24th International Network Meeting for the Treatment of Psychosis

Goal of the meeting is to create a space to exchange experiences of persons/teams who work in Open Dialogue and reflect on the further development of this approach in the world.
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Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel, Warsaw, Poland

28. august kl 09:00 - 1. september kl 14:00

Organizers: Fundacja Polski Instytut Otwartego Dialogu, Leadership Management Polska, Ezra, Leonardo, IP

Information and registration HERE

Contact to Polish Institute of Open Dialogue: meeting@otwartydialog.pl  

For people who are interested in Open Dialogue Approach, we offer the Pre-seminar on Wednesday (28.08.) which will give a chance to meet prof Jaakko Seikkula and know better 7 principles which are guidelines for this practice. We plan as well to have Open Dialogue life-session with the family.

On Wednesday evening all participants are invited to create the themes for the workshops which will take place the next day.

Because the Meeting takes place the first time in Poland, therefore at the Open Day (Friday), you will find out how the International Network has helped the Polish team (since 2012) to build needed competences in Open Dialogue and then convince decision-makers to dedicate resources to set up Community Mental Health Centers in two counties and one district of Warsaw. They are part of the pilotage of the mental health system reform which has been started in 2018.

There will be two forms of speech - presentation and interview. The speakers are Izabela Ciu?czyk (Poland), Pina Ridente (Italy), prof Jaakko Seikkula (Finland), Magnus P. Hald (Norway), dr. med. Rolf Michels (Germany) and dr. med. Werner Schuetze (Germany). The interview will be carried out with prof Bogdan de Barbaro, prof Jacek Wciórka, dr. med Aldona Krawczyk, Bo?ena Piróg, Aleksandra Lisi?ska-Jar?a, Beata Walter, Mariusz Panek, dr Tomasz Rowi?ski, prof Maria Za?uska, Anna Kossowska-Lubowicka and Monika D?browska-Kowalska.

Traditionally Saturday has been committed to studies and research, so we welcome all suggestions for plenaries about this also. We do hope to hear that day prof. Jaakko Seikkula (Finland) and Ph.D. Luc De Bry (Belgium). We look for other people who want to share the research outcomes.


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