Relating therapy for people who hear voices: perspectives from clients, family members, referrers and therapists.

@article{Hayward2010RelatingTF,
  title={Relating therapy for people who hear voices: perspectives from clients, family members, referrers and therapists.},
  author={Mark Hayward and Ella Fuller},
  journal={Clinical psychology & psychotherapy},
  year={2010},
  volume={17 5},
  pages={363-73}
}
Current psychological models of voice hearing emphasise the personal meaning that individuals attribute to the voice hearing experience. Recent developments in theory and research have highlighted the importance of the relationship between the hearer and the voice. This study aims to contribute to this area of research, by exploring the experience and usefulness of a new form of 'Relating Therapy' that aims to modify distressing relationships with voices. Semi-structured interviews were… CONTINUE READING

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