hearing voices

  • Dr. Sarah Parry

    Myth Busting Hearing Voices recording

    As part of our Myth Busting series this webinar looked at the evidence-base, focused on the facts, and busted some myths when it comes to Hearing Voices. Slides from the session About the event Many people hear voices, it is a relatively common human experience. Naturally there are a number of different experiences of hearing […]

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  • Dr. Sarah Parry

    ‘CAMHS around the campfire’ – Voice-hearing in adolesence

    ‘CAMHS around the Campfire’, is our a free live online journal club. This session was on the CAMH paper by Dr. Sarah Parry and Dr. Filippo Varese ‘Whispers, echoes, friends and fears: forms and functions of voice‐hearing in adolescence’. It was recorded on Thursday 28 January 2021. Please visit our Events page for details of upcoming sessions. ACAMH members can now receive a CPD certificate for watching this recorded lecture.

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    January 2021 – The Bridge

    This issue of The Bridge features summaries of recent child and adolescent mental health research. I hope you enjoy reading about this excellent work which improves our understanding of a wide range of conditions and informs mental health care for young people.

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  • Dr. Sarah Parry

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

    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.

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  • Whispers, echoes, friends and fears: forms and functions of voice‐hearing in adolescence

    Dr. Sarah Parry & Dr. Filippo Varese give a video abstract on their paper ‘Whispers, echoes, friends and fears: forms and functions of voice‐hearing in adolescence’

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