Making sense of voices: Utilising a biographical and social orientated approach to empower and enable mental health recovery
Facilitators: Pete Bullimore, Shaun Hunt & Kate Crawford
The traditional approach to working with voice hearers focuses upon inabilities and deficits, rather than individuals’ inherent ability to understand and cope with their voices and other experiences. This course is grounded on acceptance of lived experiences of voice hearing. Participants will be taught to employ the Maastricht Interview, an assessment tool developed by Dr Sandra Escher and Professor Marius Romme, which provides a structured method for understanding and working with a voice hearer’s experience. This training has been split into three days to maximize the learning potential. Attendance at ALL three sessions is required to complete the class.
Where and When?
Venue: Raddison Blue, Letterkenny.
- 1st Day – Monday, April 4th 2022, 9.30am to 4.30pm
- 2nd Day – Tuesday April 5th 2020, 9.30am to 4.30pm
- 3rd Day – Wednesday April 6th 2020, 9.30am to 4pm
Lunch and Tea will be offered for three days of training.
Who can attend?
This training is especially appropriate for mental health providers across all disciplines, voices hearers (similar experiences) and their family members/peer. It is expected that participant will become part of the Hearing voice Group in Donegal supporting facilitation of this Self- help Group. Some of the content of the narratives can be difficult to hear please try and identify someone you can speak to if required.
Closing Date for application: 11th March 2022
Future Information about the course contact:
Ursula Gallagher – 0879053747
Eoin Toomey – 0863396881
Jarlath Cannon- 0860477815