Before the group I felt isolated, like I was freakish or wrong. I thought I was the only person this was happening to. It helped me to realise that there are other people out there. It normalised it and made it feel less inhuman.
Andy*, aged 16 (member of a Voice Collective peer support group)
Mind in Camden provides high quality support and capacity building services to benefit people who are struggling with mental distress, including: hearing voices, extremes of mood, anxiety, unusual beliefs and post-traumatic reactions. Find out more about our mission, visions and values.
More information about Mind in Camden
Working alongside people of all ages who are experiencing distress through voices, visions, unusual beliefs, anxiety, hopelessness and extremes of mood, Mind in Camden will stimulate change and development in mental health services by providing, promoting and partnering in services in diverse settings that:
- enable self defined recovery, increase self esteem and promote hope
- involve guided and unguided self help, co-production and peer support
- challenge stereotyping, stigma, isolation and social exclusion
Find out more about our mission, visions and values.