adisorder4everyone Online Festival


Pay what you want and dip in and out of this change-making event at your leisure. Save your place now here

About this event

In September 2020 two and a half thousand people from over 15 different countries registered for the A Disorder for Everyone Online Festival.

AD4E brought together wisdom, experience and passion for change in an online festival full of inspiring contributors who all challenged the mainstream medicalised paradigm of emotional distress that labels and pathologises people’s suffering.

The feedback we received in the weeks and months that followed the event was overwhelmingly positive and encouraging and it provided us with yet more evidence that the appetite for this discussion is growing exponentially.

Many, many people have simply had enough of people’s stories and experiences being negated and dismissed by scientifically questionable labels. They want change, and they want to be part of a movement that is demanding change.

This September we are doing it all again. Please sign up to join us and please help to spread the word as much as possible.

Contributors will be announced nearer the time (we are waiting for confirmations) and as always the line-up will be amazing!

Donations only – Pay what you can afford.

To see talks from our 2020 festival check out the AD4E YouTube channel

This event is supported by Onlinevents

 A Disorder for Everyone! - The Online Festival 2021 image
 A Disorder for Everyone! - The Online Festival 2021 image
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MITUK’s mission is to serve as a catalyst for fundamentally re-thinking theory and practice in the field of mental health in the UK, and promoting positive change. We believe that the current diagnostically-based paradigm of care has comprehensively failed, and that the future lies in non-medical alternatives which explicitly acknowledge the causal role of social and relational conflicts, abuses, adversities and injustices.