Psychiatry and contact: “Ever met a normal person?”
Maybe your buddy tells you (s)he has a ‘psychiatric diagnosis’. It is very well possible that you did not notice this, at all or only just a bit. Or, to the contrary, it may very well justify your experiences in your contact with your buddy.
Objectives and content
During this evening we will explore the meaning of a (psychiatric) diagnosis in the contact with the other. You will be handed a contactmodel that will help you gain insight in the contact with your buddy.
We would like to ask you to bring an example from practice, preferably one with which you struggle a bit. Together we will investigate the brought in examples with our contactmodel.
The training will be guided by Lidie Nonnekes, an experience expert trainer and Herman Pasveer, a trainer with experience.
All volunteers who successfully completed the basic training supportive volunteering and who are interested in the subject of psychiatry and contact.
Study material will be provided to you during the training.
Number of participants
The course can accommodate up to a maximum of 12 participants.
Certificate of attendance