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Talking with voices

Compassion Focused Approaches to Working with Distressing Voices

Using Voice Dialogue thinking with people who hear voices
Talking with Voices by Rufus May, Dirk Corstens and Eleanor Longden.

“It allowed us to let our pain out”: perspectives from voice-hearers and their voices on the ‘talking with voices’ approach

Kerry Middleton, Anne Cooke & Rufus May

Dialogical approaches to helping people who hear distressing voices: what are they and how do they work? Middleton, K. 2021. DClinPsych Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Salomons of Applied Psychology

Making Sense of Voices: a case series (possibly behind paywall)

Talk-based approaches to support people who are distressed by their experience of hearing voices: A scoping review by Christian Burr, Joachim K. Schnackenberg and Frank Weidner

Related articles

An Exploration of Multilinguals’ Voice-Hearing Experiences by Rachel Rowan Olive

The Transformative Potential of Psychosis By Robyn Thomas, July 21, 2022

Concerning Voices: An Anthropological Study ‘at Home’ on the Experiences, Explanations and Agency of People who Hear Voices by Theodora Nicole Tatalas

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There is also a list of research related to hearing voices HERE on


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