People experiencing homelessness often have face challenges around mental and psychological wellbeing. Services take a wide range of approaches to support people struggling with these challenges. One approach which services have adopted is to seek to make their service a ‘Psychologically Informed Environment’ (PIE).
A PIE service considers the psychological make-up – the thinking, emotions, personalities and past experience – of its participants in the way that it operates. Services which have adopted this approach have found that it can lead to beneficial wellbeing outcomes for service users and staff.
At the seminar which will start with lunch at 1pm, we will hear from two expert speakers on
Our two speakers are:
There will be space for discussion and an opportunity to ask questions of our speakers on the day.
The event is for senior staff and service commissioners in the public, statutory and voluntary sectors.
Tickets for the event cost £70. Members of Homeless Connect can buy tickets at the discounted rate of £55.
Spaces are limited, so make sure you book your place at the link below by June 9!
We can also send an invoice to your organisation if you would prefer to pay that way. Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org and include any dietary requirements you have for the day.