The in-person group in New Britain from 2:30-3:30 on Thursday, March 16th has been cancelled. We apologize for the last-minute notice. See you next week!
One in ten people in the U.S. say they have at some point heard voices, seen visions, or otherwise experienced reality in a way that differed from those around them. These experiences are common, and many people who have them have no mental health diagnosis or other mental difficulties.
Hearing Voices Network groups provide a safe space for people to share their personal experiences of voices, visions, and other sensory perceptions, while offering support to one another. CTHVN groups are not clinical and have no clinical presence. They focus on mutual respect, peer support, and community, not therapy or treatment. The groups can offer an opportunity for people to accept and find meaning in their experiences in a way that helps them regain power over their lives.
CTHVN groups welcome the diversity of experiences and views of the members. Rather than seeing one belief system as more valid than another, all explanations for voice and vision experiences are valued. No assumption of illness is made, but individuals are honored as the expert on themselves, respecting that our humanness is expressed through our experiences.
Beyond Possible: How the Hearing Voices Approach Transforms Lives
The Wildflower Alliance's video about how the Hearing Voices Approach changes the way we view voices and support voice hearers.
Watch this video and more!
CT Hearing Voices Network Groups are based firmly on a belief in self-help, mutual respect and understanding. They provide a safe space for people to share their experiences of voices, visions, unusual sensory perceptions, and to support one another.
Events & Training
The International Hearing Voices Movement offers support groups in more than 30 countries.
CT Hearing Voices Network Support Groups are currently available throughout the state.