The Perspectives learning event is just a week away,
11th May 2021, 10am-3pm
Following the publication of the Fulfilling Lives South East ‘Perspectives Project’, we are hosting an online event on Tuesday 11 May to consider support for people with coexisting conditions (or a dual diagnosis) who have complex trauma presentations. What have we learnt during this project? What could it help enable locally? Are there new ways of working we want to try together?
The day is built around several interactive workshops, and a keynote panel discussion featuring:
- Colm Keegan (Director, Innovation and Impact, Social Interest Group)
- Jan Larkin (Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Head of Psychology, Turning Point)
- Niamh Cullen (Public Health Manager (Drugs & Alcohol), Public Health Calderdale MBC)
The event is open to policy makers, managers, and frontline staff working in services for people affected by co-existing conditions.
We still have spaces available, for more information please contact Rebecca.firstname.lastname@example.org
To book a place please follow the link below: