Wednesday 3rd April | 10.00 – 16.00 pm | St Catherine’s College, Oxford University | Manor Road | Oxford OX1 3UJ

On 3 April, the Educational Voice-Hearing Network will be delivering an all-day seminar on ‘Relating to Voices’. The event takes place in the Collaborating Centre for Values-based Practice in Health and Social Care, St Catherine’s College, Oxford University.

Places are free. Demand for places is expected to be high, so early booking is advised. A free lunch at St Catherine’s College is included. To book a place, click here.

The schedule can be found below:

10.00 am – Outline of the day from Dr Roz Austin (University of York)

10.15 am – Dr Joachim Schnackenberg (efc Institut) ‘Experience Focused Counselling for working with voice-hearers’.

13.00 pm – Lunch

14.00 pm – Dr Simon Mullins (Consultant Psychiatrist, Sheffield NHS). ‘Reflections on using the Maastricht Approach in my role as a psychiatrist’.

14.30 pm – Dr Stella Compton Dickinson (Music therapist/Healthcare Researcher, and a Consultant Psychotherapist, London), ‘Finding an authentic voice: music therapy in multi-disciplinary psychiatric treatment’.

15.00 pm – Dr Hasanen Al-Taiar (Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Oxford NHS), ‘Supporting voice-hearers on forensic wards’.

15.30-16.00 pm – Dr Roz Austin (University of York), Dr Simon Mullins (Consultant Psychiatrist, Sheffield NHS), Dr Joachim Schnackenberg (efc Institut), Dr Stella Compton Dickinson (Music therapist/Healthcare Researcher, and a Consultant Psychotherapist, London) and Dr Hasanen Al-Taiar (Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist, Oxford NHS). Working Group: The Educational Voice-hearing Network. How do we best support voice-hearers to change their relationships with their voices?

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