Jacqui Dillon

Jacqui Dillon was born and bred in East London where she still lives. She is a respected campaigner, writer, international speaker and trainer specialising in hearing voices, ‘psychosis’, dissociation, trauma, abuse, healing and recovery. Jacqui has worked within mental health services for more than 15 years, in a variety of settings, including community, acute, low, medium and high secure settings, prisons, colleges and universities. http://www.jacquidillon.org/
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Dr Sandra Escher (Holland) THE MESSAGE OF THE VOICES

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Dr Helen Milroy (Australia)  HEARING VOICES AND THE COMPLEXITY OF MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES FROM AN ABORIGINAL PERSPECTIVE

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Trevor Eyles  WORKING WITH VOICES IN SOCIAL PSYCHIATRY

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the personal is political

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Children’s Book by Peter Bullimore Suitable for ages 4-12 Years A Village Called Pumpkin This book was written in association with my voices, without their influence I would never have had the ideas and creativity to create the characters and story-lines. Whilst writing the book the characters would speak to me and ask what role they would be playing. Whilst writing one chapter I put in too many characters and it was like a film set all talking to me demanding a speaking part...

Children’s Book by Peter Bullimore Suitable for ages 4-12 Years A Village Called Pumpkin This book was written in association with my voices, without their influence I would never have had the ideas and creativity to create the characters and story-lines. Whilst writing the book the characters would speak to me and ask what role they would be playing. Whilst writing one chapter I put in too many characters and it was like a film set all talking to me demanding a speaking part...

happy hearing voices day please share to help raise awareness about voice-hearing.

happy hearing voices day please share to help raise awareness about voice-hearing.

I’ve recently read an interesting article by Jacqui Dillon, Lucy Johnstone and Eleanor Longden.  It’s titled Trauma, Dissociation, Attachment : A new paradigm for understanding severe mental distress.  The article was published in the Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy (Vol 12, No 3, September 2012)

neuruoleptics increase risk of osteoporosis, need for genuinely informed consent with neuroleptic drugs, more major side effects for neuroleptics

UK Premier of MARS PROJECT: A fundraising & consciousness raising event on behalf of the Hearing Voices Network

UK Premier of MARS PROJECT: A fundraising & consciousness raising event on behalf of the Hearing Voices Network

Jacqui Dillon Sounds Mad Jacqui recently featured in a an RTÉ radio documentary entitled ‘Sounds Mad’ in which she discusses her personal experience of hearing voices, and her work for the Hearing Voices Network.

Jacqui Dillon Sounds Mad Jacqui recently featured in a an RTÉ radio documentary entitled ‘Sounds Mad’ in which she discusses her personal experience of hearing voices, and her work for the Hearing Voices Network.

Hearing voices movement: Jacqui Dillon

What is it like to hear voices? How do people learn to live with their voices, and are voices sometimes positive and helpful? What is the connection bet.

women are over represented in mental health care... this chronicles one woman's journey through her experiences of post natal psychosis .. Schizophrenics Can Be Good Mothers Too :: Rich Mix

women are over represented in mental health care. this chronicles one woman's journey through her experiences of post natal psychosis . Schizophrenics Can Be Good Mothers Too :: Rich Mix

Jacqui Dillon is an Independent Trauma Specialist, campaigner and writer whose expertise lie in mental health services. She has an extensive knowledge of surviving childhood abuse and has published numerous books and papers, she is also the expert lead for our Childhood Trauma theme. In her blog she discusses the impacts childhood abuse can have on the lives of adult homeless women. “I blamed myself” – how childhood trauma can impact on women’s homelessness

Jacqui Dillon is an Independent Trauma Specialist, campaigner and writer whose expertise lie in mental health services. She has an extensive knowledge of surviving childhood abuse and has published numerous books and papers, she is also the expert lead for our Childhood Trauma theme. In her blog she discusses the impacts childhood abuse can have on the lives of adult homeless women. “I blamed myself” – how childhood trauma can impact on women’s homelessness

Documentary on One Sounds Mad Have you ever wondered what it's like to hear voices in your head? Have you ever thought that people who hear  ...voices are plain mad? If so, this documentary might just make you think twice.

Documentary on One Sounds Mad Have you ever wondered what it's like to hear voices in your head?voices are plain mad? If so, this documentary might just make you think twice.

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