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Workshop#1: Accepting Voices @ UoT- Fri 27th Oct 2017
Workshop#1: Accepting Voices in Ajax
Workshop#2: Working With Voices in OSHAWA – 25th-26th Jan2018
Carnival des Voix in Ajax Fri 20th Oct 2017
Hearing Voices Cafe Toronto | Fall 2017
Hearing Voices Group Toronto 2017-2018
Pathways from surviving adverse experiences to being deemed “psychotic”
They Heard Voices – Sneak Preview at the HV Cafe
Where do you feel it in your body ?
The Voices are Real – and now The Shirts Are Real Too
Category Archives: Weird
“This talk isn’t very good.” “Thoughts” “voice”, inner voice” “inner critic” – whatever you call yours there are at least as many ways of learning to live with it as there are ways of learning to live amongst humans. Many … Continue reading
If you’ve never seen an elephant ski you’ve never been on acid – Eddie izzard …or watched Babaa
Hear My Voice Hear my voice is a group is for those who embrace the voices they hear and want a space where the voices can speak for themselves in their own voice and to dialogue with other voices. If … Continue reading
The problem with using a word is that everyone interprets it differently.
Johan Cruyff Continue reading
What we observe is not nature itself, but nature exposed to our level of questioning.
Werner Heisenberg Continue reading
Is any of it real?
We live in a kingdom of bullshit.
Three hundred million people hear voices on a regular basis.
That’s a lot of people to treat like crap just because hey are different.
Jim van Os is a psychiatrist who knows understands the devastating consequences of the widespread stereotype of schizo diagnoses. He has been actively researching into relations between environment and diagnoses, especially early adverse experiences and how they relate to becoming … Continue reading