Hearing Voices:

                    Baker, Paul.  The Voice Inside:  A Practical Guide for and About People Who Hear Voices.  Port of Ness, Isle of                           Lewis: P & P Press.  2009.

                 Bennett, Amanda and Schiller, Lori.  The Quiet Room:  A Journey out of the Torment of Madness.  New York:                             Grand Central Publishing.  1994.

 

                 Callahan, Sidney.  Women Who Hear Voices:  The Challenge of Religious Experience.  New York:  Paulist Press.                         2003.

 

                 Coleman, Ron.  Recovery:  An Alien Concept?  Port of Ness, Island of Lewis:  P & P Press, 2011.

 

                 Dent Pearce, Louisa.  The Little Girl that Nobody Wanted.  Melbourne:  Elleldi Studios.  2011.

 

                 Dorman, Daniel.  Dante’s Cure:  A Journey out of Madness.  New York:  Other Press LLC.  2003.

 

                 Fernyhough, Charles.  The Voices Within:  The History and Science of How we Talk to Ourselves. 

                 New York:  Basic Books.  2016.

 

                 Hornstein, Gail.  Agnes’s Jacket:  A Psychologist’s Search for the Meaning of Madness.  New York:  Rodale.  2009.

 

                 Corstens, Dirk, Dillon, Jacqui, Escher, Sandra; Morris, Mervyn and Romme, Marius.  Living with Voices:  50 Stories                     of Recovery. UK: PCCS Books, Ltd.  2009.

 

                 McCarthy-Jones, Simon.  Can’t You Hear Them?  The Science and Significance of Hearing Voices.  London and

                 Philadelphia:  Jessica Kingsley Publishers.  2017.

                 North, Carol.  Welcome, Silence:  My Triumph Over Schizophrenia.  New York:  Simon & Schuster.  1987.

                 Runningwolf, Michael.  The Promise.  Self-published on Amazon.com.  2019.

 

                 Smith, Daniel B.  Muses, Madmen and Prophets:  Hearing Voices and the Borders of Sanity. 

                 New York:  Penguin Books.  2007.

                 Steele, Ken and Berman, Claire.  The Day the Voices Stopped:  A Memoir of Madness and Hope. 

                 New York:  Basic Books.  2001.

                 T. M.  Luhrmann. “The Sound of Madness:  Can We Treat Psychosis by Listening to the Voices in our Heads?”                             Harper’s Magazine. May 2018. https://harpers.org/archive/2018/06/the-sound-of-madness/.  5/22/2018.

 

                 Jerome Groopman. “The Voices in our Heads:  Why Do People Talk to Themselves, and When Does it Become a                         Problem?” The New Yorker.  January 9, 2017.  https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/01/09/the

                  -voices-in-our-heads.  12/4/2017.

 

                 “Dissociation Isn’t a Life Skill:  Dissociation is Technically a Defense Mechanism.”  Psychology Today.                                          https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/pathological-relationships/20121/dissociation-isn’t 12/5/2017

 

                 Woods, Angela.  “The Art of Medicine:  Voices, Identity, and Meaning-Making.”  The Lancet, Vol. 386.  December

                 12, 2015. www.thelancet.com.  December 20, 2017.