Here is a list of clinics that provide therapy options for distressing voices and Hallucinations:
The Sussex Voices Clinic aims to improve understandings of voice-hearing experiences and enhance the effectiveness of therapy. Therapies are available to reduce distress and enhance quality of life. Therapy options include mindfulness, relating to voices therapy, and self-guided CBT.
Contact: Dr Mark Hayward, e-mail: Mark.Hayward@sussexpartnership.nhs.uk.
The Voice Clinic aims to provide a range of therapy options for people affected by distressing voices.
Contact: Professor Iris Sommer, e-mail: I.Sommer@umcutrecht.nl
CHESS (Consultations Hallucinations & Expériences Suprasensorielles) for children, adolescents, adults and old-age with hallucinatory experiences.
Contact: Professor Renaud Jardri, e-mail: Renaud.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Voices Clinic is a specialist psychological treatment and research clinic for people who hear voices or have similar experiences.They provide voices self-management sessions and psychological therapy are conducted at the clinic both through research trials and clinic therapists.
Contact: The Voices Clinic, Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre, Level 4, 607 St Kilda Road, Melbourne 3004, Tel: 03 9076 6564,E: email@example.com
Perth Voices Clinic is a psychological treatment, teaching and research clinic for people who hear voices or have other unusual perceptual experiences, operated from Murdoch University and affiliated with The University of Western Australia.
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