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Books
​B​​ooks and Further Reading

 

Hearing Voices 

Living With Voices: 50 Stories of Recovery by Marius Romme, Sandra Escher, Jacqui Dillon, Dr Dirk Corstens & Prof. Mervyn Morris.

This book looks outside the illness model and explores the many different experiences of recovery from voice hearers themselves.


Working with Voices II: Victim to Victor by Ron Coleman and Mike Smith.

A book designed to be used as a personal self-help book and alongside voice hearing groups.

 
Psychosis as a Personal Crisis: An Experienced-Based Approach by Marius Romme.

A book that focuses on the personal experience of psychosis and challenges the stigma by seeking to change the way people who hear voices are viewed and treated.

 

​Overcoming Distressing Voices. A Self-Help Guide Using Cognitive Behavioural Techniques byChevron Mark Hayward External LinkChevronClara Strauss,External Link, ChevronDavid G. Kingdon External Link

Practical strategies for managing distressing voice hearing experiences.

 

Listening to the Silences: In a World of Hearing Voices by Roy Vincent.

Part autobiography, part self-help guide, in this book Roy shares his lived experience of living with voices.

 

The Voice Inside

Chevron PDF icon https://southbayprojectresourcedotorg.files.wordpress.com/2015/09/a-practical-guide-to-coping-with-hearing-voices.pdf

A practical guide to coping with hearing voices by Paul Baker.

 

Strategies for Coping with Distressing Voices by Richmond Wellbeing and Hearing Voices Network WA.

Chevron PDF icon https://www.rw.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/hvnwa-coping-stratigies-poster.pdf

A list of strategies for coping with distressing voices.

 

Self-help guide to talking with voices by Rufus May and Elisabeth Svanholmer

Chevron PDF icon https://openmi​ndedonline.files.wordpress.com/2019/09/self-help-guide-to-talking-with-voices-r.-may-and-e.-svanholmer-sep-2019.pdf

Ideas for people who hear voices and are interested in learning how to engage with them.

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