EIP Carer Support Workshop
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1 day workshop that will help attendees explore what Open Dialogue approaches can offer to enhancing and developing our work with carers and families within EIP services - with a specific focus on those situations that can feel particularly complex. In addition to introducing some key principles of dialogic practice, the workshop with give attendees the opportunity to work through some case studies and consider how they might practically apply these ideas within their context.
The workshop will be delivered by Rachel Waddingham as seen on BBC Horizon: ‘Why did I go mad?…’
Rachel is a freelance trainer and consultant, a writer and speaks at conferences. She is a trustee for the English Hearing Voices Network, Vice Chair of ISPS UK, Chair of Intervoice and an Executive Committee Members of the International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis. She has personal experience of psychosis and has worked in the mental health field for over 15 years, setting up projects to support those who hear voices and have unusual beliefs and their families. She now works as part Kent & Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust’s new Open Dialogue team