"Relieving Emotional Distress - What's Wrong, What's Needed".
Sponsored by the James Nayler Foundation.
The Foundation is a charity set up to promote education, research and support into Personality and Conduct Disorders. It's underpinning values are Truth, Trust and Consent. It takes it for granted that everyone is born Lovable, Sociable and Non-Violent, and that emotional distress is a consequence of traumatic childhood experiences. And in even the most severely disordered conditions something can always be done to alleviate the distress and suffering.
with Robert Whitaker, Sami Timimi, Bob Johnson, and Rex Haigh et al
SESSION 1: overview:
9:30am – 5 pm
Saturday, 26th November 2011
Friends House, 173 Euston Road,
SESSION 2 Community Voices
Network for Change –
National Paranoia Network.
LUNCH 1-2pm –networking & stalls.
SESSION 3:: Emotional Distress &
SESSION 4:: New ways of working and thinking
The JNF Emotion Education Project
David Pearson & Fiona KennedyBangalore mentoring system –
Peter Clarke,Director, Friends Therapeutic Community Trust, Glebe House
Rex Haighbiopsychosocial approaches in UK and Kabul.
SESSION 5:: Audience perspectives – what's wrong, what's needed.