• HVN Rai
    On 24 April, roughly 100 people gathered together online to watch the awesome US film ‘Beyond Possible: How the hearing voices approach transforms people’s lives’. We invited this gathering to help connect people together, build some sense of solidarity and raise awareness of some of the diversity of experiences that get called ‘hearing voices’.

    Panelists included:

    • Jessica Pons: London Hearing Voices Project Manager at Mind in Camden, trainee integrative psychotherapists, family member and past/occasional user of services
    • Eoin Kelly: Artist, HVN Trustee & voice-hearer with lots of experience of being in, and facilitating, Hearing Voices Network spaces.
    • Caroline Mazel-Carlton: Voice-hearer, HVN-USA Board Member, rabbinical student who loves to roller-skate. Caroline is featured in the film.
    • Mia Kurtti: A nurse, family therapist and Open Dialogue trainer and Supervisor from Western Lapland. Involved in developing the role of peer specialists within Western Lapland.
    • Tehseen Noorani: A social science researcher, anthropologist, who is writing a book on the return of psychedelic science and therapeutics. His PhD studied the knowledge-making practices of mental health self-help groups (including the Hearing Voices Network).

    You can view the videos and the Q&A here: http://www.hearing-voices.org/resources/gatherings/lockdown-film-night/
  • Dale
    A great idea, this would be the way forward.
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