Connecting People and Ideas in the Hearing Voices Movement

Things clearly weren’t right so I went to the university counselling service and told them I was hearing voices and couldn’t keep up with my work

Emma Harding, from Tooting, South London, became psychotic while studying for a degree in psychology. Now recovered she is a clinical psychologist for the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, and works with people with psychosis.

Psychminded exclusively publishes Harding’s chapter in a new book, Psychosis: Stories of Recovery and Hope, which details her experience.  You can read it here ‎

Intervoice was set up to support the International Hearing Voices Movement, celebrating the diversity and creativity within it. We do what we can to share information and connect people with groups, networks and resources.

World Hearing Voices Day Postcard