INTERDISCIPLINARY VOICE-HEARING RESEARCH
News, insights and updates from Hearing the Voice
Understanding Voices Workshops: An invitation to voice-hearers and those who support them (Durham & London, March 2019)
HtV has been working with members of the voice-hearing community to develop Understanding Voices (UV) – a new web resource that will help people find clear, balanced, comprehensive information about voice-hearing. We have now built a prototype site and would be delighted if you could join us to provide feedback on what we have developed so far.
We’re hiring! Applications are invited for a Research Assistant based in Psychology with a particular emphasis on mental health and science communication.
An invitation to participate in a three-day storytelling workshop, Wednesday 14 to Friday 16 August 2019, Durham University. Facilitated by Pip Hardy and Tony Sumner (Patient Voices) and supported by Hearing the Voice.
On May 22, Hearing the Voice teamed up with Egenis (the Centre for the Study of the Life Sciences) at the University of Exeter, to host an interdisciplinary workshop on Inner Speech, Self-talk and Mental Health.
This week, the blog has reproduced a series of articles by Chris Cook (HtV co-investigator). Originally published in 2017 by the Church Times, the final installment in this three-part series examines how scientific research can aid understanding of the relationship of science to theology.
This week, the blog will reproduce a series of articles by Chris Cook (HtV co-investigator). Originally published in 2017 by the Church Times, the second in this three-part series considers the implications of voice-hearing for Christian spirituality.
This week, the blog will reproduce a series of articles by Chris Cook (HtV co-investigator). Originally published in 2017 by the Church Times, the first in this three-part series explores how voice-hearing within Christianity has been interpreted and understood.
We have been asked by creative studio Anagram to circulate details of their upcoming workshops on the power of virtual reality to portray unusual beliefs and experiences.
In a special Polyphony forum (ed. by Katherine Longhurst), survivors, activists and academics from multiple disciplines engaged with, complicated and challenged ideas raised in The Recovery Narrative.
We would like to draw your attention to an upcoming conference from Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys (TEWV) NHS Foundation Trust on ‘Spirituality and recovery in mental health: Putting people at the heart of care’…