Cambs Tinnitus Support Group | British Tinnitus Association

When the group meets

2022 Meetings

3rd Saturday of February, April, June, September and November
Gather at 10.00am for a 10.30 start; finish at ~12:30pm

  • 19 February: topic and speaker TBC
  • 23 April: Evidence-based research behind a tinnitus app
    Dr James Jackson
    James is a Chartered Psychologist and holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Psychology from the University of Sheffield as
    well as MSc and PhD degrees in Psychology from the University of Hull. His doctorate considered the effects of
    tinnitus on concentration and task performance. Research interests include how tinnitus affects individuals, how
    personality affects tinnitus distress, and whether objective measurement of tinnitus is possible. He is also interested
    in the concept of ‘resilience’ and how personality and environment moderate pain tolerance.
  • 18 June: Tai Chi with Fara Afifi
  • 17 September: TBC
  • 19 November: Self-Help session &  Bring & Share Brunch. Facilitator: Rachel Knappett

2021 Meetings

3rd Saturday of February, April, June, September and November

  • 19 June: ‘Tinnitus – The Old and the New’ 
    Isobel Fitzgerald-O’Connor, Consultant ENT Surgeon
    Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • 18 September: ‘A talk about Hypnotherapy and how it can help you’
    Helen Fletcher, Hypnotherapist
  • 20 November: ‘Self-help session (& Bring & Share Brunch)’ 
    Facilitator: Rachel Knappett

How to find out more

Contact Alan Yeo
[email protected]
01223 243570

The group produces a newsletter prior to their meetings and all contacts have access to their BTA trained Tinnitus Advisers.

April 2021 Newsletter

Last updated: 19/4/2022

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