I just gave a talk in Toronto Canada as part of the “Do You Hear What I Hear? Alternative Perspectives on the Voice-Hearing Experience” conference. The gathering brought together 150 participants, a mix of people with psychiatric diagnoses, family members, professional service providers, and the general public to hear about a non-pathologizing and empowering way of approaching voice-hearing.
Also on the panel were Rufus May and Jacqui Dillon of the UK Hearing Voices Network. The conference was organized by the Leadership Project in Toronto and was part of the city’s Mad Pride celebration, and was the kickoff event for the new Canadian Hearing Voices Network.
You can listen to audio of my talk here: