BPS report: Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia.
The British Psychology Society released the third version of their report in October 2017. It describes a psychological approach to experiences that are commonly thought of as psychosis, or sometimes schizophrenia. It undergoes continued revision to stay up to date and to address critiques made of it.
Making Sense of Voices: a case series (possibly behind paywall)
Using Voice Dialogue thinking with people who hear voices
Talking with Voices by Rufus May, Dirk Corstens and Eleanor Longden.
An Exploration of Multilinguals’ Voice-Hearing Experiences by Rachel Rowan Olive http://www.language-and-psychoanalysis.com//article/view/6611
Dialogical approaches to helping people who hear distressing voices: what are they and how do they work? Middleton, K. 2021. DClinPsych Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Salomons of Applied Psychology
‘Believing me is crucial’: How to talk to somebody who is hearing voices
Article from May 20th 2018 in The Metro by Lucy Nichol with Rachel Waddingham and Dr Liam Gilligan.
The Transformative Potential of Psychosis By Robyn Thomas -July 21, 2022
Compassion Focused Approaches to Working with Distressing Voices