Family Matters: Strategies for families supporting people who have experiences labeled as psychosis

This session will inform participants about a variety of innovative strategies providers can share with families to assist them in supporting people who hear voices or experience other unusual beliefs or extreme states that are often labeled as psychosis. Internationally recognized educator, consultant, and presenter Cindy Hadge draws from her own experiences overcoming childhood trauma as well as her experiences supporting family members to fuel her passion and inform her work resulting in invaluable information and tools shared with participants. There will also be time for questions and discussion to close out this 1.5 hour workshop. 


Presenter: Cindy Hadge has become an internationally recognized educator providing training and consultations to mental health providers worldwide who are looking for innovative ways to approach voice-hearing and extreme states. She is also passionate about developing and facilitating healing spaces and workshops for families whose loved ones are not responding well to the current mental health system’s offerings. As Lead Trainer of the Wildflower Alliance, Cindy has keynoted a variety of conferences.


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Starts: Jan 9, 2024 1:00 pm
Ends: Jan 9, 2024 2:30 pm
Registration Deadline
January 9, 2024
Event Type
Webinar/Virtual Training
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