Sussex Voices Clinic

Sussex Voices Clinic aims to improve understandings of voice-hearing experiences, enhance effectiveness of therapy and make it easier for patients who are distressed by hearing voices to access evidence-based therapies.

How it works

  • Who are we and what do we do?
  • Who works in the clinic?
  • What is voice hearing?

Read more about how Sussex Voices Clinic works here 

 

Therapies 

An initial meeting allows the patient who is hearing voices to discuss their voice-hearing experience and find out if the clinic is the right option for them.

If it is suitable, they will be offered up to eight sessions of individual therapy (only four sessions are offered in the Children & Young People Service).

After the completion of therapy, a feedback meeting is conducted to review learning and evaluate progress.

 

Read more about what happens in therapy here 

 

Our research

The Voices Clinic conducts research studies to help improve the quality of the services that we offer.

You can learn more about upcoming studies, and studies that are recruiting now.

You can also read about past research we have conducted, and browse our publications.

Read more about our research here 

 

Resources

  • Voices Clinic Flyers
  • Voices Clinic Poster
  • Resources to support learning
  • Other support
  • Sussex Voices Clinic in the news
  • Lived Experience Advisory panel (LEAP)

Explore our resources here

 

Contact us

Email: voices.clinic@sussexpartnership.nhs.uk   

 

Telephone: 07825 753379

Twitter: 
@sussexvoices
       
 

Referrals

The clinic is available to patients who hear distressing voices in the following clinical services:

Eastbourne ATS; Adur, Arun and Worthing ATS; Western ATS; Hailsham EIP; and Hailsham ChYPS. 

Clinicians can email referrals to voices.clinic@sussexpartnership.nhs.uk using our referral form.


Read more about how to contact us, our eligibility criteria and how the referral process works here