Adelaide Healing Voices Film Screenings

If you’re local and haven’t had a chance to come and see the Documentary Healing Voices, this is your chance. As the person holding the online space for the SA Hearing Voices Network, I’m collaborating with a few other locals who are part of the hearing voices movement in various capacities. Rob runs a local group and has instigated a couple of film screenings coming up soon. I’ll be there in a support role to help facilitate conversations after the movie. It’s an excellent film, very thought provoking, honest, and really shows the experiences in a very different way to what people have seen or heard in the media.

Even better, it’s free.
Please bring a plate of food or some nibbles, to share. 🙂

FOR YOUR FREE TICKET, PLEASE REGISTER HERE:

Thurs Oct 5th, 6.30pm at the Box Factory Community Centre in Adelaide

or

Sat Oct 14th, 1.30pm at Adelaide South West Community Centre in Adelaide – On this date, there is also a monthly shared Community Meal from 6pm. You are welcome to stay and participate – please bring a plate of food to share.

The Shared Voices community peer support group, the Adelaide City Council the Humane Clinic, and a group of Adelaide based psychosis support group specialists present the documentary Healing Voices. It will, for many, change the way you think and talk about mental health.

“Healing voices goes a long way to healing our fear of people commonly labelled as “schizophrenic,” “bipolar,” and “psychotic.” The message of this film is that understanding and love—not fear and stigmatizing labels—are what people who have experienced these altered states need.”
Bruce Levine, Huffington Post.

Any questions please contact Rob on sharedvoices@nym.hush.com

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