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Hearing Voices Workshop #1 : Accepting Voices APR 2020
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This introductory and foundational workshop will open doors of new understanding, in non-diagnostic non-categorising ways, a range of human experiences like difficult-to-hear voices that get called names like “psychosis”. This workshop is designed especially for those who work in health … Continue reading
This advanced workshop follows from Workshop #1 Accepting Voices Two full days, one month apart. Day 1 Thu 30th April, 2020 9:30am to 4:30pm Day 2 Thu 28th May, 2020 9:30am to 4:30pm … Continue reading
Pleased to announce, in community partnership with Inner City Family Health Team, this special opportunity to participate in our highly valued “liberating” , emancipatory”, even “universe-tilting” Workshop #1: Accepting Voices. This workshop offers a beginning, an introduction to a non-diagnostic, non-medical, human … Continue reading
Opportunity to gain deeper understanding of hearing voices ; powerful insights you can integrate into your worldview, and practical ways of working in the safe spaces you create with people who hear voices.
Join us in enacting a world that understands voice hearing – a world that is easier for us all to live in. Continue reading
Innovative and unique training for those who work with people who hear voices. Designed by people who hear voices and people who work with people who hear voices, learning from both experiences. If in your work you encounter people who hear voices – … Continue reading