‘Hearing voices, and unusual sensory experiences’ In Conversation with Dr. Sarah Parry

Parry, Sarah (2020) ‘Hearing voices, and unusual sensory experiences’ In Conversation with Dr. Sarah Parry. UNSPECIFIED.

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In this podcast, Dr. Sarah Parry, Clinical Psychologist, researcher at Manchester Metropolitan University, discusses what the term hearing voices means, its prevalence, and its manifestations in childhood and adolescence. This fascinating topic has a dearth of research, and Sarah talks about two of her recent papers, one of which will be discussed in detailed at our FREE virtual journal club ‘CAMHS around the Campfire’ in January, do take a look at what’s on offer. Sarah explains how the condition can be exacerbated by anxiety, the stigmatisation, and explains this relational aspect to voice related distress. There are also a number of excellent suggestions for further information and some valuable insights.

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In this podcast, Dr. Sarah Parry, Clinical Psychologist, researcher at Manchester Metropolitan University, discusses what the term hearing voices means, its prevalence, and its manifestations in childhood and adolescence. This fascinating topic has a dearth of research, and Sarah talks about two of her recent papers, one of which will be discussed in detailed at our FREE virtual journal club ‘CAMHS around the Campfire’ in January, do take a look at what’s on offer. Sarah explains how the condition can be exacerbated by anxiety, the stigmatisation, and explains this relational aspect to voice related distress. There are also a number of excellent suggestions for further information and some valuable insights. https://www.acamh.org/journal/camh/hearing-voices-and-unusual-sensory-experiences-in-conversation-with-dr-sarah-parry/
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01 Jun 2022 12:05
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