The following message is posted on behalf of Marius Romme, Sandra Escher and Paul Baker about an initiative they are developing to engage with people who hear voices and live well with […]
The experience for a “psychotic” is an overwhelming one. It’s like being thrown into a turbulent river of change and not being able to swim or being in an alien […]
INTERVOICE has always considered the importance of accepting peoples’ own explanations for their voice experiences as paramount. Many people believe their voices to have spiritual or other significance. In this […]
A New Frame of Reference for Human Intelligence Professor Dr. Marius Romme MD. Sandra Escher PhD and Tim O’Kennedy Black or white. Good or bad. Acceptable or unacceptable. Right or […]
The experience of hearing voices unheard by others is probably as old as mankind and well known to the ancient Greeks, we also know it was commonly experienced in Egyptian […]
Introduction To hear a voice that has no apparent physical cause is usually regarded by psychiatry as an auditory hallucination, a sign of a mental illness. It is most often […]
Today we live in a world where the experiences of hearing voices and seeing visions are very often viewed by psychiatry through a biological/medical lens. This approach encourages psychiatry to […]
Researchers: Elisa Gatiss, Robert Dudley, Bryony McGregor, and Mark Freeston. Doctorate of Clinical Psychology, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne. UK. Hallucinations and voice hearing have been traditionally associated with severe […]
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