Tag: voice hearing
A bottomless well of ideas and stories and seeming fantasies emerges from the mouths of voicehearers, psychotics, and schizophrenics. Is anyone taking the time to actually listen?
A collective knowledge of lived experience is a straightforward answer for improving millions of lives, but it has become clear that it will take an organized community of voice-hearers and their allies to take back credibility and authorship on the narrative of our own lives.
Voice hearers, mystics, visionaries, and mad people are found throughout the scriptures of Judaism. What does Jewish theology have to teach us about madness and psychiatric diagnosis?
Researchers look at voice hearing experiences shared by nonclinical samples, exploring these experiences in the general population.
Nev Jones and a team of researchers examine how sex, sexuality, and gender-related content are underexplored in contemporary research on psychosis.
Research finds that hearing negative voices explains how childhood adversity is related to distress.
The study results suggest that experiences of childhood trauma impact the development of symptoms associated with psychosis.
The perspectives of the voice-hearers featured in the research underscore that stigma and negative perceptions of voice hearing present significant obstacles within early intervention programs.
The authors of the report expand upon the traumatic and sociopolitical factors underlying presentations of psychosis and “schizophrenia.”
Hearing Voices Network self-help groups are an important resource for coping with voice hearing, study finds.
Individuals with lived experience and clinicians share about barriers and facilitators to guided self-help CBT for voice hearing.
Review finds that stigma around voice hearing is connected to isolation, secrecy, and poorer functioning.