Hallucinations are a hallmark symptom of schizophrenia spectrum diagnoses. Providers can often see them as only controlled through medicines. However, a large amount treatment and theory focuses on voice hearing and cognitive therapy. We are in an unprecedented time. Individuals we intend to serve are at home to prevent spread of COVID-19 and isolation is well established as a precipitant to voice hearing. How do we address voice hearing. This webinar considers the theoretical grounding of Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy for psychosis as it relates to hallucinations or voice-hearing and interventions.
- Webinar: Hallucinations: Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy Approach(54 min 52 Sec)
- Slides: Hallucinations: Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy Approach(PDF)
- The Comprehensive Clinician’s Guide to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Sokol & Fox (Psychosis Chapter)
- Eleanor Longden Ted Talk: The Voices in My Head
- Cognitive behaviour therapy to prevent harmful compliance with command hallucinations (COMMAND): a randomised controlled trial. (Journal Article)