Healing Hearts, Minds & Bodies
Keys to Mental & Emotional Wellbeing and Pathways to Getting There
Presented by Rethinking Psychiatry and the Chitari Foundation.
First Unitarian Church
1011 SW 12th Av, Portland, OR
Professional Continuing Education Credits available
People with lived experience, allies, and practitioners will come together to share expertise about holistic alternatives to drug-focused treatment, build a movement to create a community-driven recovery model of real choice, mutual help and fully-informed consent, and nurture relationships to sustain our work and spirits!
James S. Gordon, MD
Keynote speaker, Dr. James Gordon, is a Harvard educated psychiatrist and world renowned expert in using mind body medicine to heal depression, anxiety and psychological trauma. Dr. Gordon is author of Unstuck: Your Guide to the Seven-Stage Journey Out of Depression.
The symposium will be an inclusive forum for mind-body and mental health professionals, individuals and organizations seeking to learn more about holistic and integrative mind-body treatment options and services for mental and emotional wellbeing.
April 2 through April 30, 2014
An array of films chosen and presented by eight different organizations advocating for and supporting mental wellness in our society.
Click here for complete schedule.
Jonathan Keyes, LPC
Our guest speaker at Rethinking Psychiatry’s March 19th monthly meeting will be Jon Keyes. Jon will talk about reforming our approach to helping people who are going through a mental health crisis. He will critique our current process of inpatient hospitalization and discuss improving and creating positive holistic alternatives.
Jon is a licensed professional counselor (LPC), Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), and certified Health Coach. He works as a holistic mental health therapist in his private practice, Hearthside Healing in Portland, OR. He also works as a therapist at Adventist Medical Center, dealing with individuals at their deepest levels of mental health crises. Jon is a contributing writer for Mad in America, and is very articulate, informed and passionate about rethinking psychiatry.
Healing Hearts, Minds and Bodies
This year we are partnering with The Chitari Foundation for our 2014 symposium on May 16 & 17. We will be offering a rich array of workshops covering many aspects of as many holistic healing as possible. If you are interested in presenting we invite you to apply. If you know others who might be interested in sharing their healing modalities please pass this along to them. Applications must be submitted by March 22. If you have questions please call Marcia Meyers 503-665-3957.
Click here to download application (pdf)