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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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Professor  Marius Romme  RECOVERY WITH VOICES OUTSIDE PSYCHIATRY

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Ron Coleman and Karen Taylor MAKING RECOVERY HAPPEN

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John Watkins (Australia) UNSHRINKING PSYCHOSIS

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Dr Dirk Corstens TALKING WITH VOICES

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Lyn Mahboub and Marlene Janssen (Australia) RECOVERY FROM PSYCHOSIS WHAT HELPS AND WHAT HINDERS

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Why it's healthy to give imaginary voices their own Facebook pages

For years many voice hearers have thought that they should try to ignore their voices;

As part of World Mental Health Awareness week at the University of Bradford The Big Mad Experience is hosting a two day anti stigma event.  FREE TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE! You can get a one day or a two day pass (dates are 23rd and 30th October).  You can get tickets online by joining The Big Mad Experience website, or you can call me on 07581 121275, message me on facebook or email me at flobellamy@thebigmadexperience  http://www.thebigmadexperience.com/#/tickets/4579783801

WARNING: The Big Mad Experience may shake one's previously held beliefs or assumptions about the nature of reality.

From psychiatric patient to human being: My journey in a nutshell.

From psychiatric patient to human being: My journey in a nutshell.

Hearing Voices -- Religion or Madness?

Hearing Voices -- Religion or Madness?