Category Archives: psychosis

Some voices have all the fun…


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

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Accepting Voices 4 Families – Whitby, ON – Thu 5th April 2018


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

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Grounding Trauma Conference 2018 : Challenging Paradigms. 17th, 18th April 2018


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

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If anything I’ve learned that it’s not a permanent condition, things do get better


“Psychiatry is a sham but I find myself using their language because that’s the common language. I think I’ll stop that. I think it’s the human condition. We get hungry, angry, lonely, tired, sad, scared, and overwhelmed and it colours … Continue reading

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A person given a diagnosis of “psychosis” is 15 times more likely to …


Wonder how the “voice inside your head”  finished off that sentence… Some straight talking… Here’s some data: A person who has been given a diagnosis of psychosis is three times more likely to have been abused as a child than … Continue reading

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