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Tinnitus Support Group Timetable

January - June 2018

The timetable below gives the porgramme of meetings and event for the Tinnitus Support Group between January and June 2018.  To download a PDF copy, click the button.

 

 

Date

Speaker

Organisation

Topic

January  18th

6.00 -- 8.30pm

Dr Tal Moore, Clinical Psychologist BA (Hons), MSc (Distinction), Clin.Psy.D, C.Psychologist

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy.

Dr Moore invites one of the participants who has completed a trial to speak about her own experience of having EMDR for tinnitus.

February 15th

2:30 – 4:30pm

Lucy Hanscombe

Tinnitus Research

Lucy shares the findings from research into tinnitus

March 15th

6.30 -- 8.30pm

Jackie Heffer-Cooke

Director, Yoga Teacher,

Writer, Producer and Presenter

Jackie discusses how the practice of yoga can be beneficial to those with tinnitus. She describes how it has helped her with her own experience of tinnitus.

April 19th 

2.30 -- 4.30pm

Magda Seranda

Senior Research Fellow - British Tinnitus Association Head of Research. Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre

Sound Therapy and its effectiveness.

Ask the group of any specific questions they may have.

May 17th

2.30 -- 4.30pm

Jenny Hadley

Nutritionist

Due to circumstances beyond our control we have had a change of speaker, we are instead very pleased to be welcoming Nutritionist Jenny Hadley.

  Feedback from our member questionnaires has shown that nutrition is something some of our members would like to see covered at meetings. Jenny will come along with some information relevant to nutrition and tinnitus and sit and discuss this with the group and answer any questions that they may have.

June 21st

6:30 – 8:30pm

Angela Sellens Drake M.A.R.

Pathways Reflexology

Can Reflexology Help You Cope with Tinnitus

Angela has over 27 years' experience in the field of Reflexology and specialises in light-touch reflexology techniques, which many find to be both subtle and powerful