- Author : Lauz
- support : 12
- Topic : Special Events
For this Topic Tuesday we will have Special Guest @Georgie_Paulik from our partner organisation Perth Voices Clinic joining the discussion around your experiences of hearing voices, the impact this has and management tips.
- Georgie completed her PhD in 2007 from the University of WA and her thesis investigated the role of anxiety in the hearing voices experience.
- She has undertaken research into voice hearing so that we can understand the experience better – why it happens, when it is most likely to happen, and most importantly, what can we do to reduce distress around it.
- She helped develop a novel intervention for voice hearers, called Relating Therapy, which helps people to change the relationship they have with their voice (which unfortunately can often be a very negative and bullying relationship) a bit more about that here
- She has a keen interest in the role of trauma and voices – how trauma can cause voices (for some people) and how to best address underlying trauma.
With Georgie’s wealth of experience, this will be a very interesting and insightful night! We are really looking forward to having everyone involved!
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