Psychosis: Origins, Experience and Meaning

A one day conference organised by ISPS UK Southcoast Network in collaboration with Soteria Brighton, Hearing Voices Brighton and the Spiritual Crisis Network Brighton

This ticketed event is open to practitioners, people with lived experience of psychosis, families, carers, academics, researchers and anyone with an interest in the subject of psychosis.

The first event of its kind for the South Coast, this one-day conference initiated and promoted by ISPS UK South Coast Network in collaboration with local organisations including Soteria Brighton, Hearing Voices Brighton, and the Spiritual Crisis Network Brighton. It is hoped that this conference will be the beginning of a regular Annual South Coast Network Conference programme. The conference is part of the National ISPS UK post-Liverpool Congress Strategy of ‘keeping psycho-social approaches at the heart of the NHS’. Follow this link for tickets.

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Signs of Reincarnation

Exploring Beliefs, Cases, and Theory

James G. Matlock – Foreword by Jeffrey Mishlove

https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781538124819/Signs-of-Reincarnation-Exploring-Beliefs-Cases-and-Theory#

Signs of Reincarnation provides a systematic, inter-disciplinary examination of beliefs in as well as evidence for reincarnation that will appeal to students of anthropology, religious studies, philosophy, and the psychology of consciousness and memory, as well as parapsychology. Matlock discusses various ways the reincarnation evidence may be interpreted and shows that although the postmortem survival and reincarnation of consciousness entails a rejection of the materialist notion that consciousness is generated by the brain, it does not require the acceptance of any radically new concepts or the abandonment of well-established findings in mainstream psychology or biology. The book includes an extensive bibliography and a glossary of specialized and technical terms. « less

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200 Recorded Cases Target Reached

The target of 200 recorded cases of spirit possession for study and analysis has been reached. Researchers with an interest in suspected spirit possession and its relationship with mental illness are invited to analyze the data. Click this link for a histogram of age distribution.

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