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PAST PROGRAMMES


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The Anthony Slater interviews...


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RTCI 1 NEWS

Complete List of Programmes
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RTCI 2: COMMUNITY MAGAZINE


HOW CREATIVE IS YOUR COMMUNITY? - FILL THIS SPACE


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RTCI 3: TALK AND LISTEN

Complete List of Programmes


RTCI 3

1. Features

Complete List of Programmes

A Visit to

SUGRIZIMAS THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY

Lithuania

Anthony Slater talks with:

Valdas Siskus

and

Jaunianas Mincevichius


PROGRAMME


RTCI 3

2. Talks and Conferences


Complete List of Programmes


HENDERSON HOSPITAL

10th Annual Maxwell Jones Lecture

8 September 2006

10th Annual Maxwell Jones Lecture

“Sustaining Community - Political Expectations of Change”


Lecturer: Nick Benefield


Respondent: Gwen Adshead


PROGRAMME



HENDERSON HOSPITAL

CELEBRATING 60 YEARS 1947 - 2007

11th Annual Maxwell Jones Lecture

6 October 2007

11th Annual Maxwell Jones Lecture

“How Therapeutic Community Principles Can Be Applied to Improve Secure Forensic Services”


Lecturer: Anne Aiyegbusi


Respondent: Gary Winship


PROGRAMME


HENDERSON HOSPITAL

12th Annual Maxwell Jones Lecture

28 November 2008

12th Annual Maxwell Jones Lecture

“Therapeutic Communities: - a natural impulse or evolving technology?”


Lecturer: David Kennard


Respondent: Penny Campling


PROGRAMME



10th International Symposium on Substance Abuse Treatment

11 October 2007

10th International Symposium on Substance Abuse Treatment

"REFORMS, IDEOLOGY AND BEST PRACTICE"

Oslo, 1-3 October 2007


DAY ONE Chair: Edle Ravndal

1. Welcome from Edle Ravndal, and a Musical Surprise: "The Keep Coming Back Band"

2. Anthony Slater, President of the European Federation of Therapeutic Communities

3. Rowdy Yates, Executive Director, EWODOR

4. Jens Guslund, Director, Directorate for Health and Social Affairs: "Substance Abuse Problems in Norway: Reforms, ideology and best practice"

5. Prof. George De Leon, Centre for Therapeutic Community Research (NDRI), USA: "Ideology in a Maturing Science of Addiction: Some Insights from Four Decades of Therapeutic Community Research and Treatment"

6. Dr. Sverre Nesvåg, Director of the International Research Institute of Stavanger (IRIS), Norway: "The Norwegian Substance Abuse Treatment Reform: Between New Public Management and Conditions for Good Practice"

7. Evening: Jazz, with George DeLeon on saxophone

DAY TWO

Chair: Dr. Gabrielle Welle–Strand

8. Prof. Jan Blomqvist, Centre for Social Research on Alcohol and Drugs (SoRAD), University of Stockholm, Sweden: "From Faith to Knowledge? Reflections on Some Pre-requisites for Evidence Based Addiction Care in Sweden"

9. Prof. Christian Haasen, Institute of Psychiatry, University of Hamburg, Germany: "Cultural Factors in Treatment and Health Policy with Respect to Substance"

10. Kerstin Stenius, Senior lecturer, Centre for Social Research on Alcohol and Drugs (SoRAD), Stockholm University, Sweden: "Paternalism Versus Autonomy – Understanding the Position of Compulsory Treatment in Finland and Sweden"


Chair: Vera Segraeus

11. Rowdy Yates: "Bad mouthing, bad habits and bad, bad boys – Part 2"

12. Prof. Eric Broekaert: "A Religion too far. On the hidden ideology of a social therapeutic belief system"


DAY THREE

Chair : Fanny Duckert

13. Prof. Michael Gossop, National Addiction Centre, Kings College, London, U.K: "How does Research Inform Best Practice in Treatment of Addictions?"

14. Prof. Mads Uffe Pedersen, Director / Researcher, Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research, University of Aarhus, Denmark: "Best Practice in the Real World – and Something About How to Define."


INTERVIEWS FROM THE CONFERENCE

Anthony Slater interviews...

15. George DeLeon

16. Mads Uffe Pedersen and Prof. Håkan Jenner

With comments by Ms. Bente Gulbrandsen, Director of Research and Development, Phoenix Haga, Norway



PROGRAMMES



RTCI 3

3. Interviews

Complete List of Programmes


RTCI 3

Anthony Slater interviewing...




ISABEL and JEANETTE

Graduating from the Phoenix Haga Programme, December 1, 2008



PROGRAMME


PETRA VONDRAKOVA
Clinical Psychologist

MATUS SUCHA
Specialist in Pedagogical Psychology

TEREZA ADAMKOVA
Psychologist


Visiting Phoenix Haga from Charles University, Prague


PROGRAMME



BOB CAMPBELL

Of Phoenix Futures, and his future

AND

SOURAYA FREM

Of Cenacle De La Lumiere drug rehabilitation center in Lebanon


PROGRAMME




GEORGE DE LEON

Two recordings on his childhood, education, training, and professional life

AND

JOE WILSON and GEORGE DE LEON

Discuss therapeutic community present and future over a meal


ALL THREE PROGRAMMES



Ko Miyanaga

Reflects on Monar, De Kiem, Phoenix Haga, and the future in Japan


7 minutes

PROGRAMME



Lisbeth

Returning to Phoenix House Haga with her children after 15 years since graduating


10 minutes

PROGRAMME



Pedro Moreira

Reflecting on his time at Phoenix Haga (since January 2008)


8 minutes

PROGRAMME


RTCI 3

September 22, 2007

Mountain trip by Phoenix Haga community members and some re-entry members and staff.


Six days and nights hiking and camping in beautiful Norway.

Location: Trollheimen fjell område (mountain region) about 120 kilometers from Trondheim.

Height above sea level up to 1,600 meters.

August 2007

The Interviews

by Jeanette and Renate

PROGRAMME


The Video

PROGRAMME

RTCI 3

4. RadioTC International Norsk - Programmes from Norway Radio


Complete List of Programmes



  • PROGRAMME ONE or: "How many languages can we fit into five minutes and thirty seconds?"
  • Anthony Slater (English)
  • Hallvard, staff member at Phoenix Haga (Norwegian)
  • Sven (American English)
  • Nikolas (Norwegian)
  • Emir (English, Russian, German & Italian)
  • Marius (Mixed Norwegian dialect, part west coast, part east, south and a bit in the middle)
  • PROGRAMME TWO
  • Emir's journey (på Norsk)
  • PROGRAMME THREE Part ONE
  • THE WANDERING MICROPHONE: HALLVARD EXPLORES PHOENIX HAGA (in English)
  • Hallvard talks with Bjørnstein, Stian, and Marius
  • PROGRAMME THREE Part TWO
  • Hallvard talks with Henrik and Niklas
  • PROGRAMME FOUR
  • Professor Håkan Jenner (Special and treatment pedagogics), School of Education, Växjö University, Sweden

and Dr. Ylva Benderix, School of Education, Växjö University.

  • PROGRAMME FIVE
  • FROM WARM SOUTH TO COLD NORTH: Discovering Phoenix Haga, Norway - Anthony Slater interviews Pedro Moreira



PROGRAMMES


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RTCI 4: ARTS, BOOKS AND MUSIC

Complete List of Programmes


"Murals, Music and Film at Mohican Juvenile Correctional Facility, Perrysville, Ohio

Two projects of Wisconsin-based AVEC: - Arts Vitally Enrich Communities


In these two films, guided by community artists Constance Friesen and M. Tim Friesen of AVEC, the young men in the Mohican Juvenile Correctional Facility create a mural and a film about the making of the mural, writing and performing their own songs.


"The mission of Mohican Juvenile Correctional Facility is to provide holistic substance abuse treatment services to juvenile offenders in a safe and secure, therapeutic community that promotes right living principles for a drug and crime free existence."


"The artistic philosophy of Community Artists Constance Friesen and M. Tim Friesen begins with the premise of creating "with"....with paint, with music, but most importantly, with the communities."


Film One: "MoJCF - The Story About Our Therapeutic Community"

running time: 10 mins approx

Film begins automatically after click


Film Two: "Food for Thought"

running time: 11 mins approx

Film begins automatically after click




Holly J. Thomas, Recreation Activity Therapy Administrator, Mohican Juvenile Correctional Facility writes:

"We invited Tim and Connie to Mohican Juvenile Correctional Facility to head up a mural project. The first completed project is 8X32 ft. and tells a story about our Therapeutic Community. Approximately 168 adjudicated male youth participated in this project. Those youth that preferred not to paint became involved in making a movie showing the process of the mural and putting music to that movie. It was through Tim and Connie’s direction and leadership in painting and songwriting, that the youth were able to express themselves in new ways and create a beautiful work of art. This was accomplished in 4 days."


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RTCI 5: "AUDIO DIARY"

1. Personal Diaries

Complete List of Programmes


RTCI 5

2. Conference Diaries

Complete List of Programmes

Global NGO Forum on the 1998-2008 Review of the United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on illicit drugs, 7th - 9th July 2008


BEYOND 2008 NGO GLOBAL FORUM


held in the Vienna International Centre (Austria), organized by the Vienna NGO Committee on Narcotic Drugs, in partnership with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

1. Anthony Slater speaking with Dr. Efren Ramirez

Founder of Phoenix House in New York in 1967, currently the director of Comunidad Terapeutica Ambulatoria de Ocean Park, in Puerto Rico

12 minutes


2. Anthony Slater speaking with Ron Williams

President and CEO of Therapeutic Communities Inc, Stay'n Out New York

2 mins. 9 secs.


3. Anthony Slater speaking with Dr. Jean LaCour

President NET Training Institute, Orlando- Florida USA.

2 mins. 9 secs.



PROGRAMMES



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RTCI 6: MAINLY FOR MEMBERS

RTCI 6

Association of Thrapeutic Communities

ATC

Complete List of Programmes


Tom Harrison

"Chaos Complexity and Therapeutic Communities"

Windsor Conference Guest Lecture

September 5, 2007

introduced by ATC Chair

Chris Holman

PROGRAMME

Audio with PowerPoint presentation


ASSOCIATION OF THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITIES

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

September 5, 2007

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PROGRAMME



RTCI 6

European Federation of Therapeutic Communities

EFTC

Complete List of Programmes

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Don Mario Picchi,

Founder and President of CeIS, Centro italiano solidarieta di Roma

Speaking upon receipt of the EFTC Award for dedicated and exemplary contribution to therapeutic communities within the international field



VIDEO

- Italian

- Italian, with English Voice Over

3 minutes 30 seconds


RTCI 6 Community of Communities

CofC

Complete List of Programmes
RTC6

COMMUNITY OF COMMUNITIES ANNUAL FORUM

2009

Additional Information

A View From Ground Level"



Recorded live at the
School of Oriental and African Studies, London

March 27, 2009


PROGRAMMES


MORNING SESSION

Welcome and Introduction to the Day

18 minutes
Rex Haigh, Project Lead
"Community of Communities: Past, Present and Future"
Rex Haigh, C of C Project Lead




PROGRAMMES

AFTERNOON SESSIONS

MEMBER PRESENTATIONS

A. GETTING AN EVIDENCE BASE: THINK GLOBAL, ACT LOCAL

61 minutes

Diana Menzies, Chair

1. TC Research Network: Coordinating Data Collection

Steve Pearce
Rex Haigh
Vanessa Jones

2. Voices from the Young People at Glebe House

Paul Plummer
Sheila Gatiss



B. NON-TALKING THERAPIES

64 minutes
Steve Hopewell, Chair

1. Art Therapy at St. Andrews, York

Ruth Merriman
Community Members

2. Conservation Therapy in TCs for Addictions

Jeremy Booker
John Hall (Phoenix Futures)



C. WHY DO TCs STILL HAVE AN IMAGE PROBLEM?

66 minutes

Roy Phillips, Chair 1. From Peper Harrow to Childhood First

Peter Blunden

2. Camphill Communities

Michael Green



D. ACCREDITATION: WHAT'S MISSING?

64 minutes
John Turberville, Chair

1. TCs and Chairs

Marya Hemmings, HMP Dovegate

2. Main House

Staff and residents



E. WORKING WITH CLIENTS WHO DON'T TURN UP

60 minutes

:Beatriz Sanchez, Chair

1.Threshhold, Belfast"

Threshhold people

2. Attendance Past and Present

Staff and Residents from the Cawley Centre



F. THE CHALLENGE OF C of C STANDARDS AND METHODS

61 minutes
Kirk Turner, Chair

1. Initial findings from a research study of the C of C process in TCs for people with severe and enduring mental illness

Ed Beveridge, C of C

2. Whose network is it anyway? Responsibilities within a peer-review process

Peter Holmes

PROGRAMMES

FINAL SESSION

COMMUNITY OF COMMUNITIES DEBATE:

This house proposes that a community is not a community unless members eat together
43 minutes
Rex Haigh, Chair

Proposed by:

Kath Lovell
John Diamond

Opposed by:

Steve Pearce
Rachel Graham

PLENARY

24 minutes
Chris Holman, Chair


PROGRAMMES


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RTCI 7: SPOTLIGHT ON...

Complete List of Programmes


RTCI 7

Sociotherapy

4 March 2009

Sociotherapy
A talk about the change processes used at Fraser House, a Therapeutic Community in North Ryde Hospital on the Sydney North Shore, Australia, 1959 to 1968

Dr. Les Spencer


55 mins.

PROGRAMME

RTCI 7

Research

23 May 2007

The Cassel Hospital c. 1921-1930: A unique British mental health institution


4. Akinobu Takabayashi, Research Student at the Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at University College London, discussing his research on the Cassel Hospital. From the Planned Environment Therapy Trust Archive and Study Centre


10 mins. 23 secs.

PROGRAMME


10 May 2007

"Relationship Versus Authority: Psychiatric Social Work, Therapeutic Communities, and the Subjectivity of the Child, c1930 - c1970"


3. Dr. Jonathan Toms, Wellcome Research Fellow in the Centre for the History of Medicine at Warwick University, discusses his current research during a visit to the Planned Environment Therapy Trust Archive and Study Centre in Gloucestershire.


7 mins. 33 secs.

PROGRAMME


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RTCI 8: GUEST CHANNEL

Complete List of Programmes

Child Care History Network (CCHN)

Inaugural Conference

October 23rd, 2008

Barns Conference Centre

Planned Environment Therapy Trust

Toddington, Gloucestershire


"CHILD CARE: THE NEED FOR HISTORY"

Purpose of the Conference

  • To bring together a diverse range of individuals concerned in different ways - personal, professional, vocational - with child care and its history and future
  • To help to develop a mutual awareness and understanding of their various personal and professional interests, perspectives, issues, concerns, and language
  • To help set the agenda for the Network's priorities and work for the next five years
  • And, of course: To enjoy the occasion, and one another's company



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