This curriculum has been developed and piloted for a wide range of mental health professionals including: inpatient/outpatient psychiatric nurses, psychiatrists, social workers, psychologists, family members, first responders, direct care workers in residential, day treatment and psycho-social rehabilitation programs, mental health administrators, policy makers, police officers, academic faculty, and students. Learning Goals: To empathize more deeply with the challenges voice hearers face, reduce the fear and stigma surrounding the voice hearing experience and learn to teach self-help skills to voice hearers.
- Discuss what is voice hearing
- Learning about the subjective experience of hearing voices and those that are distressing
- Understand the day to day challenges that people with psychiatric disabilities experience
- Changing practices to better address the needs of people who hear distressing voices
- Describe support networks and coping strategies for voice hearers
Registration: $59 per person. Student Registration: Enrolled students may receive a discount. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
Paid parking close to our ASU offices on the 1st floor of the Westward Ho is available at the corner of Fillmore and Central, at street meters, and other parking lots downtown. We are unable to provide or validate parking for this event.