Public Talks

Public Talks and Conference Presentations


I regularly give public talks at conferences and mental health events. Topics include recovery, trauma-informed practice, hearing voices, consumer leadership and mental health advocacy issues.

This page includes links to slides, notes and other resources from popular talks.
 
 
 
 

Popular Talks


Embracing the Elephant … and not getting trampled.

Addressing trauma in the context of Borderline Personality Disorder. Delivered as invited speaker at the 2014 BPD Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 2014.

Speaker slides and notes on the MI Fellowship website

 
 


Raising Consumer Voices and the Barwon NDIS Experience

Delivered with Nathan Grixti, from VMIAC, at the Second Annual NDIS and Mental Health Conference, Sydney, Australia, 2014.

Speaker slides and notes on the Informa Conference website

 
 


The politics of Madness

Lecture delivered at The Melbourne Free University, 2011.

Audio recording on Melbourne Free University website.

 
 


Full list of conference presentations


Daya, I. (2014). Trialogue panel: Resilience, Relationships & Recovery. Invited panel member at the Bouverie Centre Mini Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Daya, I. (2014). Embracing the elephant … and not getting trampled. Invited speaker at the 4th Annual BPD conference ‘What Works!’, Melbourne, Australia.

Daya, I. (2014). Pass the can opener: Highlighting barriers to implementing trauma-informed care and practice within mental health services. TheMHS Conference, Perth, Australia.

Daya, I. and Thomas, N. (2014). Peace Mongering: Consumer leadership in building collaboration between consumers, clinicians, families & the community sector at the 2013 World Hearing Voices Congress. TheMHS Conference, Perth, Australia.

Daya, I. (2014). Panel Discussion: The Consumer Do Want It. Consumer Session Chair at The Victorian Network of Smokefree Healthcare Services Forum, Melbourne, Australia.

Corben, K., McRobbie, H., Atkin, L., Andrew, L., Gasser, R., and Daya, I. (2014). Panel Discussion: Addressing the Challenges. Invited Speaker at The Victorian Network of Smokefree Healthcare Services Forum, Melbourne, Australia.

Daya, I. (2013). Making sense of my voice in the context of childhood trauma. Featured speaker at the Intervoice World Hearing Voices Congress, Melbourne, Australia.

Daya, I., Drake, J., Dent-Pearce, L., and Karagounis, J. (2013). Troubled by troubling thoughts: Why we all hear voices. Workshop at The Mental Health Services Conference (TheMHS), Melbourne, Australia.

Daya, I., Collins, I., and Roper, C. (2013). Open Dialogue Workshop. Invited workshop at The Mental Health Services Conference Consumer Day (TheMHS), Melbourne, Australia.

Daya, I. (2012). Individual Peer Support Programme: Merging the Hearing Voices Approach with Intentional Peer Support. Invited speaker at the Intervoice World Hearing Voices Congress, Cardiff, UK.

Daya, I., & Baker, P. (2012). Setting up and running hearing voices networks. Workshop presented at the Intervoice World Hearing Voices Congress, Cardiff, UK.

Daya, I., Drake, J., Waugh, K., Noble, S., & Karagounis, J. (2012). From Consumer Participation to Consumer-Led Services: Valuing and utilising lived experience & reclaiming citizenship. Symposium presented at The Mental Health Services Conference (TheMHS), Cairns.

Daya, I., & Corben , K. (2012). What is a best case patient experience? Clinical care workshop presented at the Victorian Smokefree Healthcare Services Forum, Melbourne.

Daya, I., & Darwin, C. (2012). Consumers and staff – Working together to improve the experience of care for patients with nicotine dependency. Paper presented at the Victorian Smokefree Healthcare Services Forum, Melbourne.

Daya, I. (2012). A consumer-led program in action. Guest speaker at the Centre of Excellence in Peer Support Forum, Melbourne.

Daya, I. (2012). I Have a Dream… Consumer Leadership in Community Managed Mental Health. Invited speaker at the Vicserv Conference, Melbourne.

Daya, I., Noble, S., Karagounis, J., Comans, K., & Hawes, P. (2012). Mad, Bad and Dangerous to know: working and living with scary voices. Workshop presented at the Vicserv Conference, Melbourne.

Daya, I. (2012). From consumer to manager: when lunatics start running the asylum. Paper presented at the Victorian Mental Health Consumer Workforce Conference (VMIAC), Melbourne.

Daya, I., Noble, S., Karagounis, J., & Drake, J. (2012). Voices Vic: A Consumer Led Program In Action. Workshop presented at the Victorian Mental Health Consumer Workforce Conference (VMIAC), Melbourne.

Daya, I. (2011). Sexual Assault and Suicidality: Recovery from the Lived Experience. Invited speaker at the Asylum Associates Understanding and Working with the Consequences of Childhood Sexual Abuse Conference, Nottingham, UK.

Daya, I., Noble, S., Burton, B., Comans, K., & Hawes, P. (2011). Mad, Bad and Dangerous to know: working and living with scary voices. Workshop presented at The Mental Health Services Conference (TheMHS), Adelaide.

Nguyen, F. & Daya, I. (2011). The Elephant in the Room: Unblocking the Door to Recovery. Paper presented at The Mental Health Services Conference (TheMHS), Adelaide.

Daya, I. (2010). Voices Vic: A Consumer Led Program In Action. Paper presented at The Mental Health Services Conference (TheMHS), Sydney.

Daya, I. (2009). Recovery, Roles and Responsibility. Paper presented at The Mental Health Services Conference (TheMHS), Perth.

Daya, I., Noble, S., & Karagounis, J. (2009). The hearing voices approach. Paper presented at the Grief-Line Conference, Melbourne.

Daya, I. (2008). Connecting participants as workers. Paper presented at the Vicserv Conference, Melbourne.

Devlin, J., & Daya, I. (2008). Moving against discrimination: Exploring current issues in a community project which aims to reduce stigma. Paper presented at the Vicserv Conference, Melbourne.

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