Wednesday 28 November 2018 | 10AM-4PM | St Catherine’s College (Oxford University)
The Collaborating Centre of Values-Based Practice presents the following seminar on ‘Surviving student life as a voice-hearer’. The event takes place at St Catherine’s College (Oxford) on 28 November from 10AM-4PM.
10.00 am – Arrival, registration and coffee
10.15 am – Outline of the day from Dr Roz Austin (Network Lead of the Educational Voice-hearing Network)
10.30 am – Dr David Crepaz-Keay (The Mental Health Foundation). ‘Surviving student life as a voice-hearer: what helps, what hinders’.
11.00 am – Adam Plus One film, followed by Adam speaking about his film.
11.20 am – Coffee
11.40 am – Dr Louise Johns (Oxford University). ‘Supporting students who hear voices: what the Early Intervention in Psychosis Service can offer’.
12.20 pm – Elizabeth Treasure (Oxford University). ‘Mentoring students with long term mental health conditions in a HE context’.
12.50 pm – Lunch
14.00 pm – Dr Ruth Collins (Oxford Mindfulness Centre) – ‘Mindfulness practical session for students and staff’.
15.00 pm – Dr Roz Austin (York University). ‘Challenges for student voice-hearers’.
15.25 pm – ‘Working group: The Educational Voice-hearing Network’.
16.00 pm – Closing
Demand is expected to be high for the twenty-five places available at this event, so please book early. Booking for the event will close on 31 October. To book a free place, please visit the event page here or email Roz.