Hearing Voices Cafe Toronto | 2020
Hearing Voices Group Toronto | 2020
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Category Archives: Difference and Diversity
WNYC News reports how children separated from families at the US border are being brought to public hospitals in NYC showing signs of trauma – having been wounded by their experiences and showing “symptoms of psychosis”. Surprised? Given that being … Continue reading
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Hearing Voices Cafe comes to Calgary ! Friday 4th May 2018 6pm Hosted by Psych Survivor YYC At: Weeds Café 1903 20 Ave NW Big thanks to Psych Survivor YYC working with us and also opportunity to attend … Continue reading
Many social movements have their origins in cafes, Toronto’s Hearing Voices Cafe is one such… ” Matt Galloway CBC Metro Morning
Join us for a different kind of conversation about whet it means to be human in this world. Continue reading
Big Yo! to all the peeps and voices who came out for Carnival des Voix yesterday.
In Oshawa, Ontario. Continue reading
Psychosis is not a “thing” except as a kind of aperture or a lens through which we view someone struggling. It’s an interpretation, a way of seeing, of categorizing, naming, and talking about a person’s struggle. That that lens, that … Continue reading
The condition of truth is that it allows suffering to speak. Dr Cornel West
Boozhoo A couple of years ago I had the great honour and pleasure to meet and spend a day learning much from Eddy Robinson as he shared with us some Indigenous ways of knowing. Here he shares from his own … Continue reading
This event is sponsored and hosted by CS Info Centre Free workshops for those who struggle with experiences like hearing voices that get called names like “psychosis”, and that can be isolating and difficult to live with, and difficult to … Continue reading