Jacqui DillonJacqui Dillon is an activist, trainer, writer, and speaker specialising in hearing voices, dissociation, trauma, abuse, and recovery. She is the Chair of the Hearing Voices Network in England and a key figure in the international Hearing Voices Movement. Her survival of childhood abuse and subsequent experiences of using psychiatric services inform her work, and she is an outspoken advocate and campaigner for trauma informed approaches to madness and distress, including as an advisor on recovery for the Tees, Esk and Wear Valley NHS Foundation Trust. Jacqui is part of a collective voice demanding a radical shift in the way we understand and respond to experiences currently defined as psychiatric illnesses.

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