REGISTER ONLINE NOW – HV Workshop #1 Accepting Voices 2nd MAY 2019
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My dreams are like torments My every moment Voices in my brain of friends that were slain… ..telling me keep going, dont give up
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
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
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.
What if we could interpret the voices a person might hear that only they hear – and especially those most difficult to hear – as if they were part of some kind of ‘map’, or ‘collage’, or ‘mash-up’ or even a mirror of their life experiences?
You can. So, what’s holding you back? Continue reading
I hear voices across the sea…
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 Durham Region … 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