We will cover: (i) Tinnitus treatment pathways; (ii) Research into the efficacy of tinnitus interventions at Leeds Trinity University – including evidence base of online mindfulness resources, Mindful Dance Workshops, and smartphone applications (e.g. Tinnibot) applying internet-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapies (iCBT); (iii) Flipped classroom workshops focusing on broadening understanding of key counselling awareness/knowledge, how counselling works in practice and identifying appropriate counselling support pathways for improving psychosocial wellbeing of tinnitus patients; (iv) Referral pathways; and (v) Career Development (i.e. advice on further qualifications to dispense psychological therapies).
Speaker 1: Dr James Jackson, Reader in Psychology at Leeds Trinity University, has an international reputation in the field of tinnitus research and is currently serving on the Professional Advisory Committee of the British Tinnitus Association. His doctorate considered the effects of tinnitus on concentration and task performance. He is a Chartered Psychologist (C.Psychol.), an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (AFBPsS.), and holds a Senior Fellowship from the Higher Education Academy - now Advance HE (SFHEA).
He is an unpaid Clinical and Scientific Advisor for Hearing Power, the makers of Tinnibot:
He has tinnitus and a severe hearing loss.
Speaker 2: Dr Jamie Cruickshank is a Lecturer in Psychology at Leeds Trinity University. They are also a residential counsellor at Liverpool Bereavement Service. Jamie has worked with a wide range of adult clients struggling with bereavement, loss, trauma, and related mental health challenges. They hold a PhD in Health Psychology and is a qualified Counsellor/Psychotherapist registered with the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (MBACP).
Guest Speaker: Henrietta Roe, a highly experienced Senior Audiologist & Hearing Therapist with more than 13 years of working both in the NHS and in private practices on Harley Street, HCA Hospitals, & The Shard. She has a BSc Audiology (Hons) from University College London. She is also a Registered Hearing Aid Dispenser (RHAD) with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
She has tinnitus and hearing difficulties.
|Period||16 Jul 2022|
|Event type||Non-academic seminar/workshop|
|Location||Leeds, United Kingdom|
|Degree of Recognition||National|