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Reducing the frequency and severity of distressing auditory verbal hallucinations: AVATAR Therapy

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Reducing the frequency and severity of distressing auditory verbal hallucinations: AVATAR Therapy

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Venue: G5, St Mary's University
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The Student Psychology Society and the Psychology programme present the Inaugural Psychology Alumni Lecture.

Dr Conan O’Brien, Clinical Psychologist at North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT), will present Reducing the frequency and severity of distressing auditory verbal hallucinations: AVATAR Therapy.

The event will commence with a reception in the Dolce Vita Cafe at 5pm, with the talk beginning in G5 at 6pm.

About the speaker

In his talk, Dr O’Brien will discuss the research supporting AVATAR therapy, providing an insight into the current usage and future directions for this new, exciting form of therapy.

Dr O’Brien graduated from St Mary’s in 2008 (BSc Psychology with Sport Science) before completing his MPhil in Social and Developmental Psychology. He worked as a research assistant at King’s College London before going on to complete his Clinical Psychology doctorate at University College London and taking on his current post within NELFT.

 

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For more information about this event please contact psych@stmarys.ac.uk.


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