unique Hearing Voices community event
Screening and audience discussion
with international USA activist Oryx Cohen
and artist-author Dolly Sen
radical engagement with 'psychosis' and 'mental illness' through real life stories of individuals
Answering questions from the audience, we're lucky enough to have with us from America, Oryx Cohen who features in the film and also produced it.
Hosting the evening we have Dolly Sen who is well known in the Hearing Voices Movement and beyond as an activist voice-hearer, artist, blogger and film-maker.
ORYX is a board member for Hearing Voices Network USA and a leader in the global consumer-survivor-expatient 'Mad Pride' movement. A middle-aged husband and father of two young children, he has overcome and learned from trauma, the stigma of diagnosis and damaging effects of psychiatric treatment - and now works to create a paradigm shift in mental health services, and a broader understanding about the depth of human experience.
DOLLY is a writer, film-maker, mental health consultant and trainer with lived experience of psychosis, mood disorder and PTSD. Her work includes key-note speaking, coaching, research, group facilitation, campaigning, social media and creative work.
TICKET PRICE: £12 waged, £9.50 unwaged
If you are unable to pay online, please contact:
Mind in Camden, Barnes House, 9-15 Camden Rd, London, NW1 9LQ
020 7241 8978 | email@example.com
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Mind in Camden
Mind in Camden provides high quality support and capacity building services to benefit people who are struggling with mental distress
For more info, see: www.mindincamden.org.uk