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Compassion Focused Therapy for psychosis (CFTp) for Family Members and Peers

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Presented by Stanford Medicine and South Bay Project Resource

SAVE THE DATE!!!

This workshop is for family members and individuals with the lived experience!

WhenSunday, October 13, 2019, 10:00AM – 5:00PM
Registration starts at 9:30AM

 

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Where
: Stanford University
Tresidder Memorial Union
Cypress North & South Rooms
459 Lagunita Drive
Stanford, CA 94305-2072

Directions: Click Here

Fee: This event is FREE

Parking: FREE
Stanford Parking & Circulation Map (July 2019)

Snacks and refreshments will be provided

Registration: Stanford Online Registration

Seating is limited. 

To learn more about Compassion Focused Therapy for psychosis visit https://balancedminds.com/

To learn more about Dr. Charlie Heriot-Maitland visit Psychosis Summit Interview with Dr. Charles Heriot-Maitland, 2017

To learn more about Stanford Medicine’s INSPIRE Clinic visit http://med.stanford.edu/psychiatry/patient_care/inspire.html 

To learn more about South Bay Project Resource visit https://southbayprojectresource.org/ 

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Community Education Day for Psychosis

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Presented by Stanford Medicine and UCSF

SAVE THE DATE!!!

Service users, family members, and providers are all welcome to this workshop!

When: Saturday, October 19, 2019, 8:30AM – 3:00PM

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Where
: Redwood City Community Activities Building
1400 Roosevelt Avenue
Redwood City, CA 94061

Directions: Click Here

Fee: This event is FREE

Parking: FREE

Lunch will be provided

Community resource vendors

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Topics to Include

Compassion Focused Therapy for Psychosis (CFTp)
Dr. Charlie Heriot-Maitland, Balanced Minds, University of Glasgow

“Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for psychosis: individuals, groups, and family interventions”
Kate Hardy, PsyD, INSPIRE Clinic, Stanford University

“Medication Update”
Demian Rose, MD, UCSF Path Program

Trauma and Psychosis
Nichole Olson, PhD, INSPIRE Clinic, Stanford University

Cannabis and Psychosis
Dan Mathalon, MD, PhD, UCSF, Path Program

Exercise and Wellness
Jake Ballon, MD, INSPIRE Clinic, Stanford University

Advocacy and Community Involvement
Panel discussion with representatives from various community agencies

Stakeholder Involvement
Panel discussion with service users and family members
Bay Area Hearing Voices Network (BAHVN) 
South Bay Project Resource (SBPR)

Moving toward Empathy and Honesty Through the Lens of NVC – Non-Violent Communication Workshop

with Kristin Masters

Every criticism, judgment, diagnosis, anger is the expression of an unmet need.

                      — Marshall B. Rosenberg

When: Saturday, November 10, 2018, 10:00AM – 5:00 PM

Where: Cypress Community Center, 403 Cypress Avenue, Room 5, San José, CA (Map/Directions)

Fee: This event is free

Registration Required, e-mail: southbayprojectresource@gmail.com

Important Note: This is a Zero Waste event.  Please bring your own mug and containers for drinks and snacks. 

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FREE WORKSHOP – “Families FIRST – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for psychosis Skills for families (CBTpf)”

with Kate Hardy, Clin.Psych.D, Co-Director, INSPIRE Clinic, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University School of Medicine

When: Saturday, April 7, 2018, 10am-5pm

Where: Cypress Community Center, 403 Cypress Avenue, Room 6, San José, CA

Fee: This event is free

Registration Required, e-mail: southbayprojectresource@gmail.com

Please click here for printable PDF file.

Important Note: This is a Zero Waste event.  Please bring your own mug and containers for drinks and snacks. 
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Non-Violent Communication (NVC) for Families Training

with Roxy Manning, PhD,  CNVC Certified Trainer

“Every criticism, judgment, diagnosis, and expression of anger is the tragic expression of an unmet need.” —Marshall B. Rosenberg

When: Fridays, January 12 February 9, 2018, 7:00 – 9:00 PM

Five Fridays: 1/12/18, 1/19/18, 1/26/18, 2/2/18, 2/9/18.

Where: Cypress Community Center, 403 Cypress Avenue, Room 5, San José, CA

Fee: This event is free

Registration Required, e-mail: southbayprojectresource@gmail.com

Please click here for printable PDF flyer.

Important Note: This is a Zero Waste event.  Please bring your own mug and containers for drinks and snacks. 
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“Emotional CPR Workshop – How to Assist Others Through an Emotional Crisis”

presented by Dina Tyler and Kenneth Kozi Arrington

When: Saturday November 4, 2017, 10AM-5:00PM (Registration starts at 9:30AM)
WhereCypress Community Center, Room 6, 403 Cypress Ave, San Jose (Map/Directions)
 Fee: workshop is free.  REGISTRATION REQUIRED: Please email sbpr6666@gmail.com

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New CRAZYWISE Documentary directed by Phil Borges

What can we learn from those who have turned their psychological crisis into a positive transformative experience? 

Bay Area Hearing Voices Network hosts a screening and discussion of the new documentary CRAZYWISE directed by Phil Borges.

During a quarter-century documenting indigenous cultures, human rights photographer and filmmaker Phil Borges often saw these cultures identify “psychotic” symptoms as an indicator of shamanic potential. He was intrigued by how differently psychosis is defined and treated in the West.

Through interviews with renowned mental health professionals including Gabor Mate, MD, Robert Whitaker, and Roshi Joan Halifax, PhD, Phil explores the growing severity of the mental health crisis in America dominated by biomedical psychiatry. He discovers a growing movement of professionals and psychiatric survivors who demand alternative treatments that focus on recovery, nurturing social connections, and finding meaning.

CRAZYWISE doesn’t aim to over romanticize indigenous wisdom, or completely condemn Western treatment. Not every indigenous person who has a crisis becomes a shaman. And many individuals benefit from Western medications. However, indigenous peoples’ acceptance of non-ordinary states of consciousness, along with rituals and metaphors that form deep connections to nature, to each other, and to ancestors, is something we can learn from. 

CRAZYWISE adds a voice to the growing conversation that believes a psychological crisis can be an opportunity for growth and potentially  potentially transformational, not a disease with no cure. To view extended trailer of CRAZYWISE click here.

When: Thurs., August 10, 2017, 7:00-9:30 pm
Doors open at 6:30, film at 7:00 pm, discussion to follow film 

Where: The Lab, 2948 16th Street, San Francisco, 94103 (one block from 16th street BART station)
(Map/Directions)
Suggested Donation: $10.00 *** BUT NO ONE WILL BE TURNED AWAY FOR LACK OF FUNDS! ***
Space for 150 people.
Please forward this flyer widely to anyone who may be interested!