1. Videos and talks
Congress talk by Peter Bullimore on current changes in UK system vis-a-vis helping people with distressing voices.
Marius Romme on where the Hearing Voices Movement is going (Introduction in Greek but the main talk itself is in English).
Other talks from the 2014 Intervoice conference – here.
Shorter talk (3mins) by Eleanor Longden here.
Series of academic lectures on voice-hearing from a Stanford University Symposium.
Four academic lectures on various aspects of the experience of auditory hallucinations: http://www.schizophreniaforum.
Professor Gail Hornstein interview on Radio Boston. Click here to access.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s (ABC) All in the Mind series with a range of speakers: click here
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) also has some interviews on voice-hearing which includes Rufus May and Peter Bullimore. Click here.
Oliver Sacks’ TED talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/oliver_sacks_what_hallucination_reveals_about_our_minds
Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s (ABC) All in the Mind series show with Rufus May, Dirk Corstens and Sandra Escher: click here
Institute of Psychiatry (IoP). Although not specifically talks on hearing voices, the IoP has a series of excellent Maudsley Debates available as downloadable mp3 files. Click here to access.
Madness Radio has a number of very interesting interviews relating to hearing voices, which can be downloaded as mp3 files or listened to online. These include
Jacqui Dillon interview. Click here to access.
Ron Coleman interview. Click here to access.
Peter Bullimore interview. Click here to access.
Will Hall talk. Click here to access.
Eleanor Longden talk. Click here to access.
Robin Timmers has done some nice videos on hearing voices. Link here.
2.1 Experts by experience-led websites relating to hearing voices
- INTERVOICE is the International Network for Training, Education and Research into Hearing Voices. www.intervoiceonline.org
- English Hearing Voices Network: www.hearing-voices.org
- Hearing Voices Network Cymru (Wales): www.hearingvoicescymru.org
- Hearing Voices Network Dundee: www.hearingvoicesnetwork.com
- Voice Collective: www.voicecollective.co.uk
- Working to Recovery: www.workingtorecovery.co.uk
- Jacqui Dillon (Chair of English Hearing Voices Network): www.jacquidillon.org
- Rufus May (Clinical Psychologist): www.rufusmay.com
- Rachel Waddington (Committee member, English Hearing Voices Network): www.behindthelabel.co.uk
- Psycope: http://www.psycope.co.uk
- The Smiling Scientist: http://smilingscientist.blogspot.co.uk
- New South Wales – Hearing Voices Network New South Wales: www.hvnnsw.org.au
- Victoria – Voices Vic: www.prahranmission.org.au/hearing_voices.htm
- Western Australia – Hearing Voices Network Australia: www.hvna.net.au
Hearing Voices Australia also offer a useful coping strategies poster. Click here to see this.
- Hearing Voices Network USA: www.hearingvoicesusa.org
- Chicago Hearing Voices: www.chicagohearingvoices.org
- Hearing Voices Network Michigan: http://hvnmi.weebly.com/index.html
- Ruminations on Madness: http://phenomenologyofmadness.wordpress.com
2.2 Academic websites on voice-hearing and related topics
- International Consortium for Hallucination Research: http://hallucinationconsortium.org
- Hearing the Voice project: http://hearingthevoice.org
- Professor Gail Hornstein: http://www.gailhornstein.com
- Prof Tanya Lurhmann: http://luhrmann.net
- Although I disagree with many of Julian Jaynes’ claims, his societies’ website is nevertheless interesting: http://www.julianjaynes.org
2.3 Information websites provided by clinical services
- Early Intervention in Psychosis website, National Health Service: http://www.aminormal.org
- Devon Partnership, National Health Service. Click here.
- Cumbria Partnership, National Health Service. Click here.