Tinnitus Courses

A course for lay counsellors to help people with tinnitus
September 05-06, 2014, Sheffield, UK
February 06-07, 2015, Sheffield, UK
June 26-27, 2015, London, UK
October 09-10, 2015, Sheffield, UK

The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) has obtained the help of a professional trainer to offer, with consultation, lay counselling training to enable participants, who may already have some experience, to build on this experience and so become better equipped to help people with tinnitus as well as to support other helpers. read more arrowread more

Columbia, Maryland, USA
September 11 – 13 (Thu - Sat), 2014

The course is approved by AAA for 2.0 (Tier 1) CEUs. Canadian participants are eligible for 24 hours CEE from CASLPA.
The course is intended for participants who provide clinical management services for patients with tinnitus and/or hyperacusis. The purpose of the course is to teach the theoretical basis and clinical implementation of TRT, based on a neurophysiological model of tinnitus and hyperacusis, so the participants will be able to help patients utilizing this habituation-oriented approach.

This is an interactive course with small group of participants. At the end of the three days the participant should feel comfortable to start working with tinnitus and hyperacusis patients almost immediately. Extensive materials are provided.

If you are interested please contact Drs. Margaret & Pawel Jastreboff at www.tinnitus-pjj.com or JHDF2008@gmail.com, fax 443-218-4007 to receive detailed information.

2015 TINNITUS & HYPERACUSIS IN ADULTS AND CHILDREN: Mechanisms, Assessment & Management Master Class
The Masterclass will take place at the UCL Ear Institute from 20nd to 22th January 2015.
Course Directors: Dr Roland Schaette, Lucy Handscomb & Rosie Kentish

The 3 day course starts with a research update on the current understanding of the mechanisms of tinnitus and hyperacusis. Then we address the different approaches for the assessment and management of these symptoms in adults, covering counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness meditation and acoustic stimulation strategies in lectures and workshops. The third day has a paediatric focus: the available strategies for management of tinnitus and hyperacusis in children, and how these need to be adapted to the special needs of children, covered in lectures and case studies.
Contact: ricky.kemp@ucl.ac.uk / 020 7679 8964 (Ricky Kemp, Administrative Assistant)
Detailed Information: Tinnitus & Hyperacusis Therapy MasterclassMeeting Website

Specialist training for tinnitus and hyperacusis therapy
Birbeck College, University of London, UK
March 16 - 20, 2015
Course Tutor: Hashir Aazh, NIHR Research Fellow, University of London

This 5-day international course is designed for those who are keen to specialise in tinnitus and hyperacusis therapy and includes many practical sessions. Participants will be provided with the specialist skill, knowledge and tools which are essential for developing or expanding their Tinnitus service. In addition, this course provides a range of lectures on the most recent research evidence on tinnitus and hyperacusis.
Contact: hashir.aazh@tinnitustherapy.org.uk
Detailed Information: Tinnitus & Hyperacusis Therapy MasterclassCourse Website