Voices and visions: A straight talking guide

Voices and visions: An A4 poster which can be downloaded and edited to include group timings and location. (Created by the the Chichester Centre facilitators)

Easy read: Coping strategies for voices hearers

Coping strategies for voice hearers

Tips for staff

We also have a useful resources guide which lists various organisations, networks, trainers and books which may be of interest


Voices: Unlocked – Hearing Voices Groups in Prisons
A short video about Mind in Camden’s Hearing Voices Groups in Prisons project.

In 2018, Voice Collective teamed up with Fitzrovia Youth in Action to support two talented young people to make films about what it’s like for them to hear voices.

A Little Insight – Young People who Hear Voices
In 2012, a group of 5 (aged 13-18) young people took part in an animation workshop to develop a short stigma-busting film about their experiences of hearing voices.

The voices in my head‘ – Eleanor Longden
Diagnosed with schizophrenia, hospitalized, drugged, Longden was discarded by a system that didn’t know how to help her. Longden tells the moving tale of her years-long journey back to mental health.

Hearing Voices Others Can’t: How A Growing Movement Fights Mental Health Stigma
What is it like hearing voices that others can’t? For Jeannie Bass, hearing voices is her daily reality. The medical term is “auditory hallucinations.” Jeannie is a leader in the Hearing Voices Movement, which aims to re-frame and destigmatize the extreme mental experiences that society labels as “crazy.”