2 responses to “Recovery, Discovery and Revolution: The Work of Intervoice and the Hearing Voices Movement”

  1. Mary Susan Haynes

    One of my staff members just attended your training in Vermont last week. He came back filled with inspiration and hope. We are planning to get a group started soon, and I’d like to know if there is a listserve set up for people to share information and ideas about Hearing Voices groups, etc. If so, how do I sign up.


  2. Steven Coles

    It is time for a revolution in mental health, the status quo is not acceptable; at times we should feel shocked by what is offered – concealment of abuse, minimising negative effects of psychiatric drugs, erosion of civil liberties, downplaying the effects of poverty, treating people as objects rather than people, pretending practices are scientific when they are hokum, denying the voice of those already marginalised in society, business interests of pharma distorting knowledge, the powerful who have harmed hidden, legislation which denies basic rights… It is shocking and we need to say NO more, all those who are critical need to speak collectively NO MORE, NO LONGER. Keep up the good work and as a profesional I’ll try not to get in the way and when I can lend a hand Twitter: @Steven_Coles_ Madness Contested:

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