This presentation is geared for individuals working in behavioral health or primary health care. 2.5 Social Work CEUS are available. There is no charge for this event, however, reservations are required.
In addition to the screening, members of Recovery Institute's PoWeR Group (Peers in Wellness and Recovery) will share personal recovery experiences and be available for questions.
Please send reservation information to Rosie Corliss at the Recovery Institute at (269)343-6725 or email@example.com.
Healing Voices is more than a film. It is a one-night grassroots documentary release that brings a global community of individuals, groups and organizations together that are dedicated to promoting awareness and creating action around the critical social issue of mental health.
Written and Directed by PJ Moynihan of Digital Eyes Film, HEALING VOICES explores the experience commonly labeled as ‘psychosis’ through the stories of real-life individuals, and asks the question: What are we talking about when we talk about ‘mental illness’? The film follows three subjects – Oryx, Jen, Dan – over nearly five years, and features interviews with notable international experts including: Robert Whitaker, Dr. Bruce Levine, Celia Brown, Will Hall, Dr. Marius Romme, and others, on the history of psychiatry and the rise of the ‘medical model’ of mental illness.
The documentary is ideal for individuals with lived experience in the mental health system, educators, peer counselors, advocates, researchers, psychiatrists, psychologists, healthcare workers, first responders, family members, or anyone who has been touched by mental health issues in their life.
You can find out more about Healing Voices at www.healingvoicemovie.com including screenings being held around the country for this great event.