Preparing for Recovery: How Do We Make Sure All of Us are Ready for Recovery Community? with Ron Coleman & Karen Taylor

When we decided to “do” recovery did we really spend the time preparing us all for what that would mean? Ron Coleman and Karen Taylor have 20 years experience providing recovery programs for people who are affected by psychosis. Their recovery model includes families, people with lived experience, and mental health professionals working together really having a common understanding of what could be achieved, the paradigm shift needed, and the change from a health agenda to an agenda of community development, human development and education. This presentation will look at choice, ownership, people, and self the 4 pillarstones of recovery.

The workshop is open for peers, family members, caretakers, mental health professionals or anyone who is affected by psychosis.

Ron Coleman and Karen Taylor have an international reputation as speakers and authors. They are the co-directors of Working to Recovery Limited, a company doing training and consultancy work in mental health with the continued focus of which is the further development of recovery based services.

Visit their Website at http://www.workingtorecovery.co.uk/ for more on Working to Recovery Limited.

Registration is required due to limited seating.
Please contact Corinne Collins [email protected] for any questions/concerns. Click here to proceed with payment

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Venue

Cubberley Community Center, Room H-1

4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303, United States

Phone: (650) 329-2418

http://www.cityofpaloalto.org/gov/depts/csd/facilities/cubberley.asp

Organizer

South Bay Project Resource

Phone: (805) 660-0096

https://southbayprojectresource.org/category/events/

[email protected]

Cost

Peers - Free
Family Members - $40.00
Clinicians and Others - $80.00

Registration is required due to limited
Please contact Corinne Collins ([email protected]) for any questions/concerns

Event Website

https://southbayprojectresource.org/category/events/