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
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.
This two-day workshop will give you a practical, “hands-on” introduction to a handful approaches you can use singly or in combination when supporting a person who has asked you to walk alongside them as they begin their work exploring and making sense … Continue reading
Shortlink: http://wp.me/p1gxmN-47E This workshop is open to all. Registration is required, limited places available. NOTE: If you are a current Grad Student at U of T please see note about spaces available to you for free through UTGSU Grad Minds. … Continue reading
BBC Horizon documentary aired in UK on 2nd May, 2017. Why Did I Go Mad? It starts us off in familiar territory, deep within the orthodox belief – the story that that people who hear voices have a thing called … Continue reading
Emancipate yourself- different kind of conversation about what it means to be human at the Hearing Voices Cafe, talk, listen, drink, eat.
Very pleased to announce this new workshop specifically designed for experienced clinicians, Approved by Ontario Psychological Association and offered through Oshawa Psychotherapy Training Institute. Facilitators: Kevin Healey … Continue reading
Another in a series from Dave Umbongo reflecting on how humans and voices humans might hear are alike…
Share the poster: HV Group Toronto Poster -Sep 2016 We start our 7th Year in September 2016. In a new Place. We’re grateful to Houselink for use allowing us of their space to find our feet, and for offering us a new … Continue reading
The Voice You hear When You Read Silently is not silent, it is a speaking- out-loud voice in your head; it is *spoken*, a voice is *saying* it as you read. It’s the writer’s words, of course, in a literary … Continue reading