How to cope with voices and delusions? Recovery movement developed many methods

Eleanor Longden's video
http://talentsearch.ted.com/video/Eleanor-Longden-Learning-from-t

The International Community for Hearing Voices
http://www.intervoiceonline.org/

National Empowerment Center (NEC) Hearing Voices Self-Help Strategies:
http://www.power2u.org/articles/selfhelp/voices.html

NEC-Self-Coping Strategies for Hearing Distressing Voices:
http://www.power2u.org/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=NEC&Product_Code=Booklet-CopingVoices&Category_Code=books

Ron Coleman’s Working with Voices website:
http://www.roncolemanvoices.co.uk/

Gail Hornstein PhD. Gail’s site is an important resource for articles, websites, etc., on personal narratives of disorder, resource guides for coping with voices, delusions, etc.
http://www.gailhornstein.com/works.htm

Baker, Paul. (1995). The voice inside: A practical guide to coping with hearing voices. Manchester, UK: Hearing Voices Network (available from www.workingtorecovery.co.uk).

Corstens, D., May, R. and Longden, E. (2007). Talking with Voices: The Voice Dialoguing Manual (available from www.intervoiceonline.org).

Downs, Julie (ed.). (2001). Coping with voices and visions and Starting and supporting hearing voices groups. Manchester, UK: Hearing Voices Network (available fromRomme, M. and S. Escher (2000). Making Sense of Voices: A Guide for Mental Health Professionals Working with Voice-Hearers (includes the Maastricht Interview). London: MIND Publications www.hearing-voices.org).

Romme, Marius, Sandra Escher, Jacqui Dillon, Dirk Corstens, and Mervyn Morris (eds.). (2009). Living with Voices: 50 Stories of Recovery (available from www.pccs-books.co.uk).

Escher, Sandra and Marius Romme. (2010). Children Hearing Voices: What You Need to Know and What You Can Do (available from www.pccs-books.co.uk).

Working to Recovery. How to Start and Run a Hearing Voices Group (available from www.workingtorecovery.co.uk).

Working to Recovery. Working with Voices: Victim to Victor Workbook. (available from www.workingtorecovery.co.uk).

Deegan, Patricia. Coping with voices: Self-help strategies for people who hear voices that are distressing (available from National Empowerment Center, www.power2u.org).

James, Adam. (2001). Raising our Voices: An Account of the Hearing Voices Movement. Gloucester, UK: Handsell Publications (available from www.workingtorecovery.co.uk).

Twelve Aspects of Coping for Persons with Schizophrenia By Frederick J. Frese, Ph.D.:http://fredfrese.com/node/13

Jacqui Dillon’s Website
http://www.jacquidillon.org/upcomingevents/understandingworking-with-paranoia-hearing-voices/

Working through paranoia by Peter Bullimore on the hearing voices network.
http://hvna.net.au/upfile/WorkingThroughParanoia-PeterBullimore.pdf

Hearing Voices Network (HVNA): Hearing Voices Information Booklet-Experts by Experience:
http://www.everydayhealth.com/schizophrenia/hallucinationsand-delusions.aspx

Rufus May’s website:
http://rufusmay.com/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1

Rufus May-Self-Help for Hearing Voices:
http://rufusmay.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=85&Itemid=9

Coping strategies for hallucinations and delusions:
http://www.everydayhealth.com/schizophrenia/hallucinationsand-delusions.aspx

Andrew Solomon-What would you say to those suffering with mental illness?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=jGVeWGaF3ts#!

facebook-join twitter-icon instagram

youtube

read-about2

read-about-journal

order-online2

ISPS Journal

RPSY

The ISPS Journal Psychosis accepts personal and institutional subscriptions. All Individual Members of ISPS and members of regional ISPS groups receive quarterly issues of the journal as a membership benefit.