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Free One-Day Workshop: The Psychology of Psychosis

Public Workshop

Professor John Read

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PSYCHOSIS:
FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE

Farewell Presentation:

Friday, February 15th 2013

9.30 - 4.30

Tamaki Innovation Campus,

The University of Auckland

Building 721; room 201

Professor John Read's last workshop in New Zealand before returning to the UK will summarise the latest research on the psycho-social causes of madness and the efficacy of psychological treatment approaches. John will be joined by clinical psychologist Jeremy Clark (St Luke's First Episode Psychosis team);expert-by-experience Debra Lampshire (Auckland DHB and University of Auckland) and Dr Melissa Taitimu (Clinical psychologist) who will focus on the practical implications and applications of the research.

This free workshop is intended as a ‘thank you’ to all those in the mental health community who support the Clinical Psychology programme in various ways.

It is also open to everyone interested in improving services for people who hear voices or have very unusual beliefs.

Please RSVP to Sheryl Robertson, s.robertson@auckland.ac.nz by 1st February 2013

Morning tea and coffee will be provided. Lunch by own arrangement. There are cafes on campus.


ENDS

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