovery: Stressing the Social Basis of the Process

28
Recovery involves engaging in new material and social contexts and in open dialogues where new ways of understanding and handling the situation are created.

Four Decades of Allying to Make Safe Spaces for All Voices:...

5
Please come join us for our discussion on June 5 with Caroline Mazel-Carlton, Cindy Marty Hadge, Ronda Speight, Rufus May, Paul Baker, and Chackupurackal Mathai. This “Dialogue in a Time of Crisis” Town Hall will explore how the Hearing Voices Movement, like Open Dialogue, has been building the resources the world needs at this pivotal moment of in our collective history.

Window of Opportunity: Reflections on “Dialogue in a Time of Crisis”

1
We will continue exploring the challenges and learnings of dialogues in times of crisis on the first and third Fridays of the month, at 12:00 pm EST (5:00 BST). This Friday, May 1, Jimmy Ciliberto, Charmaine Harris, Jasmin Ishaq, Ramune Mazaliauskiene, and Alita and Fletcher Taylor will discuss what they are learning in their respective systems.

Exploring Dialogical Responses in a Time of Crisis: Are We...

37
Mad in America is proud to introduce a new venture: a web series of virtual “Town Hall” conversations, “Exploring Dialogical Responses in a Time of Crisis,” on Fridays at noon, eastern standard time. The first live town hall will be held on Friday, April 17.

From FACT to POD: How a FACT Team Integrated Open Dialogue

13
Work with open dialogue always starts with a "network meeting" in which the person of concern is invited to talk with members of their social network (i.e., family, friends, co-workers) and at least two professionals from the care team. The main guideline was "nothing about you, without you."

“Reimagining Psychiatry:” An Interview with Peter Stastny

20
Peter Stastny is a New York-based psychiatrist, documentary filmmaker, and a co-founder of the International Network toward Alternatives and Recovery (INTAR). He has been...

Parachute NYC Peer Support Program Presents Challenges and Opportunities

2
Anthropologists study Parachute NYC to identify challenges and opportunities for implementing peer support and Open Dialogue practices.

Mental Health Services Turned My Daughter’s Crisis into a Way of...

18
My world turned upside down when my daughter nearly died from a serious suicide attempt. After several years as her caretaker I began to wonder: What can we do to change the way our mental health services are organized so they won't turn a crisis into a way of life for already distressed and vulnerable people?

Psychiatrist Describes Role in Open Dialogue Model of Care

8
Psychiatrist outlines varying roles in Open Dialogue model, fostering service-user and family agency through meaningful conversations with a team of providers.

Open Dialogue and a Human Rights Approach to Mental Health Care

5
Analysis suggests that Open Dialogue aligns with human rights-based perspectives on mental health care.

Study Finds Mixed Results for Peer-Supported Open Dialogue in the UK

15
New qualitative study seeks to examine the implementation of the Open Dialogue approach in the UK.

Open Dialogue Approach Reduces Future Need for Mental Health Services

10
The Open Dialogue psychiatric treatment approach is associated with reduced utilization of mental and general health services for Danish youth.

Third Time Lucky: Open Dialogue and Finding Meaning in My Inherited...

19
A year after my twin’s death, I stood in a supermarket and felt my body disintegrating into a thousand pieces. My soul knew it needed the right teacher and helper. Fortunately, I found Open Dialogue. It helped me expose the real childhood trauma, and gradually rebuild my shattered, grief-stricken psyche.

Alita Taylor – Open Dialogue: Making Meaning

5
An interview with psychotherapist, trainer and facilitator Alita Taylor who shares her passion for Open Dialogue, explaining why Open Dialogue 'cannot be taught, but needs a teacher'.

Open Dialogue: Does the Current Research Data Support Further Investment?

159
A leading US journal published an extensive literature review and analysis of currently available research on Open Dialogue. An accompanying commentary concludes, “The present data on Open Dialogue are insufficient to warrant calls for further research on the program other than those projects that are currently under way.”

Anatomy of a Psychiatrist

3
An interview with Dr. Sandy Steingard, Medical Director at Howard Center and Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the College of Medicine of the University of Vermont. Dr. Steingard serves as Board Chair of the Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care and is editor of the book 'Critical Psychiatry, Controversies and Clinical Implications' due in 2019.

When Rain Comes, Words Are Unnecessary: Our Search for a Better...

27
As stories wove together, Ron turned to the son and said, “You know, I don’t think you were ever schizophrenic at all.” There was an extended silence as this statement sunk in and the group drew closer to hear what came next. But the rain fell harder until all sound was drowned out. We sat together, feeling the rain soak into our ears, our bodies, the ground; words were unnecessary.

Follow Us

19,639FansLike
23,611FollowersFollow
0SubscribersSubscribe