Living with hallucinations

Charles Bonnet Syndrome (CBS) is a common, but little known condition which refers to the silent visual hallucinations experienced by people who have lost part or all of their sight. They can often be distressing for patients and misdiagnosed by professionals as being a mental health issue. In this episode of the College's podcast, Martin and Daniel bring you a fascinating conversation with Judith Potts, Founder of Esme's Umbrella, and Nina Chesworth who lives with the condition. 

Following her own mother's experience with CBS, Judith has been tirelessly campaigning to raise awareness of the condition amongst the public and professionals alike. 

Play season two, episode 21