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We’re part of a movement for social change, this is where we publicise our own and fellow movement members’ events and happenings.


  1. A Disorder for Everyone! - The Book Launch Event — Birmingham

    20 September 2019

    Still challenging the culture of psychiatric diagnosis & exploring non-pathologising, trauma informed alternatives. (In association with PCCS Books and The Rape and Sexual Violence Project)

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  2. Compassionate Mental Health — Buckland Hall, Bwlch, Brecon Beacons, Powys, Wales, LD3 7JJ

    24-26 September 2019

    Experiential events designed to inform, inspire and empower people living and working with mental distress.

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  3. What Works: Creating a Culture of Trauma Responsive Practice in Scotland — Grand Central Hotel, 99 Gordon Street, Glasgow, G1 3SF

    05 November 2019

    Epione Training & Consultancy are delighted to host the inaugural one day ‘What Works’ trauma conference. This historic setting will bring together world-renowned Dr Bruce Perry with interactive webinar alongside leading researchers, neuroscientists, highly specialist therapists, practitioners and experts by experience to discuss one of the most pervasive public health issues of our time: adverse childhood experiences and childhood trauma.

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  4. Meaning Conference 2019 — Brighton, United Kingdom

    14 November 2019

    Meaning brings you bold ideas from unexpected places. Meaning brings you thinkers and do-ers from business, activism, academia and the arts. Get ready for the pioneering purpose-driven businesses innovating to disrupt not only their sectors but whole systems.

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  5. A Disorder for Everyone! — Cardiff, United Kingdom

    29 November 2019

    A Disorder for Everyone - challenging the culture of psychiatric diagnosis and exploring trauma informed alternatives in association with Platfform

    This day is for anyone interested in and concerned about the current debates in 'mental health.'

    It provides a space to explore the critical questions of the day around the biomedical model and the narrative of 'diagnosis and disorder'.

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