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Hearing Voices Workshop

Bulletin Note: There is a cost for this event, but it is created by and for survivors.

 Accepting Voices Workshop

If so, then this workshop might help you tilt your universe and emancipate yourself with very simple and very human ways to understand and begin to act to support a person who struggles with difficult experiences that get called names like “psychosis”.Poster for Accepting Voices Workshop on Saturday August 11, 2018

Our aim is that you can feel more confident in your ability to offer yourself as a one-person safe space to people who hear voices and struggle.

Hearing Voices Workshop#1
Accepting Voices

Saturday 11 August 2018 9.30am to 430pm
69 Queen St East Toronto

Spaces are limited and registration is required.

Fee: Worker          $150 Community  $125

Register Now

Online at Eventbrite: //www.eventbrite.com/e/hearing-voices-workshop-1-accepting-voices-tickets-46482604722

 

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