TRI Academy May 2023


Don't forget to REGISTER for our last Episode of the current series, that is dealing with everything around the patient.

Laurence McKenna, "Understand Tinnitus and Knowing What to Do and Not to Do": The approach to coping with tinnitus that has the strongest evidence is cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT). This approach will be outlined and ways to manage your response in terms of thinking and behaving (what to do and not do) will be discussed. The importance of sleep will be highlighted.  


Hazel Goedhart, Navigation the tinnitus world - from a patient perspecitve":  If you suffer from tinnitus, you might find yourself lost. Doctors fail to understand or investigate your condition. Loved ones cannot imagine your struggles. And the internet is full of scams. But you don’t have to start from scratch. You can learn from those who have gone before you. You can find relief in sharing your stories. You can educate yourself on the science. And together, we can promote better care and research for tinnitus sufferers.  

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