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Are you a young person or parent or carer of a young person who hears voices or sees things that other people don’t? If so, then you might be interested in the following workshops run by Voice Collective.


‘Make Some Noise: Young People’s Music Workshop’
@ Raw Material
2 Robsart Street
London, SW9 0DJ
1.30 – 4.30 pm

(Tube: Stockwell & Brixton)

Working in partnership with Raw Sounds, a music and media project based in professional studios in Brixton, Voice Collective is offering an exciting music workshop for young people.

Whatever genre you’re into, whether you’re an aspiring musician or simply love music and have no previous experience, you’re welcome come along and take part.  The workshop is a chance to express things that matter to you, or just to have fun.  It’s up to you whether or not you share your experience of voices and visions.  There will be space in the afternoon to talk with other people with similar experiences, but there is no pressure to do this.

Who Can Come?

The workshop is open to any young person (aged 18 or under) who hears or sees things that other people don’t.  To reserve a place on this workshop, please click here. Voice Collective also runs regular peer support groups for young people in London who hear voices.  If you want to find out more, please visit the Voice Collective website.

‘Parents’ Peer Support Workshop’
@ Raw Material (in a separate room to the Music Workshop)
2 Robsart Street
London, SW9 0DJ
1.30 – 4.30 pm

If your child hears voices or sees visions, this workshop will enable you to:

  • Meet other parents and supporters of young people who hear voices
  • Learn more about voices and visions, discovering helpful coping strategies
  • Share experiences with, and get support from people who’ve been there too
  • Meet the Voice Collective team and find out more about the support available to you and your child
  • Chill out and have time focused on you

Who is the workshop for?

The workshop is for any parent or supporter (uncle, aunt, carer, family friend etc.) or a young person who hears voices or sees things that other people don’t.  You may already have lots of experience around supporting your child, or it might all be completely new to you and you may feel confused and/or out of your depth.  In order to book a place on this workshop, please click here.

For more information about Voice Collective, please visit their website.

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