Eleanor Longden, speaking live at the TED@London Talent Search, explains how she has transformed her relationship with her voices and taken control of her life. In this powerful short clip, Eleanor explains how a diagnosis of schizophrenia and the view of voices as a symptom led her to take an ‘agressive stance’ against her own […]
Eleanor Longden was a diagnosed schizophrenic and heard menacing voices in her head for 10 years. Now, she has fought back and has graduated with a brilliant honours degree in psychology. By Nina Lakhani, The Independent, Sunday 25th October, 2009 Eleanor Longden was revising for her final university exams in May when she was interrupted […]
Date: 18th April, 2 – 4pm (opening from 12noon to give people a chance to browse the book stall, art projects and have a cuppa). Venue: New Life Church, Mareham Lane, Sleaford The Recovery & Hope forum welcomes back Eleanor Longden, a speaker from the first Hearing Voices Conference held at Leasingham Village Hall in 2003”. […]
Mind in Camden's London Hearing Voices Project is seeking a Development Worker (part time, 21 hours per week) to support them in establishing a network of Hearing Voices Groups in prisons & secure units. They already have a number of groups up and running - and this is a great opportunity to build on the work that's already been achieved.
Closing date is Monday 27th April. You can find the application pack on their website.
We've had a couple of people drop out of Monday's 'Time for (Real) Change? event at the last minute. Last minute places are always hard to fill - even with a large waiting list as people have other things to do. If you, or someone you know, wants to come on Monday please email firstname.lastname@example.org to see if we can reserve you a last minute place. Places are limited, but we will do what we can.
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