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FREE Booklet: Hearing Voices – A Normal Human Experience
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Pathways from surviving adverse experiences to being deemed “psychotic”
Staircase of Oppression in Mental Health
Where do you feel it in your body ?
Psychosis 2.0 Infosheet
The Voices are Real – and now The Shirts Are Real Too
Monthly Archives: January 2015
You want us to notice
When you’re not around
You’re so fuckin’ special
you wish you wiz special Continue reading
No one said it would be easy Did anyone tell you the road Would be straight and long Relax your mind and give it all to me No one said it would be easy Did anyone tell you the … Continue reading
smoke ’em, smoke ’em, smoke ’em if you gottem
and if ya ain’t gottem, then ya hit rock bottom
Spot-on opinion piece by Rosie DiManno on the power-addicted bureaucrats in charge of The Purple Empire – the totalitarian mini-state that is CAMH – who’ve instituted a new inquisition to take away the one thing that many patients finds actually … Continue reading
wiggle your neck and stomp your feet and boogie on down to da’ funky beat Trouble Funk – Pump me up (Pump, pump, pump, pump me up) (Pump, pump, pump, pump me up) (Pump, pump, pump, … Continue reading
Hearing Voices Toronto Open Night
Thursday 26th March 2015.
Free event, open to all. Continue reading
What we observe is not nature itself,
but nature exposed to our method of questioning.
Unique and innovative training for Workers
Designed for workers – by people who hear voices and workers who work with them.
If, in your work you encounter people who hear voices, see things or have other difficult experiences that most people just don’t “get”, then this workshop is designed for you.
This last fall Family Outreach and Response ran a photovoice program. For nine weeks we met with six young people (18-25) who have experienced mental health distress and worked with them to explore the impact it has had on their … Continue reading