Making sense of voices
Just under ten years ago, Marius Romme and Sandra Escher triggered a seismic shift in the understanding of voice-hearing.
They put the powerful case for accepting and validating people’s own interpretations of their voices, and showed how such interpretations often enabled people to live with them far more effectively than bio-medical approaches.
This handbook for practitioners builds on this work.
It combines examples with guidance on the various processes involved in enabling voice-hearers to deal with their voices and lead an active and fulfilling life.
- Prof. Marius Romme and Sandra Escher