This event is organised as one of the series: 'Cross Disciplinary Perspectives on Anti-social Personality Disorder'
Building on earlier events this seminar will explore the relationships between State authorised systems of care, custody and containment and those that they seek to help, punish or detain.
The seminar is being organised in collaboration with colleagues from EMERGENCE, a major National service-user led organisation that aims to make life changing difference for everyone affected by personality disorders through support, advice and education (http://www.emergenceplus.org.uk/).
Discussion will be structured around a series of dialogues and will focus on service-users’ experience and may raise issues such as psychosocial processes of inclusion/exclusion, the giving and taking of offence, diagnosis and (not) being diagnosed, and treatment/rehabilitation.
When & Where
Psychosocial Studies, University of East London
This event is funded by the ESRC, and organized by collaboration between David W Jones (Psychosocial Studies at the University of East London), Chris Scanlon (Community Housing Trust), David Gadd (University of Manchester, amd the Association of Psychosocial Studies.