POSTPONED - Healing Spaces: madness, music & transformation

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In light of the ongoing public health situation, we have taken the decision to postpone this event. As soon as a new date has been arranged it will be accessible on our events page.

DR CHRISTOPHER FINDLAY
in conversation with ​
THE REV PROF JUNE BOYCE-TILLMAN ​

This conversation will range over topics such as spirituality, music, balance, rhythm, embodiment and psychiatry and the place of these in a culture of restriction.

It will examine how people negotiate their way through this complex landscape and how music might help this. It will look at the place and nature of evidence in this culture and how these interface with the patient’s voice in the development of social prescribing where there is a complex interaction between volunteering, private companies and professionalism and the relationship between management and governing systems and the place of music in healing.

Where does holistic thinking and its manifestation in practice sit in the current climate? How can psychiatry and music work together to support healing and enrich our view of what it is to be a human being?​

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