Listening to Voices inspires critical reflection and builds a framework of respect, understanding and hope in workplaces, educational settings and community.

What we do

Through performance, training, workshops and resources we:

  • share personal stories to ignite critical conversations in mental health
  • provide unique professional development opportunities
  • contribute the voice of those with lived experience in shaping our future mental health responses
  • address stigma and highlight the many links between trauma, family violence, bullying and mental health
  • create person centred, trauma informed, empathetic mental health workforces
  • inspire critical reflection and hopeful practices, such as the hearing voices approach.

How we can support you

We partner with local governments and community organisations to deliver in-theatre or venue performances that inspire hopeful and connected communities.

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Enrich the connections and conversations at your conference through the addition of engaging performances from those with lived experience.

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Unique and engaging professional development. Lived experience performance followed by reflective activities, Q&A, information and resources.

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The Listening to Voices team offers collaborative planning and consultation to ensure the voice of those who have experienced the mental health system is at the heart of professional and service system practice.

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Access to free online films and facilitators guide to enhance professional development, teaching and learning from lived experience narratives.

Listening to Voices documentary - Trailer

Listening to Voices
documentary

Free online learning
resources - Trailer

“Takes us to the heart of the experience with interest and empathy.”
“The most profound, moving, authentic and non-simplistic artistic expression of the lived experience of mental health issues I have ever been privileged to witness. Thank you!”
“Honest personal accounts share a message of hope connection and recovery.”
“Powerful and confronting - stimulating very important conversation.”
“Witnessing this work has changed the way I think about many of the experiences of the young people I work with.”
“A chance to reflect on why I came into this work in the first place.”