We’re excited to announce that the Hearing Voices Study Club is back at a new location! The Study Club will be taking place on the second Wednesday of each month at Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House in Vancouver, from 6:00 to 7:30 pm. The Study Club is a discussion group that meets monthly to read, watch, and listen to media related to hearing voices. The group is open to anyone who hears voices, sees visions, or has other unique sensory experiences or beliefs, as well as loved ones, service providers, students, and any other community members who are interested in learning. This group is drop-in – no RSVP required.

A poster for the Hearing Voices Study Club featuring a picture of a book with open pages. The information on the poster is available as text below.

Keep reading for more information, or visit the Study Club page for the most recent updates.

Study Club members select topics related to voice hearing and similar experiences to reflect on how they relate to people’s lives today. We aim to respect everyone as the expert on their own experiences and to value the many diverse perspectives group members bring to the discussion. Past topics have included: living with and without medication, life after hospitalization, finding meaning in experiences of voices or visions, the history of recovery movements in BC, spiritual perspectives, and more! Light snacks will be served, and transit tickets are available on request. The venue is wheelchair accessible (please email for other accessibility information).

When: 6:00 to 7:30 pm on the second Wednesday of each month (April 12th, May 10th, June 14th, July 12th)
Where: Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House – The Nest (Room 4), Second Floor
800 East Broadway
Vancouver, BC V5T 1Y1

For any questions about the Study Club, please email Anne at anne.bchvn@gmail.com, or use our contact form. Please note that this is a discussion group, not a support group. To find a support group, please visit our Local Groups page.

This project is supported by the Vancouver Coastal Health Consumer Initiative Fund.

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