This section lists some of the freely available articles and websites that we hope will be of use and interest to you.
An interview schedule to help people explore their experience of voice-hearing.
An interview schedule used by Dr Sandra Escher in her research on children and young people who hear voices.
Ideas for people who hear voices and want to try engaging in dialogue with them by Rufus May and Elisabeth Svanholmer.
Things that help people to cope, things that don’t and techniques you can try from New Zealand.
A booklet written by the voice hearers of York Hearing Voices Group (UK), sharing tips on dealing with difficulties sleeping because of voices, visions, sensations or difficult thoughts.
A straight-talking introduction for parents, carers and family members of young people who hear voices.
A guide to coping and recovery for parents, carers and family members of young people who hear voices.
An article written by Kellie, our Chair, on her experience of hearing voices and finding a way through.
An article by Ingo Lambrecht, building on dialogue he had with Debra Lampshire around the parallels between voice-hearers and shamans.
“How a movement of people who hear voices is reshaping our understanding of ‘mental illness’ – and consciousness itself”
An article about the Maastricht Approach, authored by Dirk Corstens, Sandra Escher and Marius Romme.
An article by Prof. John Read on Hearing Voices.
Understanding Voices is a website created by Durham University’s Hearing The Voice Project team, in partnership with people who hear voices.
A series of 15 videos intended as inspiration and support for people interested in compassionate approaches to voices, by Elisabeth Svanholmer, Charlie Heriot-Maitland and Rufus May.
A collaboration of not-for-profit support networks from around the world. Each network is run by volunteers and offers information and referrals at no cost to those experiencing or affected by Spiritual Emergency.
An international organisation promoting psychological and social approaches to psychosis.