Myth Busting Hearing Voices

Parry, Sarah (2022) Myth Busting Hearing Voices. UNSPECIFIED.

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About the event Many people hear voices, it is a relatively common human experience. Naturally there are a number of different experiences of hearing voices, some don’t mind them and can like them, whilst others might find them irritating, and in some instances intrusive. But what does the latest research tell us about how this impacts children and young people, and what can we do to help them? Join our host Dr Sarah Parry, Clinical Psychologist and Practice Fellow, Manchester Metropolitan University, who specialises in trauma and children’s mental health to learn about: Latest evidence Practical tips and advice Coping strategies and communication Sarah will be joined by her team of researchers; Zarah Eve, PhD and Multiplicity Researcher, Lauren Kinch, PhD and Imaginary Companions Researcher, Hannah Leach, Trainee Clinical Psychologist, Sadie Rodell, Trainee Clinical Psychologist, who be there to present the latest data and to answer your questions.

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