Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Cork Critical Perspectives Conference Live Streaming

Dear All

Apologies for cross posting.

For those of you not attending the above annual critical perspective conference this Wednesday and Thursday, you may be interested to watch the keynotes which are being streamed live.

Please use the following link https://ucc.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Sessions/List.aspx#status=%5B2%2C5%5D

Alternatively, follow the links below:

09:45 David Pilgrim
An Honorary Professor of Health; Social Policy at the University of Liverpool and Visiting Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Southampton. His career has been divided between working as a policy researcher and as a clinical psychologist in the British NHS.
  Live Stream Link

12:00 Dina Poursanidou
A Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the Institute of Psychiatry in London, based at the Service User Research Enterprise; Dina has used mental health services since 2008; Member of Asylum, the magazine for democratic psychiatry.
  Live Stream Link

13:45 Malcolm Garland
A consultant psychiatrist in Dublin. His team tries to incorporate novel and alternative approaches, including a minimal medication approach and an ethos fostering individuation, not dependence.
  Live Stream Link

Thursday 12 November:

09:45 Jacqui Dillon
is a respected speaker, writer and activist, who has lectured and published worldwide on trauma, psychosis, dissociation and recovery. Jacqui is the national Chair of the Hearing Voices Network in England.
  Live Stream Link

10:30 Wilma Boevink
An experiential expert, social scientist at the Trimbos-Institute, the Netherlands. Former Professor of Recovery and founder of Tree (towards Recovery, Empowerment and Experiential Expertise).
  Live Stream Link

13:45 Rory Doody
A Recovery Development Advocate. He is a voice hearer and engages with his own mental health as often as he breathes! Plagued by inner questions like “who does this serve?” he enquires in the different areas of his work, involving education, case work, service and policy developments, structural change, and good intentions.
  Live Stream Link

Plenty of conference information (e.g. programme and Book of Abstract) on www.cvni.ie


Harry Gijbels and Lydia Sapouna

www.cvni.ie (recently re-constructed and being further developed, thanks to Gordon Lucas)

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