Understanding & Supporting People with Paranoia & Distressing Beliefs
10.00am – 5.00pm Thursday 29th May 2014
& 10.00am – 1.30pm Friday 30th May 2014
Esmee Fairbairn Foundation
90 York Way
London N1 9AG
About The Course:
- Do you want to find out a bit more about the experience of paranoia and beliefs?
- Are you supporting someone and want to improve your knowledge and confidence?
- Or perhaps you already run a Hearing Voices group and want to brush up in your awareness and skills around paranoia and beliefs?
The course will cover the following main areas:
- Understanding the experience of ‘Paranoia’ and the distress that can be related to beliefs
- Different ways of making sense and coping with paranoia and beliefs
- Testimony from people with lived experience
About The Trainer:
Molly Carroll has lived experience of paranoia, overwhelming beliefs and developing peer support approaches in this area.
About The Project:
Mind in Camden’s London Paranoia & Beliefs Project is working to develop a sustainable London-wide network of peer support groups for people who struggle with paranoia and/or beliefs. We work in partnership with the National Paranoia Network. It is part of the wider London Hearing Voices Project, which has years of experience supporting the development of peer support groups for people with overwhelming experiences.
£0 Free: People with substantial lived experience of paranoia
£50 Concession: Voluntary organisations and unfunded individuals (including students)
£75 Standard: Statutory & commercial organisations (including NHS, Council & Private)
If you are unsure which fee category applies to you, please contact John before booking.
For more information, please contact:
Mind in Camden, Barnes House, 9-15 Camden Rd, London, NW1 9LQ
020 7241 8978 | firstname.lastname@example.org