Deafinitely Theatres production of 4.48 Psychosis has opened many conversations around mental health within the deaf community and amongst academics and sector professionals. How sign language is used in this area needs more research and discussion – as our ideas around mental health evolve, so must the language.

This workshop for BSL Interpreters will explore new signs for mental health. This will enable participants to understand sensitivity with the signs we are using and explore how we communicate in BSL around the topic of mental health and how signs have changed over time.

Led by Herbert Klein and Victor Nathan

Minimum Requirements: Qualified BSL Interpreter

Price: £50

When: December 14th

Time: 11am – 4pm

Venue: Old Diorama Arts Centre

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