Monthly Archives: November 2019

Curious about what will happen at our event on 17th January in London? Here’s a sneaky peek at the plan…

What to expect on the day This event has been planned specifically to be owned and directed by all who attend without hierarchy or ‘experts’, but a space for those passionate to see changes in mental health services to get … Continue reading

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What has #Emerging Proud Press achieved in it’s inaugural year?

It’s hard to believe that only a year ago #Emerging Proud Press was only an embryo of a vision… it’s amazing what can be achieved with collaborative heart-centred efforts; the results speak for the power of the collective…. CLICK HERE … Continue reading

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“There is deep wisdom within our very flesh, if we can only come to our senses and feel it” says John from Illawarra in Australia

John PINK from the Illawarra Region of NSW, Australia (coastal – south of Sydney) believes that ‘Hearing Voices’ is the beginning of opening to ‘Clairaudience’, and he’s not alone in thinking this. It’s not been something which has yet been acknowledged … Continue reading

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Ambriel and Jeeva emerge through their traumatic pasts to shake the world with their creativity

Remember Mandy, our latest Pocket Book Rep? She’s shared some of her inspiring poetry across the book series, but that’s not the half of it! Mandy and her partner Ash have been busy writing away their pain for quite a … Continue reading

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Introducing our 5th KindaProud Rep, creative inspiration Mica

We are absolutely delighted to be able to introduce our Rep for our 5th Pocket Book of Hope in the KindaProud series; #Emerging Proud through Psychosis and Schizophrenia.  We are more than KindaProud of the lovely and very talented Mica, … Continue reading

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Dropping pathological labels – in solidarity

I’m proud to be a member of Drop the Disorder – would you like to be too? ‘Drop the Disorder!’ is a Facebook group for people interested in challenging the culture of psychiatric diagnosis and in supporting non-pathologising ways of … Continue reading

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