INTERDISCIPLINARY VOICE-HEARING RESEARCH

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Zines!

In September 2021, a group of young people who hear voices (aged 16–25) joined artist Liv Wynter and Voice Collective for four online workshops where they made digital zines exploring how hearing voices intersects with other aspects of their identity. We're delighted...

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Living with Voices: Should we make an app for young people who hear voices?

Back in 2018 we launched a new website, Understanding Voices (UV), to help support people who hear voices and their loved ones. We now have a chance to apply for funds to develop an app for young people who hear voices. If you’re aged 16–25 with personal experience of hearing voices, we’d love to hear what you think an app of this type should look like.

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Living with Voices: A smartphone app for young people who hear distressing voices

Living with Voices: A smartphone app for young people who hear distressing voices

In November last year we ran a short consultation to explore young voice-hearers’ responses to the question: Should we build a smartphone app for young people who hear voices? Encouraged by the results of the consultation, we put in an application for Durham’s Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Impact Accelerator Awards. We’re delighted to announce that we were successful in our bid for funding for development of a Living with Voices pilot app.

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Zines!

Zines!

In September 2021, a group of young people who hear voices (aged 16–25) joined artist Liv Wynter and Voice Collective for four online workshops where they made digital zines exploring how hearing voices intersects with other aspects of their identity. We're delighted...

read more
Living with Voices: Should we make an app for young people who hear voices?

Living with Voices: Should we make an app for young people who hear voices?

Back in 2018 we launched a new website, Understanding Voices (UV), to help support people who hear voices and their loved ones. We now have a chance to apply for funds to develop an app for young people who hear voices. If you’re aged 16–25 with personal experience of hearing voices, we’d love to hear what you think an app of this type should look like.

read more
Understanding Voices: New resources in ten languages!

Understanding Voices: New resources in ten languages!

Our ‘Quick Read’ information fact sheets about hearing voices have now been translated into the top 10 languages other than English spoken in the UK, including Arabic, Bengali, Chinese (Simple Chinese), French, Gujarati, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazilian), Punjabi, Spanish, and Urdu.

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Fit for purpose? Addressing inequalities in mental health research

Fit for purpose? Addressing inequalities in mental health research

A paper published today by the Centre for Mental Health has found that new ways of working are needed to address mental health inequalities. Hearing the Voice features in the report as a strong example of how to bring together and value different types of knowledge in the production of evidence to inform mental health policy and practice.

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