Proceeds from this event will go toward the support of:
The Hearing Voices Research and Development Project & Hearing Voices NYC
Please join us for a lively afternoon exploring how insights from people who have been diagnosed with psychiatric illnesses are raising fundamental questions about mental health, community and human experience
Sunday, April 2nd, 1pm to 5pm,
@ C.G. JUNG FOUNDATION, ELEANOR BERTINE AUDITORIUM
28 East 39th Street, New York, NY 10016
Co-sponsored by Hearing Voices NYC and the Western Mass Recovery Learning Community
About this Workshop:
Hear from Jacqui Dillon (Chair of the Hearing Voices Network England and co-author of Living with Voices: An Anthology of 50 Voice Hearers’ Stories of Recovery), Gail Hornstein (Professor of Psychology at Mount Holyhoke College and author of Agnes’s Jacket: A Psychologist’s Search for Meanings of Madness), Noel Hunter (Clinical psychologist and Board Member of Hearing Voices USA), and Greg Shankland (voice hearer and business strategist) as they join with you to explore what can be learned by listening to the voice of voice hearers!
Registration is required and space is limited. A limited number of number of free tickets will be provided to those with significant financial constraints. Please e-mail email@example.com if you are interested in a free ticket.
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