Working with voices in the NHS: dialogues and monologues
Wednesday 3 October | 12-4PM | The McInnes Room (The Warneford Hospital) | Warneford Lane | Oxford OX3 7JX
Hearing the Voice would like to draw your attention to this upcoming workshop on working with voices within the NHS, which is affiliated with the Educational Voice-Hearing Network in the Collaborating Centre for Value-based Practice in Health and Social Care (St Catherine’s College, Oxford University) and takes place on 3 October at the Warneford Hospital (Oxford).
The event features a wide range of speakers, including our very own Mary Coaten, who will be running a dance movement therapy session, and HtV collaborator Roz Austin.
12.00PM – Outline of the afternoon from Dr Roz Austin (Collaborating Centre, St Catherine’s College, Oxford University)
12.10PM – Dr Jonathan Gadsby (Birmingham City University). ‘Working with voices in the NHS: dialogues and monologues’.
13.10PM – Mary Coaten (Durham University). ‘Dance movement therapy’.
14.00PM – Coffee break
14.20PM – Dr Roz Austin. ‘Voice-hearers’ strategies for coping with voices’.
15.00PM – Pauline Fair (Support Training and Recovery Systems). ‘Voices as a Coping Mechanism’.
15.20PM – Dr Roz Austin and Pauline Fair. Working Group: The Educational Voice-Hearing Network
16.00PM – Close
There is a £20 fee per place, which is payable in advance. To book a place, please follow this link.