Rachel Waddingham is an international trainer, group facilitator and consultant specialising in developing respectful approaches to supporting people who struggle with voices, visions, overwhelming beliefs and post-traumatic reactions. She managed the London Hearing Voices Project from 2007-2015, where she launched Voice Collective - a project that works to creatively support children and young people who hear voices, and their families. Rachel hears voices, see visions and has recovered from a diagnosis of schizophrenia/schizoaffective disorder. She feels lucky to live a life that she loves and is Chair of Intervoice, and a trustee for both the English Hearing Voices Network and the International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis. Rachel is currently a student of the three year full Open Dialogue training. For more information about Rachel, please see her website.