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Carita Kilpinen and Mai Peltoniemi, Finland. The Peaceful Impact Movement: Creating Sustainable Psychiatry
In order to create sustainable psychiatry, we first need to understand emotional trauma and structural dissociation and how they affect human life.
Our experience breaths life in to the theories about emotional trauma and structural dissociation.
We are Keynote speakers @ 8th European Conference on Mental Health
The model of the sustainable psychiatry
According to my current perspective, the objectives of psychiatry are predominantly too modest. This is an important message because it can give people hope. Possibilities remain unused. For the existence of many very different premises, there seems to be considerable qualitative variation among the objectives.
Therefore, in raising the issue of the theoretical basis of psychiatry, it is my intention to give people reasonable hope of better treatment, better therapy, better realization of human rights, better life. I know that by stating things like these I might be looking for trouble but, on the other hand, I am assured that this will result in something really good. I am willing to take all the risks concerned in bringing these issues to light because there is potential for great collective rewards.
Cooperation is the key
Our team is composed of various experts in the field of trauma, some of which are also equipped with experiential expertise. Bringing these professionals and experiential experts together enables us to create more multifaceted trainings – and information for a broader audience.
Books about trauma and dissociation
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Downloadable resource for 8th European Conference on Mental Health participants.
In September we attended one of the most inspiring conference we have had the pleasure to present so far. Now we are happy to announce that we have been invited to the 8th European Conference on Mental Health to take on the main stage and to deliver captivating keynote speeches at Belfast, Ireland.
We asked the members of the Finnish Association for Trauma and Dissociation to write about living with dissociation disorder – the symptoms they are dealing with and the treatments and resources they have discovered. The material was brought together in this handout to share experiential knowledge for peers, family members and professionals working with trauma survivors.