My Beautiful Psychosis: Making Sense Of Madness

My Beautiful Psychosis

My Beautiful Psychosis: Making Sense of Madness is a stunning debut memoir from international award winning documentary filmmaker, Emma Goude. It is a gritty tale of transformation, depicting from the inside some of the most powerful experiences a human mind can endure. It questions conventional methods of treating psychosis and point towards a radical vision where diagnosis of mental illness makes allowances for spiritual growth and transformation rather than simply treating a perceived brain chemical imbalance.

From the first page I was hooked.’ Dr. Russell Razzaque, author and Consultant Psychiatrist.

What if psychosis is really a wake up call?

With a Foreword by Dr. Russell Razzaque, Consultant Psychiatrist, author of Breaking Down Is Waking Up and founder of Peer Supported Open Dialogue.

My Beautiful Psychosis: Making Sense of Madness is published by Aeon Books and is available on Amazon.

 “A guiding light for individuals, loved ones and healthcare providers.” Emma Bragdon, PhD. Executive Director, Integrative Mental Health for You.

My Beautiful Psychosis: Making Sense of Madness turns on its head the idea that psychosis is a debilitating illness, caused by a brain chemical imbalance, which requires medication for life. It is an intense, honest and lucid memoir, an exposing and vulnerable adventure through a psyche that is spilling out undigested psychological material to reveal secrets that have been forgotten. 

I was taken by her authenticity and vulnerability.” Phil Borges, Director Crazywise.



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