Special edition: Voices in a Positive Light

@article{Woods2013SpecialEV,
  title={Special edition: Voices in a Positive Light},
  author={Angela Woods and M. A. J. Romme and Simon McCarthy-Jones and Sandra Escher and Jacqui Dillon},
  journal={Psychosis},
  year={2013},
  volume={5},
  pages={213 - 215}
}
What does it mean to think of voices “in a positive light”? For the contributors to this second special edition of Psychosis, research into voice-hearing is inspiring in a myriad of ways – it offers new insights into the human condition, new methodologies for understanding and making sense of experience, and new approaches to working with voice-hearers in ways which are respectful, collaborative and even emancipatory. This special issue, “Voices in a Positive Light”, challenges any model which… Expand
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