Thursday, 12 May 2016

'Innovations in psychosocial rehabilitation' event Glasgow 13May16; Prof Paul Lysaker #Psychosis

'Innovations in psychosocial rehabilitation' event in The Lighthouse, Glasgow, 13 May 2016:

"You are warmly invited to attend a one day event exploring opportunities for innovation in enhancing recovery outcomes for people experiencing severe and enduring psychosis. This is a fully subsidised event with places available for representatives of all stakeholder groups. The programme includes presentations, panel discussions, and Q&A sessions from the perspectives of experts by experience, researchers, clinicians, and carers. 

Keynote Address 

We are delighted to include a keynote address by Professor Paul Lysaker, Professor of Clinical Psychology, Indiana University School of Medicine, USA. Paul is an innovator in psychological approaches to understanding and treating psychosis. The title of his talk is: 

"Treating the whole person with serious mental illness: Contributions from the study of metacognition"

Doors open from 9am | Start 10am | Finish 4:30pm
Capacity is limited so please book your place early.  

The Lighthouse: views
Enquiries can be directed to Dr Hamish McLeod: hamish.mcleod@glasgow.ac.uk or Prof Andrew Gumley: andrew.gumley@glasgow.ac.uk

When
Where
The Lighthouse - 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow G1 3NU, United Kingdom - View Map"

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Psychotherapy and recovery from schizophrenia: A review of potential applications and need for future study, Paul Lysaker et al, Psychol Serv. 2010 May 1; 7(2): 75–91. doi:  10.1037/a0019115

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