If you experience any auditory, visual or other sensations (such as feeling, smelling and so on) that others cannot sense or experience, then a Hearing Voices Group may be for you.

A hearing voices group is not a therapy group, but rather a support group that offers a safe environment to enable acceptance of hearing voices and to promote recovery for people who hear distressing voices. Typically, a number of people who share the experience of hearing voices come together to help and support each other, to exchange information and learn from each other.

Hearing Voices Network of WA (HVNWA) strives to enable acceptance and Recovery for people who hear voices through support from self-help groups, education and awareness. We believe that by embracing the Hearing Voices Approach you can find meaning and make sense of the voices and move on to lead a fulfilling life.

Find out more on HVNWA

Please contact group facilitator prior to attending a hearing voices group for the first time:

Corina McSwan 3950 8800
corina.mcswan@rw.org.au

Location:

 

Dorrington Ward, Visitors Room (Graylands Hospital)

Brockway Road, Mt Claremont

Time:

10am – 11.30am

Friday – weekly

August 23 @ 11:15

11:15

– 12:15

(1h)

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