Media 2001



Listening cure Hearing voices is a relatively common – and taboo – phenomenon in children and can trigger educational difficulties, but this could change with the publication of a groundbreaking study in Holland. The Guardian (UK), 16th November 2001

Making sense of the voices Mental health professionals debate the various approaches to helping voice-hearers. The Guardian (UK), 16th November 2001

They would set her impossible tasks Maria from Manchester began hearing voices when she was seven – three years after being sexually assaulted by a man in her neighbourhood. The Guardian (UK), 16th November 2001



Head to Head: Is hearing voices a sign of mental illness? TONY DAVID says yes, IVAN LEUDAR disagrees. The Psychologist (UK), May 2001

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