Hearing Voices Cafe Toronto | 2020
Hearing Voices Group Toronto | 2020
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Category Archives: Healing
Aboot this Workshop Too often, we regard listening as waiting for an opportunity to interrupt. Or else as ‘active listening’: that weirdly fidgety preoccupation of mentally checking off a checklist list of ‘shoulds’ and ‘should nots’, endless micro-tyrannies we can … Continue reading
Trauma is not what happened in the past but it is about how we experience what happens now. How we experience this moment is shaped by how we experienced every moment we experienced before this one. If we experience event … Continue reading
We have come to think and talk of traum as evil things that happend to us perpetrated by evil people. That’s a fairly new way of thinking about it, made up on the back of an envelope by a small number of people – you might be surprised where it comes from.
Hosted by Ontario Shores Family Council A Caregiver Event Understanding Voices : learning to listen to the pain of trauma and “psychosis” Presenter: Kevin Healey Kevin Healey hears voices and has done so for longer than he -or they -care … Continue reading
Pleased to announce, in community partnership with Inner City Family Health Team, this special opportunity to participate in our highly valued “liberating” , emancipatory”, even “universe-tilting” Workshop #1: Accepting Voices. This workshop offers a beginning, an introduction to a non-diagnostic, non-medical, human … Continue reading
From Babette Rothschild… No3 in Series from the book: 8 Keys to safe trauma recovery. This below is from the series of short videos summarising the book. #3 Remembering is Not Required “One of the holes we have in … Continue reading
It is not the case that some people with bodies are “voice hearers” and some are “not-voice hearers” . The categorization is false – #fake, made up. Are you an “air breather” or a not-air breather? Its similar. Everyone can … Continue reading
This post is, in part, a response to an excellent article in Asylum magazine in which Akiko Hart expresses some concerns about the nature of the discourse in “mental health”, and makes a call for less concern with being right … Continue reading
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