Coyote invites you to join Lewis and Barbara in the beautiful Lake District this Autumn (26-29th October 2018) to share their knowledge and skills around the treatment of psychosis within community and with non-pharmacological means, narrative approaches to chronic pain and its use in primary care, and healing within a narrative/indigenous framework.
Day 1 Friday evening “Saying Hello” and planning 6-8.30pm
Day 2 Saturday Narrative Story Telling 9.30am—5.30pm
Day 3 Sunday The Ancestors 9.30am—5.30pm
Day 4 Monday Cherokee Bodywork 9.30am—5.30pm
Melmerby Village Hall Church Road Melmerby
PENRITH CA10 1HB
You are invited to attend the whole weekend, or parts of it, and you are welcome to camp etc, or bring kip mats and sleeping bags to sleep in the Hall, with showers at the nearby Leisure Centre.
There are various Air B&Bs around.
Cost Whole weekend £150.00
Single days at £65.00 per day
Places are limited so please book early with non returnable deposit of £50 to avoid disappointment.
Please bring your own food, or the Village Bakery provides wonderful food too.
Email: email@example.com for further details and bookings.
THEN at the Quaker Meeting House,Penrith
30th October 2018, 2-4pm £10
Talking circles is one of the ways that indigenous populations sort out issues. They enable people to be heard and for a deep listening to occur. Communication is in a strikingly different mode from standard western ways of talking and listening. The effects can be profound in even a short time. This method marked the foundation of restorative justice
Getting the Magic back into Medicine
30th October, 7-9pm £10
Getting the magic back into Medicine shows how a GP working closely with a psychotherapist can achieve so much more by seeing and hearing the whole person. Their enthusiasm for their craft is infectious. Previously GPs have sent thanks to them both for reminding them of the reasons they became doctors.
To reserve a place please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Or phone 07788 661772
Dr Mehl Madrona is a GP and psychiatrist working on the North East coast of the USA - Bangor ,Maine. He has published extensively and provides workshops internationally.
The meeting is being convened by Dr Venetia Young retired GP and Family Therapist. She will explain how their joint working enabled her practice to deal more effectively with its frequent attender population and with practice meetings. Their collaboration and its measurable effectiveness has recently been published in the Kaiser Permanente journal.