ACT for psychosis on the radio

Contextual Consulting’s very own Dr Joe Oliver is appearing this week on “Taking Hurt to Hope“, the WebTtalkRadio show hosted by JoAnne Dahl.

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ACT: Taking Hurt to Hope – Struggling with Psychosis

412F60Q9i0LHearing voices or seeing things other people don’t perceive is a phenomena that isn’t necessarily a problem, but the ways one reacts to these experiences and the ways others around us react can create severe problems. Rather than trying to alleviate these experiences, it is more helpful to make room for them and put your valuable energy back into you life. Join us today as we talk to Dr Joe Oliver who previously worked as a clinical psychologist in London working within a Early Intervention for Psychosis Service which is part of the South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. Joe is co-editor of the book Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness for Psychosis,  published by Wiley-Blackwell.

Joe helps us to see how persons with extraordinary experiences like hearing voices can find ways to relate to these experiences that help them to stay on track in a vital life.

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You can listen to the show here.

 


 

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