Working with People Who Hear Voices

In this course, Anisa Varasteh explains what non-shared reality is and makes the case for a validating, collaborative approach to supporting those who are hearing voices. Techniques are offered for responding to those who are hearing voices.

About this course

In this course, Anisa Varasteh, clinical sexologist and Director of Relate Sexology, explains what non-shared reality is, contextualises the experience of voice-hearing, lists the symptoms of schizophrenia, and explores the relationship between emotions and hearing voices. She debunks several myths about people with schizophrenia, outlines positive aspects of hearing voices, and offers several techniques for responding to clients who are hearing voices, including active listening skills, separating the voice(s) from the person, and employing a collaborative approach.
Duration 1 hour
Format video
Type specialised
Price Included with Membership
Writer / Presenter Anisa Varasteh

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