Fill Our Our SURVEY about Fun Activities You'd Like to Try!

Fill Our Our SURVEY about Fun Activities You’d Like to Try!

Are you a young person who sees, hears or senses things around you that others don’t, or believes things others might find unusual? Are you under-19 and live in the UK? If the answer’s yes, Voice Collective would like to hear from you! Every year, we arrange some fun, creative activities and workshops for young […]

'Interesting Minds' group in Greenwich is relaunching!

‘Interesting Minds’ group in Greenwich is relaunching!

We’re delighted to announce that the “Interesting Minds” peer-support group in Greenwich is relaunching! The group is for 12-18 year olds who hear voices, see visions or have other unusual sensory experiences. The group was set up in partnership between Voice Collective and Greenwich CAMHS, but you don’t need to be using CAMHS services to […]

Voice Collective Training Dates 2019

Voice Collective Training Dates 2019

We’ve booked a host of new London dates for Voice Collective trainings, including our regular ‘Level 1, 2 and 3’ trainings, our 3-day Group Facilitation training, and special trainings in areas such as supporting Young Offenders, supporting young people who hear voices and Use Drugs or Alcohol, Self Harm, or experience Paranoia or Unusual Beliefs. […]

Voice Collective's Songwriting Workshop

Voice Collective’s Songwriting Workshop

Voice Collective is teaming up with Raw Sounds to offer you this two-hour songwriting workshop for under-19s, to give you the opportunity and the support to write your own song. The workshop is for young people (under-19) who hear voices, see visions, have other sensory experiences, or experience multiplicity or unusual beliefs. Your song could […]

New Leaflet on 'Taboo Voices & Visions'

New Leaflet on ‘Taboo Voices & Visions’

We’ve written a new leaflet called ‘Taboo Voices, Visions & Other Sensations’ based on the experiences of young people we’ve talked to. The leaflet is aimed at young people and gives an understanding of taboo voices & visions, why they happen, what they’re like to live with and some ideas of how to cope if […]

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New Group for students at University of Kent

We’re so pleased to announce a new peer support group for students at the University of Kent and Canterbury Christ Church University who hear voices. The group runs on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month. Get in touch at vlab2@kent.ac.uk to find out more. 

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Voice Collective Launches ‘Thinking Space’

Voice Collective is launching ‘Thinking Space’, a peer support & reflective practice space for those working with children & young people, up to the age of 25 who hear, see or sense things that other people don’t, or experience paranoia, unusual beliefs or multiplicity. It will be a space to connect with others, share what’s […]

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Voice Collective’s Film-Making Workshops

Voice Collective has teamed up with the filmmakers at Fitzrovia Youth in Action (FYA) to offer you the opportunity to write, produce and direct your own short film about what it’s like to live with voices, visions or other sensory experiences. These films will be hosted on the Voice Collective and FYA websites and Youtube […]

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BBC2’s Victoria Derbyshire programme does a feature on young people who hear voices

BBC2’s Victoria Derbyshire programme showed a 15-minute piece today about young people who hear voices. You can watch it here – the piece begins at minute 14: https://www.bbc.co.uk/…/b0b5hh…/victoria-derbyshire-08062018 In it, two young people, Tia and Laura, talk about their experiences of hearing voices. There are also interviews with three adults, too, who talk about ways […]

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Are you trans? Do you hear voices or see or experience things others don’t?

If so you’re not alone. Being trans and having unusual sensory experiences can be really overwhelming, so we’ve published a new leaflet called ‘Voices, Visions & Gender’, written for young trans people who hear voices, see visions or have other sensory experiences. The leaflet was written in collaboration with Action for Trans Health, with input from […]