Meaning From Voices: Eleanor Longden

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Hearing voices is strongly connected with traumatic experiences, but are voices a brain malfunction or a creative strategy for protection?

UK psychologist Eleanor Longden survived a diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia and went on to be a leading researcher around voice hearing, trauma, and dissociation. She is a pioneer in the movement to understand voices as a normal human experience — and truly help people by healing trauma.

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2 comments on “Meaning From Voices: Eleanor Longden

  1. What an amazing, strong and lovely woman. This was a great interview, and a great testimony to seeing ‘mental illness’ as meaningful (if horrendously painful) experience.

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  2. Pingback: Meaning From Voices: interview with Eleanor Longden - Hearing Voices Network Cymru

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