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HV Workshop #2 – Working With Voices Thu April 30th
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Learning to really, really, really Listen… Workshop: Thu 27 Feb 2020
Hearing Voices Workshop #1: Accepting Voices – Thu28.Nov.2019
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World hearing Voices Congress Montreal 11-13th Nov 2019
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Monthly Archives: January 2018
Voices eh? Most are a lot like humans you know or have known and also a lot like you. – some, maybe, mirror the parts of you that you like others, parts you don’t much like. Some voices don’t make … Continue reading
If I hear a voice you don’t hear then how come the default understanding is that there is something wrong with me?
When it seems to me you might be limiting your own ability to hear. Continue reading
This event is offered especially for family members and supporters to participate in this ground-breaking, innovative workshop that will enable you to transform your own understanding of experiences that get mystified and called “psychosis”; to make connections with trauma and … Continue reading
Streets, streets Livin’ in the streets Street livin’, caught in the trap Guns or books, sell crack or rap Be like kings or be like pawns They called us coons, now they call us cons Street niggas be packing pistols … Continue reading
Note that a sand vest is not the vest you wear while having fun in the sand pit- it’s teh heavy sand filled vest kids are being forced to wear in class to stop them moving “too much” in classes … Continue reading
Very pleased to have been invited to co-present with Jennifer Wynne a the CAST Grounding Trauma Conference 2018. Neither trauma nor difficult experiences that called names like “psychosis” are as mysterious or hard to understand as many experts would have … Continue reading
Captain America offers a little peer support. Continue reading
I don’t even like your type of pain You don’t even ask me what’s my name Lyrics I don’t even like your type of pain You don’t even ask me what’s my name We just fit together like wet on … Continue reading
Workshop Accepting Voices a unique non-diagnostic and creative way of understanding a range of human experiences that have been mystified and made taboo and yet which are remarkably common and really not that hard to understand.