Perceiving things differently: psychosis

9 October, 7:00 pm

1 hourPWYD

Discussion | Health & Medicine, The Mind

Perceiving things differently: psychosis

New Road Baptist Church, Bonn Square, OX1 1LQ

What is psychosis?… you can explore it today with Kathy Sykes, in a friendly discussion with psychiatrist Paul Harrison and others who have experienced psychosis. Compare perspectives,
share tips on supporting people with psychosis and explore signs and symptoms informed by the latest mental health research.

Suitable for teenagers and adults.

You are welcome to stay beyond 8pm to continue conversations in a safe space.

Dr Kathy Sykes OBE (Chair), co-founded and directed the Cheltenham Science Festival. As Head of Science, she helped create Bristol’s Millennium hands-on Science Centre. She was: a member of the PM’s Council for Science and Technology; a Trustee for VSO and the Science Museum; Professor of Sciences and Society at Bristol University. She has presented BBC science documentaries.

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New Road Baptist Church, OX1 1LQ