Compassion for Voices: a tale of courage and hope
Compassion for Voices produced a 5-minute animated film to engage a non-academic audience with the compassionate approach to relating with voices, with potential for use as a therapeutic, educational, and de-stigmatising tool.
This project was led by Charlie Heriot-Maitland, Department of Psychology at King’s College London, in collaboration with Kate Anderson, independent animation director.
Click here to watch the film: http://compassionforvoices.com/videos/compassion-for-voices-film
Find out more about the project?
Click here for information about the making of the film and the people behind it: http://compassionforvoices.com/videos/compassion-for-voices-about
Want to tell us what you think?
We would really value your feedback, e.g. about the film’s impact on you / your understanding of voices etc. Please share your thoughts here: https://kings.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/compassionforvoices