Connecting People and Ideas in the Hearing Voices Movement

Listening, taking action & discovering yourself

14 July 2011, 9.30am – 4.30pm

at SCI, 14/15 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8PS

ISPS UK Conference FlyerAlan Meaden: “Cognitive Therapy for Command Hallucinations: Reducing Distress and Harmful Compliance”

Rachel Waddingham: “Making Sense of Voices: A Service User Perspective”

Martyn Illingworth: “Peer Support Working – Involvement at its best?”

Jen Kilyon: “Supporting a family member’s recover – A personal narrative”

This conference will focus on the experience of hearing voices, the importance of recognising all aspects of human experiences and importantly, will celebrate the contribution made by Janey Antoniou to improving mental healthcare delivery.

During the day participants will be able to:

  • Hear the latest psychological approaches on helping to support people who experience voices giving them commands.
  • Contrast different approaches to understanding and helping people who hear voices.
  • Consider the new peer support worker role in mental health services to support recovery.
  • Reflect on art based approaches as meaningful and creative sources of support.


£120 non-members (full rate), £95 members (full rate),

Cancellation fees will apply.

More Details

Ali Haddock, ISPS UK Administrator ([email protected], 0845 166 4168)


Download: ISPS UK Conference Flyer | Application Form

The AGM of ISPS UK will follow this Conference.

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.

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