Mark Hopfenbeck

 

Individual Partner: Mark Hopfenbeck Assistant Professor, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Visiting Fellow, London South Bank University

Preferred contact: Mark.hopfenbeck@ntnu.no

Brief Description of Work: I am a social anthropologist specializing in health and social policy. For the past 15 years I have been teaching postgraduate programmes focusing on Open Dialogue as a value-based approach to mental health care and am currently co-investigator on the ODDESSI trial at UCL and a member of the Advisory Board for the HOPEnDialogue project coordinated by the Italian National Research Council. I am a member of the Relational Welfare research group at NTNU where I also teach mindfulness.Together with Dr Roz Austin, I am co-editor of the ‘Practical Handbooks for Mental Health’ series (PCCS Books).

Key Words: Mental Health, Open Dialogue, Reflective Processes, Mindfulness, Relational Welfare, Green Care, Recovery, Psychosocial Support in Prisons

Resident in: Norway

Working in: UK & Norway

Area(s) of Interest in VBP:Education,Management, Meeting/ASS (Advanced Studies Seminar),Mental Health Policy,Publications/CUP series, Research/philosophy,Services/person-centered,Services/teamwork

Related Area(s) of Interest:Communication and relational skills,Evidence-based practice,Ethics, Mentalhealth philosophy, Medical humanities, Peer support

Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Mental health/psychosocial interventions,Well-being

Read more:

For information on Open Dialogue training:

http://apopendialogue.org/

For details of ODDESSI – a programme of research into crisis and continuing mental health care within the NHS:

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/pals/research/clinical-educational-and-health-psychology/research-groups/oddessi/what-oddessi-1

For an NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) programme on Relational Welfare:

https://www.ntnu.edu/ipl/relational-welfare

For a programme on dialogue in a time of crisis: