Monthly Archives: October 2014

This month in voices: August 2014

This month’s voice-hearing research covered topics ranging from changing how you relate to your voices, brain tumours, interdisciplinary approaches to voice-hearing and ‘friends interventions’.   Brighton, UK. Mark Hayward and colleagues allow us to pier into the future (boom, boom!) … Continue reading

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This month in voices: September 2014

There wasn’t a great quantity of research published in September, but the two papers I summarise below are hopefully helpful in showcasing how cognitive behavioural therapy is actually done for voice-hearing, and how researchers are looking at the role of … Continue reading

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