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by Marius Romme,Sandra Escher
Author: Marius Romme,Sandra Escher
Publisher: MIND (November 1993)
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The book illustrates that many people hear voices and that not everyone has recourse to psychiatry, but that there are ways of coping which enable people to come to terms with their experience. It focuses on techniques to deal with voices, emphasizing that personal growth should be stimulated rather than inhibited.
The authors’ main objective is to enable those who hear voices to relate to the experiences of other voice-hearers in a way that may help them to understand, manage and cope with their own. The card covers are in near fine condition, clean, with only very mild flaws. The binding is tight. Internally, the content is in near fine condition. Accepting Voices By Marius Romme and Sandra Escher. Publisher: Mind Publications, 1993.
Romme, Marius and Escher, Sandra: Making Sense of Voices – A guide for professionals who . Intervoice: Accepting and making sense of hearing voices.
Romme, Marius and Escher, Sandra: Making Sense of Voices – A guide for professionals who work with voice hearers: (2000) MIND Publications. Förstå och hantera roster. In Peter Stastny & Peter Lehmann (Ed., Alternatives Beyond Psychiatry (pp. 131–137). Berlin, Eugene, Shrewsbury: Peter Lehmann Publishing. ISBN 978-545428-1-8 (UK), ISBN 978-788399-1-8 (USA). Romme, Marius, Morris, Mervyn.
The movement was instigated by Marius Romme, Sandra Escher and Patsy Hage in 1987
The movement was instigated by Marius Romme, Sandra Escher and Patsy Hage in 1987. The Hearing Voices Movement was established in 1987 by Romme and Escher, both from the Netherlands, with the formation of Stichting Weerklank (Foundation Resonance), a peer led support organisation for people who hear voices. In 1988, the Hearing Voices Network was established in England with the active support of Romme
Contributor: Marius Romme.
Contributor: Marius Romme. ISBN13: 9781906254223. Biography: Marius Romme MD, PhD, was Professor of Social Psychiatry at the Medical Faculty of the University of Maastrict. He is now a Visiting Professor at the Centre for Community Mental Health, Birmingham City University.
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Author(s) : Marius Romme, Author(s) : Sandra Escher. Also by Marius Romme. Living with Voices: 50 Stories of Recovery.
Author(s) : Marius Romme, Author(s) : Sandra Escher. Publisher : Mind Publications.
Accepting voices (book) – Marius Romme and Sandra Escher have published coping strategies after years of listening to the experiences of voice-hearers. Making sense of voices (book) – Romme and Escher have also published a recent title (2000) called Making Sense of Voices: A guide for mental health professionals working with voice-hearers, which would also be helpful.
Since Romme and Escher's initial work, substantial empirical support has been provided for the Maastricht . A clinical strategy particularly associated with this endeavour is the Maastricht Hearing Voices Interview (MHVI).
Since Romme and Escher's initial work, substantial empirical support has been provided for the Maastricht approach's key propositions. The alternative approach of the Maastricht model is based on helping people make sense of their voices and learning to cope and relate with them. A clinical strategy particularly associated with this endeavour is the Maastricht Hearing Voices Interview (MHVI)