In this compelling DVD Marius Romme and Sandra Escher, the co-founder of the Hearing Voices Network talk candidly about how the network developed and their work with voice hearers, from the first days of the work in the Netherlands to the establishment of a worldwide movement working across at least 28 countries.
“In 1987, we had no idea the impact that the discovery that accepting and making sense of voices was going to have. Yet, after twenty five years of work we have built a unique and formidable movement of voice hearers and allies that has brought about a big change in the way hearing voices are regarded and has found new ways of helping people overwhelmed by their voices.” Marius Romme
This DVD has been produced by Working to Recovery (2012) in association with the Richmond Fellowship West Australia and Asylum Associates.
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