The conference “Challenging Our Understanding of Psychosis and Exploring Alternatives for Recovery” help November 3 & 4, 2011 at the University of Toronto was a great success.
The conference offered a unique opportunity to hear from a distinguished group of writers, clinical practitioners, researchers, advocates and activists who are foremost in their fields of critical psychiatry, psychology, education, journalism, community development and activism. Below are links to some downloads from the presentations.
Alisha Ali – The Pathogenesis of Oppression
Shery Mead – Intentional Peer Support – a Personal Retrospective
Joanna Moncrieff – The Psychopharmaceutical Complex
Sandra Escher – Accepting and Making Sense of Voices
Robert Whitaker – Anatomy of an Epidemic
Michaela Amering – Trialogue
Julie Repper – A Rights Based Approach to Recovery
Hearing Voices Groups using CBT for Psychosis Tools & Principles w. CRCT
Joe Goodbread – Process Work with Extreme States of Consciousness