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Madness Radio
Interview
Erica van den Akker
 Madness Radio  Contact Contributor
Aug. 2, 2010, 7:40 p.m.
People who hear voices are no more violent than anyone else -- but what about the small number of voice hearers that do actually commit violent crimes? Are medications and locked wards the best way to help those who act on their aggressive "command hallucinations?" Dutch psychiatric social worker and Hearing Voices Movement member Erica van den Akker discusses her innovative counseling work with violent offenders in the Netherlands.
Erica van den Akker, Will Hall

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00:48:28 1 April 2, 2010
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