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Community Events: Psychosis 2.0 - Presented by the Leadership Project

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Psychosis 2.0 - Presented by the Leadership Project

Event Short Description

New understandings and effective ways of working with and healing from psychosis

Start Time

6/13/2014 9:00 AM

End Time

6/13/2014 4:30 PM

Event Location Name

Hart House –  University of Toronto

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7 Hart House Circle

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Conference Info:

The Psychosis 2.0 conference is conceived as a follow-up to the ground-breaking 2011 Leadership Project/INTAR conference which deconstructed the traditional bio-medical notion of psychosis, and offered a deeper, more hopeful analysis of the experience that is based in recovery, resilience, human diversity, acceptance and loving kindness. With Psychosis 2.0 the focus will be similarly broad and deep, as we explore trauma, adversity and alienation at the root of psychosis, and in turn, address the relationship and community as the basis for recovery transformation.

The Leadership Project:

The Leadership Project started in 1999 with the initial idea of promoting leadership within the consumer/survivor and family communities. Our main goals quickly evolved into promoting a ‘Recovery’ vision for the Ontario mental health system, creating a space for critical dialogue between survivors, families and providers, and supporting the implementation of recovery values and best practices. To that end, the Leadership Project organizes recovery conferences, forums and workshops that are facilitated in partnership with psychiatric survivors, families and service providers.

Sponsors:

Alternatives, Community Resource Connections of Toronto, Family Outreach and Response Program

Main Conference Registration Fee is $160.00 per person.

A limited number of registrations at $90 are offered to peer-workers, family members and consumers attached to community agencies. Bursaries $40 (limited – first come, first serve) are available for people requiring financial assistance. Please contact Brian McKinnon (see contact info below)  for additional information regarding registration process.

 


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Contact Email

bmckinnon@alternativestoronto.org

Contact Phone

416 285 7996 ext 227

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Content Type: Community Events
Version: 2.0
Created at 5/21/2014 2:14 PM by jackie_nourse
Last modified at 5/21/2014 2:16 PM by jackie_nourse
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