An Alternative Finnish Approach to Healing Psychosis In the 1980s, the psychiatric services in Finland were struggling to support people who were diagnosed with ‘schizophrenia’. 25 years later, their published […]
Psychosis Seminars were “invented” in Hamburg (Germany) by Dorothea Buck, a psychiatric survivor of the German Nazi regime, and Thomas Bock, a psychologist lecturing at the Hamburg university. They are […]
Rufus May recently posted a link to a Spanish sub-titled version of ‘The Doctor Who Hears Voices’ on Youtube. Talking about the documentary, he says: Some Spanish friends have put […]
Voice Collective, a UK project that supports children and young people who hear voices, have released two new booklets for parents and supporters of children and young people who hear […]
Marius Romme in this article, considers five questions about the importance of changing your relationship with the voices. Based on interviews with 50 voice hearers who have recovered from the […]
by Dirk Corstens, Eleanor Longden and Rufus May 1. Why Talk With Challenging Voices Many people who hear challenging voices have found that a turning point in learning to cope […]
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