Workshops and training
Dissociachotic: Seeing the non psychosis we share
Workshops are offered exploring the Dissociachotic framework. The workshop will unpack the forthcoming publication, Dissociachotic: Seeing the Non-Psychosis we share (Ball & Picot, 2021)
Suicide Narratives workshops
Hearing Voices 2 days
Group facilitator workshops - 3 days
Living well with voices - 4 days
Introduction to Suicide Narratives - 1 day
Certificate in Psychotherapy theory and practice (2022)
The Humane Clinic offers a 1 year certificate in Psychotherapy theory and practice. The certificate explores the following modules:
Working with Non-Ordinary States
Human emotion as a legitimate response to adversity
Working with groups, families and relational dynamics
Journeys of Self and Other
Further details to follow
Power Threat Meaning Framework
Workshops exploring the Power Threat Meaning Framework - an alternative to the diagnistic models of psychiatry and asking the vital question of what happened to you , not what is wrong with you.
The Emotional CPR workshop teaches how to respond to a person in crisis using the principles of
Mental health act tribunal
Humane Clinic will facilitate a workshop that explore self and other person advocacy in mental health act tribunals under the South Australian MH act. The workshop will provide a framework for the individual to present a rationale that the threshold for a community or inpatient orders may not have been met.
Humane Clinic Training Calender 2021 - coming soon
To discuss bespoke workshops or training for your organisation or a public speaking event featuring Matt Ball please contact Humane Clinic at
Humane Clinic acknowledges and respects Aboriginal peoples as the state's first peoples and nations, and recognises Aboriginal peoples as traditional owners and occupants of land and waters in South Australia. Further, that their spiritual, social, cultural and economic practices come from their traditional lands and waters, that they maintain their cultural and heritage beliefs, languages and laws which are of ongoing importance, and that they have made and continue to make a unique and irreplaceable contribution to the state.
We acknowledge that Aboriginal peoples have and continue to endure injustice and dispossession of their traditional lands and waters.