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Mental Health Recovery Conference in Toronto

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INTAR and The Leadership Project of Toronto co-sponsor this event. INTAR supports alternatives for mental health recovery, and is a sponsor group of MindFreedom International.

  • Conference
When Nov 03, 2011 12:00 AM to
Nov 04, 2011 12:00 AM
Where Toronto, Canada
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[Below is forwarded information from INTAR, for more info go to INTAR's web site.]


The Leadership Project of Toronto & INTAR announce an important Mental Health Recovery Conference.



This conference offers a unique opportunity to

hear from a distinguished group of writers,

clinical practitioners, researchers, advocates and

activists who are foremost in their fields of critical

psychiatry, psychology, education, journalism,

community development and activism. Their

inspiring work on psychosis, depression and

recovery puts them in the vanguard of the push

to transform mental health care. Join them as

they present the case for a new perspective on

psychosis, and humanistic, community-based

alternatives for recovery.


November 3 & 4, 2011


University of Toronto, Hart House


Registration and conference details to follow.


Our Guests:


Robert Whitaker “Anatomy of an Epidemic”


Richard Bentall , Ph.D Deconstructing Schizophrenia


Sandra Escher, Ph.D. Hearing Voices


Dr. Philip Thomas Critical Psychiatry


Rufus May, Ph.D Unusual Beliefs


Dr. Joanna Moncrieff Psycho-Pharmaceutical Complex


Alisha Ali, Ph.D. Oppression/Depression


Dr. Michaela Amering Trialogue


Joe Goodbread Process Psychology


Julie Repper, Ph.D. Social Inclusion


Will Hall Psychiatric Drugs/ Harm Reduction


Maria Haarmans CBT for Psychosis


Dr. Peter Stastny “Crisis or Opportunity”


Ron Bassman, Ph.D. “Inspiration, Hope and Possibility”


and others


Leadership Project


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Challenging Our Understanding of Psychosis and Exploring Alternatives for Recovery

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