Last year we delivered two ‘Knowledge is Power’ training workshops in London and Glasgow, and recruited a cohort of voice-hearers, family members and mental health professionals to provide us with feedback on Understanding Voices (UV). Thank you to those who generously gave up their time to share their thoughts on the website. Here are some of the highlights from your feedback.
Hearing the Voice is delighted to announce that we have been awarded the 2020 Medical Humanities Award for Best Research by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the Wellcome Trust. The award recognises 'outstanding research that draws on the arts and...
In his newest book ‘Christians Hearing Voices’, Chris Cook (HtV Co-investigator) presents and reflects upon a series of first-hand accounts of Christian experiences of spiritually significant voice hearing.
Last year over seventy voice-hearers, family members and health professionals took part in a consultation designed to test the prototype version of our new website, Understanding Voices (UV)…
Have you ever taken the psychedelic brew ayahuasca? Have you ever heard voices during this experience? If so, you might be interested in participating in our Voice-Hearing Experiences Among Ayahuasca Users study.
We’re thrilled to announce the release of our new animation ‘What is hearing voices?’.
We’re delighted to announce the publication of a new article on our study of writers’ inner voices and literary creativity in The Guardian.
Delighted to draw your attention to an online film night and panel discussion from the Hearing Voices Network on Friday 24 April at 6.30PM BST, featuring HtV’s Tehseen Noorani.
We have been asked by Dr Clara Humpston to circulate details of the following study on sensory experiences and sense of self. Read more…
Experiences of presence in grief: When relationships continue, what are the consequences? (18 February 2020, Durham)
In this upcoming talk, Dr Jacqueline Hayes (University of Roehampton) will present research that examines the functions and consequences the experiences have for the bereaved.