As we have worked on this project we have been privileged to work with many people with voice-hearing experiences. Although we are not clinicians and cannot offer clinical support, we have found that the following sources of information prove valuable to those seeking help and advice about their experiences.
Voice-hearing experiences are fairly common and are not in themselves necessarily a cause for concern. If you find that these experiences continue to cause significant distress or interfere with your relationships or daily activities, you should seek the advice of your GP/family doctor.
You will find useful support information at the website of Intervoice, the international community for hearing voices, which you can visit by clicking here.
In the UK, the Hearing Voices Network offers information, support and understanding to people who hear voices and those who support them.
The Voice Collective in London provides some excellent online resources aimed at young people experiencing voices and visions.