Article published by the British Columbia Hearing Voices Network, Canada. Diana Girsdansky reports on a workshop session at the recent World Hearing Voices Congress in Boston. A session led by Sarah and Alison, two voice hearers attending college who gave tips as how to survive as a voice hearer.
As Diana says:
“One of my favourite sessions was led by two women in their early twenties. Both are engaged students and voice-hearers, as well as being students of psychology at Mt. Holyoke, an elite women’s college in Massachusetts. They shared strategies on “How to Survive College as a Voice Hearer.””
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