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Part Two: An Introduction to Accepting Voices image

Part Two: An Introduction to Accepting Voices

This course has been designed to bring ideas and strategies to practitioners, voice hearers, family members and friends, so you can understand the experience of hearing voices and interventions that can be used to enable the voice hearer to take control of their experience.

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There are some Scholarship Places for people from developing countries to access this course.  Please email Karen Taylor for more details -

N.B. - You can access this course without being a member of the Recovery College - although we would recommend if you want to get full benefit of the course that you are a member.  To find out more about Recovery College membership - CLICK HERE

If you have any questions, queries or require more information about any aspect of this course - please do not hesitate to contact Jim Campbell, Recovery College Manager -

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Hearing distressing voices is one of the most common experiences of people diagnosed with a psychotic disorder. Research has shown that many people continue to hear voices even after prolonged use of medication. As a consequence, people who hear voices commonly live lives that are low in quality and high in distress. In the last two decades, voice hearers around the world, working with understanding allies, have organised, to bring together ideas and strategies for a more effective response to these difficulties.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Develop an awareness of what it feels like to hear voices.
  • Explore why do people hear voices?
  • Examine the theory and practice around accepting voices.
  • Learn about ways to support someone who is finding their voices overwhelming – or if a voice hearer know what to do when voices are overwhelming.
  • Explore the approach of structuring contact with voices.
  • Gain a firm foundation on how to work with voices.
  • Develop confidence so you can start supporting a voice hearer or for voice hearers to better understand your experience and decide what to do next.
Outline of the Course

Module 1 – What do Voices Mean?
Module 2 – What to do about Voices that causes Problems
Module 3 – Assisting people who Hear Voices in their Recovery Journey
Module 4 – Involving Family Members and Friends
Module 5 – Working with Voices
Module 6 – Introducing the Hearing Voices Approach into your Life / Workplace


This course and all our Foundation Courses were accredited in 2015.  What this means, is that this course was examined by an External Accreditation Provider ( and was improved to reach a high standard.

When you fully completed the course, you will receive a Course Completion Certificate, stating the specific learning hours.  As you progress through the course, you will be guided through a process to ensure that you are able to fully complete the course and receive a Certificate.

This certificate can be used in your professional and personal portfolios.
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