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Simple coping strategies for people who hear voices

Many mental health nurses find themselves caring for people troubled by voices. Research has found high levels of distress among people who have limited control over the voices and few coping strategies (Nayani and David, 1996). It is the role of professionals to help them (Knudson and Coyle, 1999).

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