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    Have you ever searched online to try to find good quality information about voice-hearing & different support options?

    Would you like to have a say in how a new website about voice-hearing will be built?

    Hearing the Voice at Durham University is working with people who hear voices to develop a new website called Integrated Voices. The site will help people of all ages find clear and balanced information about voice hearing, and the things that can help.

    They hope that Integrated Voices will make it easier for people to find information about different
    approaches to voice-hearing and ways of supporting those who are struggling with the voices they
    hear. But, to make this work they need your help :)

    You can help to shape the project by filling out an online survey telling the team what you'd like to see on the website. The survey is available at: https://tinyurl.com/integrated-voices-YP

    About Hearing the Voice:

    Hearing the Voice is a large study about voice-hearing, based at Durham University and funded by the Wellcome Trust. Their international research team includes academics specialising in Philosophy, Psychology, Psychiatry, Cultural Studies and more. They also work closely with clinicians, voice-hearers and other experts by experience.

    In addition to exploring the personal and biological experience of hearing voices, they are investigating the links between voice-hearing and creativity, and exploring the ways in which voice-hearing has been understood and represented in different cultures, religions and historical periods. Many of their researchers are developing new and exciting ways of improving clinical practice, helping people who find their voices distressing.

    We're excited to be helping out their team with the site, and we hope that you find it interesting :)
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