Entries by Jacqui

Making Sense of Dissociation Raising Awareness & Promoting Healing

A rare opportunity to work with a trainer with both personal & professional experience, awareness and skills in understanding & working with dissociation. Learning Outcomes: • Greater awareness of the continuum of dissociative experiences. • Enhanced confidence, responsiveness and awareness for supporting survivors of trauma, abuse and adversity. • Awareness of effective short and long-term […]

Listen to Jacqui’s Keynote: Recovery as Social Action: The Personal is the Political

Via http://www.hearingvoicesusa.org/other-events-trainings/117-jackie-dillon-at-intar A few folks from our community travelled to Liverpool, England this summer to attend the INTAR 2014 conference (International Network Toward Alternatives and Recovery). The theme of this year’s conference was “Power to Communities: Healing through Social Justice.” Evan Goodchild made an audio recording of Jacqui Dillon‘s Keynote speech: Recovery as Social Action: The Personal is the Political. Jacqui Dillon is […]

Keynote Talk on Demedicalising Distress in Powys, September 2013

Watch my recent talk on Demedicalising Distress in Powys on YouTube. http://youtu.be/JHzHliy5yeQ The Powys Mental Health team invites you to a free conference they are organising in in Llandrindod Wells. Shaping Services Together. Should the question underpinning how we shape our mental health services be “what has happened to you” rather than “what is wrong […]

Treatment Gap: The Truth about Mental Health

If you have a mental health problem, where you live in the world makes a big  difference to the care you receive. In many lower and middle income countries,  three-quarters of people with mental health problems don’t have access to  mainstream mental health services. Even in wealthier, developed countries, the figure is close to 50%. […]