I am a Research Fellow at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, where I undertake research into the experience of hearing voices. I am also an Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Psychology at Durham University in the UK.
My work covers all aspects of the experience, ranging from the histories and meanings of hearing voices, to phenomenology, cognitive neuroscience, and clinical interventions to help those distressed and impaired by the experience. This takes place through my own research program at Macquarie University, as well as through national and international collaborations (see the ‘collaborations’ tab of my website)
I am a member of the International Consortium on Hallucinations Research, as well as the consumer-led Intervoice International Research Committee.
More details on my book are available here, and it can be bought in various formats:
- Hardback version via Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk or Cambridge University Press.
- Kindle edition
- Adobe eBook Reader via here.
In addition to communicating my own work, my website also has a useful ‘Resources’ tab, which suggests recommended books and papers on hearing voices, and also provides interesting websites in this area, as well as talks and videos.
I also have two blogs. This month in voices provides monthly updates on new research published into hearing voices. My other blog provides a more in-depth analysis of some specific papers, as well as other reflections on voice-hearing.
If you have any suggestions about my website, are interested in starting a collaborative project in this area, or would like copies of any of my papers (for your own scholarly use) please get in touch with me via the Contact Me tab.
p.s. For those who have asked, the header for my website is a photo I took at Byron Bay recently. Australia is beautiful!