We’ve had a busy autumn, delivering lots of training. The past few months, we’ve had some great trainees attend our half-day, one-day and three-day Voice Collective courses. A huge thanks to all those who attended ‘Supporting Children & Young People Who Hear Voices’ on 11th September; ‘Supporting Young Refugees and Asylum Seekers Who Hear Voices’ on 25th September; ‘A Fresh Approach to Understanding Young People Who Hear Voices’ on 23rd October, and our group facilitation training on 6th, 13th and 14th November 2017.
We’ve got two upcoming trainings at Voice Collective, with only a few places left. On Monday 11th December 2017, we have our level 3 training, called ‘Advanced Working With Voices’, from 10am-4pm at Amnesty International UK (Shoreditch, London). This training builds upon our level 2 (‘Supporting Children & Young People Who Hear Voices’) and group facilitation training and looks in depth at things such as developing therapeutic relationships with those who do not trust easily, as well as looking at ‘taboo’ (e.g. violent or sexual) voices. (Please note: this course is deliberately kept at a small number. In order to attend ‘Advanced Working With Voices’, you must have attended either level 2 or group facilitation training with us, prior to 11th December 2017.) For more information and to register for this course, please see our Eventbrite link. There is currently one space left on the course.
On Monday 22nd January 2018, we are running ‘A Fresh Approach to Understanding Young People Who Hear Voices’ training again, from 1.30pm-4.30pm at Amnesty International UK (Shoreditch, London). This half-day course is an introduction to the Hearing Voices Network approach to voice hearing. It looks at what it feels like to hear voices, for a young person, as well as the impact hearing voices can have on their home, school, and social life. Attending this course is a pre-requisite to attending other Voice Collective training. For more information and to register for this training, please see our Eventbrite link.
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