We are happy to present this great one day workshop in Auckland. To be held at the Grey Lynn Library Hall, Auckland on November 18th.
Hearing voices is one of the most common experiences that people diagnosed with a psychotic illness have. Research has shown that many people continue to hear voices even after prolonged use of medication and this has meant that many voice hearers do not get relief from their experiences. The consequence of this is that many people live lives that are low in quality & high in distress. This two-day training-course has been developed for Key workers & Voice hearers to work together & learn how to use the ‘Working with Voices’ workbook.
All participants of the training will have:
An in depth understanding of hearing voices
Able to teach and develop coping strategies
Be able to voice profile
Developed confidence, awareness and skills in working with voices
Developed a toolkit for working with voices
The confidence and skills to use the voices workbook
A better relationship when working with voice hearers
Seen a voice hearing group in action
Faced their own fears about using this approach
The understanding to work within the belief systems of the voice hearer
Voice Hearers: A profound difference in the relationship with their voices to aid in their path to wellness.
n.b We request strict confidentiality for voice hearers.
Ron Coleman and Karen Taylor are world renowned experts on voices & recovery. They provide trainings worldwide, have written books and designed successful programs based on their research and experience