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Discovery Partners and Communities & The Hearing Voices Approach Workshop

One day workshop for Mental Health Practitioners, Service Users and Family Members - Free places

Thursday 20th December 2018 Venue: Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board The Lecture Hall (ED27) Education Centre, 2nd Floor, Neath Port Tolbot Hospital Baglan Way, Port Tolbot, SA12 7BX

Innovation: This workshop will provide participants with innovative ways of working together toward the emancipation of service users where realistic outcomes are the focus.

Whole life approach: It will focus on younger adults who require a different approach to the difficulties they are experiencing in their lives.

Co-production: It will provide mental health practitioners with different techniques to enable a person centered  approach in partnership weith service useers and families.

To Book: Thursday 20th December 2018: http://www.eventsforce.net/nliah/1128/register 

For further information, contact: Paul Baker at paul(at)imhcn.org

hearingvoicescymru.org

 

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Discovery Partners and Communities & The Hearing Voices Approach Workshop

One day workshop for Mental Health Practitioners, Service Users and Family Members - Free places

Thursday 20th December 2018 Venue: Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board The Lecture Hall (ED27) Education Centre, 2nd Floor, Neath Port Tolbot Hospital Baglan Way, Port Tolbot, SA12 7BX

Innovation: This workshop will provide participants with innovative ways of working together toward the emancipation of service users where realistic outcomes are the focus.

Whole life approach: It will focus on younger adults who require a different approach to the difficulties they are experiencing in their lives.

Co-production: It will provide mental health practitioners with different techniques to enable a person centered  approach in partnership weith service useers and families.

To Book: Thursday 20th December 2018: http://www.eventsforce.net/nliah/1128/register 

For further information, contact: Paul Baker at paul(at)imhcn.org

hearingvoicescymru.org