2018 National Peer-supported Open Dialogue Conference
Time: 9.30 am - 5.00 pm
Venue: Regent Hall, 275 Oxford Street, London W1C 2DJ
The 2018 Peer-supported Open Dialogue conference is upon us. Peer-supported Open Dialogue is a form of client-driven, relationship-centred mental healthcare that brings friends, families and peers together to support the person experiencing distress, helping them make sense of their experience and find a way forward together. This is different to the 1:1 care most receive today, and the emphasis is on enabling the person at the centre of care to take control and gain a sense of agency together with their social network from day one.
The world's largest trial of Open Dialogue is now underway in the UK and so the conference will be an opportunity to deliver a progress report on that. In addition, given the international attention we have now generated in our Open Dialogue training and research, we will be welcoming the founders and most high profile Open Dialogue practitioners and teachers from around the world, including Jaakko Seikkula who will be speaking on the day too.
Tickets are on a donations basis – so pay as much or as little as you like – and it all goes to the cause of promoting Peer-supported Open Dialogue in the NHS. The event is sponsored by NELFT NHS Trust, and its Open Dialogue inspired national referral service; Dialogue First.
Conference tickets are available to book here
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