‘Hearing Voices: An Interpersonal Experience?’, University of Manchester, 10 September 2013, 9am-4pm

University of ManchesterHearing Voices: An Interpersonal Experience?
A research seminar exploring novel therapeutic approaches for auditory hallucinations

University of Manchester
10 September 2013
9am – 4pm

Speakers include:

  • Professor Max Birchwood ‘Reducing harmful compliance with command hallucinations using a cognitive interpersonal based therapy: results of the MRC COMMAND trial.’
  • Professor Julian Leff   ‘Silencing Voices: How does Avatar Therapy work?’
  • Dr Sandra Bucci  ‘Cognitive therapy for command hallucinations : a case example’
  • Dr Clara Strauss ‘Mindfulness based approaches for distressing voices – What’s the evidence?’
  • Dr Katherine Berry ‘What does attachment theory tell us about working therapeutically with voice hearers?’
  •  Dr Mark Hayward ‘Relating to voices: making an informed choice’
  • Ruth Chandler ‘Why become a person when you can become a spaceship? Relating to voices, self management and transformation’

For further information and to book a FREE place at this event please email Isabelle Butcher. To download the conference flyer, please click here.

About Hearing the Voice

Voice-hearing research at Durham University
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