Psychosis event and survey
Do you have experiences of psychosis? We want to hear your
We are having an informal event to hear from people with lived experience of psychosis. We want to hear about your experience and how you understand it.
Lunch, tea and coffee will be provided.
Monday, 26th November 2018, 12 – 2pm
GameChanger Wellbeing Centre
North Stand, Easter Road Stadium
12 Albion Place
Edinburgh EH7 5QG
To register, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include any dietary requirements.
If you cannot come to the event, please fill in our anonymous survey:
(paper copies available on request)
We are asking about two key themes:
What is psychosis like for you?
What is it like experiencing psychosis in society?
This is to help develop a course about the lived experience of psychosis.
There will be different ways to contribute your views anonymously, from writing to discussion to more creative ways. All activities are optional – feel free to just come for a chat and to hear more!
Have you experienced psychosis?
Do you want to:
Have your say about information and services for people who have experienced psychosis?
Try to make changes in the way you are treated or the services that you receive?
Then get in touch and get involved in this collective advocacy project!
What Does the Project Do?
The aim of the project is for people who have experienced psychosis to come together, have a collective voice and create change.
The group decides what it wants to do (it is experience-led) and has a CAPS staff member to enable/facilitate its decisions.
For example, the group could:
- collect the views of people with lived experience of psychosis
- use people’s views and experiences to create resources and training
- explore different ways to get information about people’s experiences across