UNITING SENSES AND EXPERIENCES NETWORK (USEN)

DISCUSSION- OPEN TO ALL

A open webinar for everyone to discuss our network and plans going forward.

About this event
We know that unusual sensory experiences and beliefs are relatively common in childhood, especially for children who many be struggling with anxiety, depression, loneliness and other adversities. It is also understood that children’s experiences are often multisensory involving hearing voices, visions, smells, intrusive thoughts, and other sensory features. There remains significant stigma and misunderstandings surrounding sensory hallucinations, which often causes further anxiety and distress for young people and their families.

Voice Collective, Sarah Parry and Paul French at Manchester Metropolitan University have received a small grant from Emerging Minds to develop a special interest research group to bring together young people, families, practitioners and the interdisciplinary research community to form a group who could collaboratively transform the theoretical and implementation landscape for these children and their families.

They would like to invite interested people to attend this webinar and be part of our discussions focusing on the future of the network and plans going forward! They are really keen to capture your thoughts and ideas!

This webinar will be held on Zoom.

For more details and to register for this event go here.

Published by CHARM Greater Manchester

CHARM, the Community for Holistic, Accessible, Rights Based Mental Health was launched by The Organic Recovery Learning Community in September 2020.

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