Resources

Useful Links

1. National and International

Hearing Voices Network

Intervoice: The International Hearing Voices Network

Hearing Voices Ireland Includes interesting poetry pages

Voice Collective London based project for children and young people who hear voices or see things

Bristol Hearing Voices Network

Time and Space Glasgow’s Hearing Voices and Self-Harm Groups

Better Sleep for Voice Hearers from York Hearing Voices Group

Mind Includes lots of useful downloadable information leaflets

Rethink Mental Illness

Richmond Fellowship

Do-It.org National volunteering website

Food for the Brain A nutritionist approach to mental health

 

2. Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Lifecraft’s Mental Health Handbook

Lifecraft

CPSL Mind

Make Do and Mend

Papworth Trust

Recovery College

The Cogwheel Trust

Red2Green

 

Useful Books

Coleman, R. & Smith, M. (2010) 2nd ed. Working with Voices – Victim to Victor. Peoria, Illinois: P&P Press Ltd

Hayward, M., Strauss, C. & D. Kingdon (2012). Overcoming Distressing Voices, a self-help guide using cognitive behavioural techniques. London: Constable and Robinson Ltd<

Longden, E. (2013). Learning From the Voices in my Head. New York: TED Books

Martinez, F. (2014). What the **** is Normal?! London: Virgin Books

Williams, M. and D. Penman (2011). Mindfulness: a practical guide to finding peace in a frantic world. London: Piatkus

 

Interesting Articles

Escher, S. (Dr.), O’Kennedy, T. & M. Romme (Prof.) (2009), Labeling our brains: a new frame of reference for human intelligence.

Adams, W.L. (2015, Jan 25). The Enemy Within. The Independent.

Read, J. (2016, Oct 24). Hearing Voices is like saying hello to your family. The Independent.