South Australian network for, by, and about people who hear voices and have other 'psychotic' experiences

Film Screening

Friday April 29th
Free event or gold coin donation.
**Limited spaces – please RSVP**
Please reply to: / 0416 578 143

Digital Eyes Film and Community Health Onkaparinga (CHO) invite you to the World Premiere screening of Healing Voices.

Healing Voices is a documentary that follows the lives of 3 people with experiences of psychosis or mental illness over nearly 5 years. The film asks the question: What are we talking about when we talk about ‘mental illness’? Interviews with people such as Will Hall, Dr Marius Romme, Robert Whitaker, and Dr Bruce Levine. For more information about the film, see or read this review in the Huffington Post.

If you are on Facebook, join the local event here, or join the Healing Voices group here.

Community Health Onkaparinga
Noarlunga Uniting Church, 23 William Rd Christies Beach
Screening starts promptly at 7:00pm.

Screening will be followed by a Community Dialogue.


HVNSA Update

Late last year I (Sarah) was diagnosed with exhaustion and forced to put all my work on hold. I am moving through a long recovery phase and beginning to be more active in the HVNSA. Last month I delivered my Psychosis Without Destruction talk for local General Practitioners through the Royal Australian College of  General Practitioners, which was well received. There are still local groups running and many other resources around, and I’ve continued to maintain this site and respond to email inquiries as best I can. Hopefully things in SA will keep growing and the network will continue to develop.


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