Join us for sneak preview of independently made and made-in-Toronto documentary that’s now being shown internationally.
This film invites questions and conversation, we invite you to join us and meet filmmaker Jonathan Balazs and hear how he became interested in telling this story – and how his understanding and telling of the story is evolving.
This event is a special edition of hearing Voices Cafe where we invite you to join us in different kind of conversation about what it means to be human – and to struggle with being human.
Together with ISPS, we are making plans for a series of community events that will screen three important documentaries and invite conversation and connect community.
Through partnership with ISPS-US [the North American Chapter] we have access to three important documentaries sharing different perspectives on what sometimes called “mental illness”.
- Healing Voices
- They Heard Voices
We are now seeking community partners to work with us and help us make this happen.
Come, join us on 3rd July, hear more and join with us as we make plans
The world changes when we change the way we think and change what we do.
We invite you to join us…
ISPS is international organization dedicated to development and promotion of social and psychological approaches to experiences that get called “psychosis”.
ISPS-US is the North American Chapter of ISPS and is active organizing events in North America, members include professionals of all stripes including: psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, OTs, therapist and a whole bunch of others; as well as experts by experience, family members and carers – everyone. You can join too.
Membership of the ISPS-US automatically includes membership to ISPS international, so you get the best of both.
ISPS-US holds annual conferences , this year’s conference is in Portland, October 2017. ISPS hold international conferences biannually – next one is in Liverpool.
This event is jointly sponsored by the Toronto branch.
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