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A workshop of the Educational Voice-Hearing Network in the Collaborating Centre for Values-Based Practice in Health and Social Care

Wednesday 27 June | 12-5PM | The McInnes Room, The Warneford Hospital, Warneford Lane, Oxford OX3 7JX

A wide variety of presentations will explore innovative therapies that can help people who hear voices.


12.00 PM – Arrival, registration and coffee

12.15 PM – Outline of the day from Dr Roz Austin

12.30 PM – Dr Craig Steel (Reading University). ‘The strengths and limitations of CBT for Voices’

13.20 PM – Dr Roz Austin (Durham University). ‘A reading from Emily’s Voices

13.40 PM – Mary Coaten, (Durham University). ‘Dance movement therapy’          

14.20 PM – Coffee break

14.40 PM – Dr Mar Rus-Calfell (Oxford University). ‘AVATAR therapy: a digital therapy to help  people with distressing voices’

15.30 PM – Working group: The Educational Voice-Hearing Network

17.00 PM – Closing


A fee of £5 is payable on the door, although there are some free places for unwaged service-users. For further enquiries or to book a place simply email Roz.

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