Eliminate tinnitus distress - Tinnitus Management

Tinnitus Management

Tinnitus Management

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Tinnitus Management
           - to eliminate "Tinnitus Distress"


  • One to one tinnitus management - appointments at my clinic or using Zoom

  • For long term or recently acquired tinnitus

  • Hyperacusis and Acoustic Shock Injury (ASI)

  • Anxiety & low mood/depression often associated with distressing tinnitus

  • Measurable outcomes - see Results page

  • 25+ years clinical experience in this field


Research

As well as running tinnitus clinics, I am directly involved in on-going research with the Nottingham Hearing Biomedical Research Unit (NHBRU), part of the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) - the leading tinnitus research facility in the UK


Current & future research projects

3 main areas of activity in the clinic

Psychotherapy

Anxiety and/or depression together with distressing tinnitus are inextricably linked. Tinnitus can bring its own anxiety and low mood / depression; however, for some people, anxiety (for example, GAD, OCD, PTSD, Panic) and/or depression are in addition to that caused by the tinnitus alone. Basic tinnitus management is insufficient. The problems are combined: one reacts to another, to another and so forth. Working with me, your treatment is combined

For more detailed information about my work in psychotherapy (anxiety/depression and NO tinnitus), please visit my main website:

Hearing Therapy

My work in Tinnitus Management evolved from working as a Hearing Therapist.

Hearing Therapy helps people with any one or a combination of:

  • Hearing loss
  • Tinnitus
  • Hyperacusis
  • Balance

Find out more about Hearing Therapy using the link below:


Medico-Legal Tinnitus Management

I provide Tinnitus Management for clients who have been referred to me by solicitors. Tinnitus may have onset due to NIHL; or the client may have been involved in an accident, often a road traffic accident (RTA), and as a result of the accident, the client has acquired tinnitus (noise(s) in the ear(s) and / or head). Whiplash or head injuries are common causes of this. For more information:

The Tinnitus Project

Tinnitus Management

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