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Voice Collective is a london-wide project to support children and young people who hear voices, see visions or have other unusual experiences.

Voice Collective is a london-wide project to support children and young people who hear voices, see visions or have other unusual experiences.

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  • Give examples of experiences that can affect each of the five senses
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  • A list of do’s and don’ts (in small groups or big group, depending on time)
  • Young people can, and do, find ways of opening up in schools. Think of ideas of challenging stigma in classrooms/schools, enabling young people to ‘open up’. This can include teachers being ready to hear it, as well as having info non stigmatising info around school and including mention of voices and visions when covering ‘bullying’ and other emotional health topics. This can be done in pairs first before main feedback.

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  • 1. +VoiceCollectivewww.voicecollective.co.uk Supporting Children & Young People Who Hear Voices: Claire Powell – Mind in Camden
  • 2. + About Voice Collective  Mindin Camden‟s London-wide project, supporting children & young people who hear voices  Direct Services  Capacity Building  Independent Evaluation (CAMHS Evidence Based Practice Unit)  Funded by BBC Children In Need, Comic Relief & City Bridge Trust  Part of a larger „London Hearing Voices Project‟
  • 3. + So, what do we offer?  Responsive – Flexible - Connected  Peer support  For workers Voice Collective Group  Training &   Creative Arts Workshops Awareness  Website  Young people  Online Forum  Schools  Support workshops for  Youth organisations parents  Specialist mental health  1-2-1 support teams  For young people  For parents
  • 4. + A Multisensory Experience
  • 5. + The Impact
  • 6. + What does Voice Collective do?
  • 7. + 4 aspects to coping Calm/Safety Block Express Empower
  • 8. + Safety First Do-In Massage
  • 9. + Safety  “10 things I can do”  Grounding strategies (“5 things I can see, hear & touch”, a grounding bag using all of the senses)  Breathing and relaxation  Creating safe spaces  Safe objects
  • 10. + Distraction  Distraction  Music (creating a playlist)  Xbox / Computers / Sudoku / Puzzles  Football, physical activities  Anything that helps occupy the mind  Concurrent verbalization (singing or reading aloud)  Earplugs (in one or both ears)  Being around others
  • 11. + Expressing yourself  Shadow boxing  Worry box  Creative writing (e.g. super heroes)  Drawing and artwork (e.g. voice morphing)  Model making
  • 12. + Taking the power back  Saying „No‟ or „Not Yet‟  Setting limits  Challenging the voices  Becoming an interpreter  Treatingthe voices with kindness
  • 13. + Finding a voice and peer support http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BB9_Zy0I3VU
  • 14. + Contact Us: Claire Powell & Yan Weaver (Development Workers) Rachel Waddingham (project manager) Voice Collective, Mind in Camden Crossfields Centre, 8 Fairhazel Gardens, London, NW6 3SG Tel: 020 7625 9042 | Email: info@voicecollective.co.uk Web: www.voicecollective.co.uk www.facebook.com/voicecollective www.twitter.com/voicecollective www.voicecollective.tumblr.com