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Hearing Voices Group
This mutual aid group offers support to people who share the experience of hearing voices. The group's acceptance of the real life experiences of its memers and its encouragement of personal acceptance has its roots in an international hearing voices movement which is led by INTERVOICE, the International Network for Training, Education, and Research into Hearing Voices.
Relatively new to the United States, Hearing Voices Groups are being promoted by the National Empowerment Center and other organizations devoted to Recovery. They are of critical importance in reducing the isolation, shame and secrecy that so often characterizes the lives of voice hearers.
Montgomery County groups are facilitated by Berta Britz, CPS, a voice hearer who is involved in the international movement.
All voice hearers are welcome free of charge.
The group is made possible through the collaboration of the Montgomery Department of Behavioral Health and Creating Increased Connections (CIC)
For information contact Berta Britz, email@example.com
More About Norristown Friends Meeting
Since 1852, Norristown Friends Meeting have been located on Swede and Jacoby Streets in Norristown. Part of the Religious Society of Friends, Norristown Friends Meeting offers unprogrammed worship. Unprogrammed worship means Norristown Friends Meeting practices worship grounded in silence. The Bible is the basis for worship at Norristown Friends, and Jesus Christ forms the foundation of their beliefs. All visitors are welcome to join the Sunday worship service.