‘Compassion for Voices’ A tale of courage and hope. A short film sharing a compassionate approach for anyone relating to voices.
‘Compassion for Voices’ A tale of courage and hope.
This film, created by the Cultural Institute at King’s, shares a compassionate approach to relating with voices.
Narrated by Eleanor Longden and Rufus May – psychologists who have personal experience of ‘psychosis’ – it shares the journey of a young man who is struggling with his voices.
During the video, this young man takes part in a Compassion Focussed Therapy that helps him see, and relate to, his voices in a different way.
This video is a part of a Cultural Institute at King’s project led by Dr Charlie Heriot-Maitland, Department of Psychology at King’s, in collaboration with Kate Anderson, independent animation director.
It is part of the Cultural Institute at King’s Collaborative Innovation Scheme for Early Career Researchers.