1 DAY SEMINAR (SATURDAY)
NOVEMBER 2, 2019
Open Dialogue is a network-oriented system of mental health care, which originated in the 1980’s in Western Lapland, Finland. Associated clinical practices include Open Network Meetings and reflecting processes. This seminar introduces the history of Open Dialogue and its 7 core principles and touches upon the psychotherapeutic practice that underpins this approach.
WHO IS THIS SEMINAR FOR?
For practitioners, clinicians, peers and carers.
Discussion, experiential exercises & reflection will consider:
1. Where did Open Dialogue (OD) originate?
2. What is Open Dialogue and its 7 principles?
3. Why is Open Dialogue relevant to mental health care in Australia and worldwide?
4. How is OD experienced by those with mental illness, carers & families?
SEMINAR FEE: 1 DAY
EARLY BIRD $ 200.00 (Before OCT 5, 2019)
REGULAR $250.00 (After OCT 5, 2019)
Early registration is recommended. Numbers are limited according to venue.
Includes 1 day seminar and morning & afternoon tea. Venue is Stanton Library, Miller Street, North Sydney, located close to coffee shops and restaurants for lunch.
A number of spaces are available at reduced fee available for carers & peer workers.