You are invited to attend the upcoming presentation as a part of the Mental Health Breakfast Series at The HOpe Centre.
Friday April 29th, 2016
Eyes! Birds! Walnuts! Pennies! Listening to Madness
This one-woman performance will introduce the audience to the experience of trauma-induced psychosis.
Discussion afterward will explore how one can find personal meaning in madness–and so cultivate the potential for transformation.
Dr Apu Chakraborty and Rosalind Irving will join the discussion during Q&A
Erin Soros is an award-winning writer, scholar and oral historian Her fiction and academic articles have appeared in international journals and anthologies and her stories have been produced for the CBC and BBC as winners of the CBC Literary Award and the Commonwealth Award for the Short Story. She has an MA from UBC, an MFA from Columbia University and a PhD from the University of East Anglia. She was the Harper-Wood Fellow at Cambridge University and recently accepted a position as a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto
This talk will take place from:
8 am – 9 am
HOpe Cafe Atrium
1337 St. Andrews Avenue,
North Vancouver, V7L 0B8.
A full breakfast will be provided by HOpe Cafe.
Peer Navigator & Community Engagement Coordinator
*Please note, I work part-time hours and am generally in (Mon, Wed, Thu, Friday)
Kelty Dennehy Mental Health Resource Centre (KDMHRC)
Located at the HOpe Centre
1337 St. Andrews Avenue
North Vancouver, B.C. V7L 0B8
KDMHRC Hours : Mon to Thu, 10am to 5:30pm
Fri, 7am to 2:30pm
The Kelty Dennehy Mental Health Resource Centre is located on unceded Indigenous land belonging to the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations.
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