Kraepelin’s fateful turn away from patient experience Free

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Dr Roz Austin looks at what it's like to hear voices as well as how to engage in a dialogic relationship with the voice to provide a better understanding of it. Using patient examples, Dr Austin reviews how interacting with their voices can be a beneficial pathway of communication and can help create a more effective relationship between the patient and their voice. 

This lecture was filmed for the 'in kraepelin’s shadow: historical and philosophical foundations of contemporary biological psychiatry' event at the RSM in London on Tuesday 8th of May 2018.

Length: 00:26:23

00:03:36 - What is it like to hear voices?
00:07:55 - Engaging in a dialogic relationship with a voice
00:13:46 - Changing a relationship with a voice
00:25:00 - Summary
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