Complimentary Conference for Mental Health Awareness Day 2018

accomplish to host complimentary conference for Mental Health Awareness Day 2018, bringing together advocates, professionals, staff and clinicians 

For Mental Health awareness day, we are delighted to offer complimentary Mental Health conference tickets. The conference will be held on the 10th October at Wyboston Lakes in Bedfordshire.

The focus of the conference is Recovery and is entitled Recovery: Building Hope for the Future. The aim of the day is to bring together advocates, professionals, staff, clinicians and people we support.

The Benefits of attending will be to self assess and reflect on own practice, the opportunity to network with colleagues and other professionals and to discuss best practice.

Learning Outcomes

      • Resilience factors and strategies
      • Outcomes and positive stories
      • Co-production and recovery
      • Practical guidance in supporting recovery
      • Pathways to independence

 

Benefits of attending

        • Self assess and reflect on own practice
        • Network with colleagues and other professionals, who are working to improve services and best practice

 

We have confirmation of the following fascinating talks for this event:

Recovery Colleges, bringing out the amazing in people, Gayle Woodcock (Quality Lead, Lakeside) and Michael Wilson (Star Centre Supervisor, Lakeside)

Establishing a Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) Service, Dr Victoria Vallentine and Elise Stephen (Consultant Psychologist)

Discovery, not Recovery! – Recovery is the continuous journey of “Discovery” Wayne Saville (Expert by Experience) and Iris Benson MBE

Preventing Transitional Anxieties – How better planning can prevent “self-sabotage” Wayne Saville (Expert by Experience) and Iris Benson MBE

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