Hearing the Voice project seeking young people age 16-25 to test a pilot app for people who hear voices

Researchers and voice-hearers in the United Kingdom have collaborated to develop a pilot version of an app for young people who hear voices, called LIVV. They are currently seeking young people age 16-25 who are interested in testing the app and participating in an online survey and/or interview about their experience using it. You can learn more about the app and the research project on the Hearing the Voice blog, or by emailing Victoria Patton at victoria.patton@durham.ac.uk. The interviews and survey will take place in February 2023, and you will receive a shopping voucher as a token of appreciation for your time and expertise. You don’t need to live in the UK to participate, but the interviews and survey will be in English.

Participants wanted: Study on facilitating Hearing Voices groups

A study at the University of Manchester is trying to understand more about how online support groups for people who hear voices compare to in-person support groups. If you have experience facilitating groups for people who hear voices, either in-person or online, you are invited to participate. For more information, please see the poster below or contact Alison Branitsky at alison.branitsky@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk.