Voices of Experience Series
from the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
The “voices of experience” series is a series of workshops covering a broad range of topics related to supporting individuals with an experience that can be called psychosis, unusual beliefs, and extreme states all grounded in a lived experience perspective. Presenters will draw upon their own lived experience and integrate this with groundbreaking work as it relates to clinical intervention, systems practice, and theoretical and critical thinking.
This series is aimed at all providers and those interested in working with individuals with an experience that can be called psychosis with a particular focus on Coordinated Specialty Care settings. The maximum enrollment per workshop is 60, and the zoom link will be sent one week prior to date of the first workshop. Registered individuals will have access to a recording of the workshop for up to 30 days after the event.
Peers: $40 affiliate, $50 nonaffiliate | Clinicians: $80 affiliate, $100 nonaffiliate
*Affiliate = participants who have completed (or who are currently undergoing) training and consultation with Stanford faculty
Cancellations will be accepted with a full refund up to 7 days prior to the first workshop date. After 7 days prior, no cancellations are available.
Voices of Experience Advisory Group
Musa "Drew' Babatunde
Anti-racism and oppression in coordinated specialty care
Speaker: Chacku Matthai
Integrating peer support – for clinicians and peers
No July Session
Involuntary treatment, advance directives, informed consent
Speaker: Elyn Saks
The journey to use medications to support recovery
Speaker: Patricia Deegan