Monday 14th March, 12:00 - 1:00pm

A 60-minute webinar exploring mindfulness, how this can help with the management of tinnitus and tips on how to introduce this into your daily routine. This will also include a live Q & A

Please note we will be using Zoom webinar for this session, please ensure you have this service available on the device you plan on using for the webinar. 


What will the webinar cover? 

The session will cover:

  • What is mindfulness?
  • How can this help manage tinnitus?
  • How do you practice mindfulness – tips on introducing this into daily routine
  • Useful resources

How will the webinar be delivered?

You will require internet access, we will be using Zoom Webinar. A camera and microphone are not required, you will be able to submit your questions using the Q & A function. 


How long is the webinar?

The webinar will be 60 minutes.


Who will be delivering this session?

Dr James Jackson
Leeds Trinity University

Dr James Jackson is a Reader in Psychology at Leeds Trinity University. He has had tinnitus since he was a child, before experiencing a worsening of his tinnitus alongside a sudden severe loss of hearing whilst studying at university. He lectures in Research Methods and Biological Psychology. James is interested in our appraisal of tinnitus, and how mental resources are allocated to monitoring the tinnitus sensation. He is a Chartered Psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.


Is there a charge? 

Yes, there will be a £3 per attendee for this webinar. 

As a charity, we receive no direct government funding, the cost of the ticket covers the running cost of this event including organisation of the event and additional functions such as live captioning on the day of the webinar. 


If you have any questions in regards to the webinar, please contact [email protected] 

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