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This advanced workshop follows from Workshop #1 Accepting Voices Two full days, one month apart. Day 1 Thu 30th April, 2020 9:30am to 4:30pm Day 2 Thu 28th May, 2020 9:30am to 4:30pm … Continue reading
Aboot this Workshop Too often, we regard listening as waiting for an opportunity to interrupt. Or else as ‘active listening’: that weirdly fidgety preoccupation of mentally checking off a checklist list of ‘shoulds’ and ‘should nots’, endless micro-tyrannies we can … Continue reading
These are difficult times and this is difficult work: how might we approach it first as human beings? Escalation is a dynamic that involves at least two people. We all “escalate“: in response to [something in] our environment, and in … Continue reading
This introductory and foundational workshop will open doors of understanding, in non-dignostic non-categorising ways, a range of experiences that get called “psychosis” like difficult to hear voices. Ihis workshop isdesigned especially for those who work in health and social services … Continue reading
Pleased to announce, in community partnership with Inner City Family Health Team, this special opportunity to participate in our highly valued “liberating” , emancipatory”, even “universe-tilting” Workshop #1: Accepting Voices. This workshop offers a beginning, an introduction to a non-diagnostic, non-medical, human … Continue reading
Workshop Accepting Voices a unique non-diagnostic and creative way of understanding a range of human experiences that have been mystified and made taboo and yet which are remarkably common and really not that hard to understand.
This workshop is open to all. Registration is required, see below. This workshop offers a human way of understanding the kind of experiences that get galled “psychosis” and offers non diagnostic way of understanding such experiences and also offers a … Continue reading
This event is sponsored and hosted by CS Info Centre Free workshops for those who struggle with experiences like hearing voices that get called names like “psychosis”, and that can be isolating and difficult to live with, and difficult to … Continue reading