The resource links below are presented as part of the educational outreach goals of Signal20. We hope they lead you to additional information that is helpful and informative. These links are for information purposes only and do not imply an endorsement or recommendation of the organizations or providers associated with the resources.
Peter Bullimore Interview on Psychosis Summit
Incredible video interview with internationally acclaimed mental health trainer and chair of the Paranoia Network.
Hearing Voices Network Launches Family & Friends Support Group
The Hearing Voices Network (HVN), is offering an online support group specifically for family and friends of people who hear voices, see visions, or have other unusual perceptions.
Facing the Past: Dissociation and ‘Serious Mental Illness’ by Noel Hunter, Psy.D.
Dr. Hunter has some great articles on her blog. Here is one about dissociation.
Letters Against Depression
Hand-written letters of hope and support to people battling depression and other mental illnesses. There is no fee or cost to receive letters at any time. Request a letter today.
Western Mass Recovery Learning Community
The Western Mass Recovery Learning Community (RLC) creates conditions that support healing and growth for individuals and the community as a whole through learning opportunities, advocacy, peer-to-peer support and the development of regional and national networks.
An Infinite Mind
An Infinite Mind is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of survivors with trauma based dissociation with a primary focus on Dissociative Identity Disorder.
Hearing Voices USA
An organization supporting the spread of the Hearing Voices approach across the United States and building understanding about hearing voices.
Hosted by Will Hall, Madness Radio: Voices And Visions from Outside Mental Health explores ‘madness’ from beyond conventional perspectives and mainstream treatments, featuring survivors, authors, advocates, professionals, and artists.
Mad in America
Mad in America’s mission is to serve as a catalyst for rethinking psychiatric care in the United States (and abroad). They believe that the current drug-based paradigm of care has failed our society, and that scientific research, as well as the lived experience of those who have been diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder, calls for profound change.
Open Minded Online – ENGAGING WITH VOICES VIDEOS
Sharing ideas and resources about holistic approaches to emotional and social wellbeing