• Lucy Admin
    218
    Hi everyone,

    Voice Collective are teaming up with Raw Sounds to deliver a free, two-hour songwriting workshop for young people (under-19) who hear voices or have other sensory experiences.

    The workshop will support you to write your very own song about anything you like - that could be your voices, visions, feelings, things in your life... or anything else that feels important to you. If you're not a confident singer, you could try a rap or a spoken word poem.

    A songwriter from Raw Sounds will be joining us to share her knowledge & experience about songwriting and to support us to write our songs, and 2 members of the Voice Collective team will be present at all times to chat about anything that comes up.

    The workshop will be a great opportunity to connect with other young people who hear voices or have other experiences that might be similar to what you're going through.

    And the workshop is totally free! It's on Monday 18th February, 5.30-7.30pm at Mind in Camden, London. Here's the flyer below for more details. Or click here to register your place.

    cyeo5pwg7jtd3eu1.jpg
    Attachment
    VC Songwriting Workshop (1M)
bold
italic
underline
strike
code
quote
ulist
image
url
mention
reveal
youtube
tweet
Add a Comment

Welcome to the Voice Collective support forum!

This forum is for young people aged up to 25 who hear voices, see visions, have other ‘unusual’ sensory experiences or beliefs, and their supporters. We have separate spaces for youth members and supporter members. To help keep this forum safe for our users, only members can see what is posted.

If you would like to join the forum - please register. When registering, please let us know if you're joining as a youth member or a supporter. If you're a youth member, please let us know your age so we can make sure you have access to the right part of the forum.

If you'd like to find out more about Voice Collective or get other forms of support, see: www.voicecollective.co.uk or email . If you need to talk to someone urgently, please call Childline (0800 1111) or NHS 111.

Categories