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Job description: Independent Trauma Specialist at www.jacquidillon.org
Areas of interest: Childhood trauma – including being in care or childhood abuseJacqui Dillon is a campaigner, writer, international speaker and trainer specialising in hearing voices, trauma, abuse, and recovery. She has worked in mental health services for over 15 years in a range of settings. Dillon’s experiences of surviving childhood abuse and subsequently using psychiatric services inform her work. She is an outspoken advocate and campaigner for humane, trauma-informed approaches to madness and distress. Jacqui chairs the England Hearing Voices Network, is a Board member of Intervoice, and is a key figure in the Hearing Voices Movement internationally. She is an Honorary Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at the University of East London, an editorial board member of the journal Psychosis: Psychological, Social and Integrative Approaches and part of the collective for Asylum, the Magazine for Democratic Psychiatry. She has published numerous articles and papers and is co-editor of a number of books. To find out more about Jacqui, visit her website.