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Workshop#1: Accepting Voices in Ajax
Workshop#2: Working With Voices in OSHAWA – 25th-26th Jan2018
Hearing Voices Cafe Toronto | Fall 2017
Hearing Voices Group Toronto 2017-2018
Pathways from surviving adverse experiences to being deemed “psychotic”
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This workshop is open to all. Registration is required, available online NOW with limited number of places at early bird discount rates until Oct 10. Limited places available. Community Partners Big thanks to Durham Mental Health Services and CMHA … 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
Lori Anderson talking of Lou Reed… “Lou is the most wonderful person I’ve ever met and I think of him all the time and he’s completely inspiring to me. I miss him enormously, but there’s no point in … Continue reading
Humans are funny lot, obsessing over some thing they call ‘control’ – but its a weird word, like humans can control anything… like as if any thing controls any other thing… “Control is about as real as a one-legged unicorn … Continue reading
Visions, voices, spirits, ghosts, apparitions, manifests – or whatever you call them- they are real.
If you experience voices, visions, manifests, know this: they are real.
If you don’t, then know two things: they are real and you’re missing out. Continue reading
If someone says something I don’t understand it doesn’t mean they are crazy
– it means I’m not smart enough to understand.
V.S. Ramachandran Continue reading
Does Psychiatry fears the voices it cannot hear? What might they be saying, maybe they are talking about how psychiatry clearly has a case of Norfolk & Clue and clearly has only one coping mechanism – making us as dependent on drugs … Continue reading