Working with Professor Julian Leff and UCL, and supported by the Wellcome Trust, we have developed an innovate treatment that aims to give control back to the patient so that they can re-negotiate the relationship with their voices or hallucinations. The interactive enables the clinicians and patients to create a 3D on-screen avatar by configuring the face and voice of the entity they believe is 'talking' to them. The system then synchronises the avatar's lips with its speech, allowing the clinician to speak with the patient through the avatar in real time. Through Avatar Therapy, the clinician encourages the patient to oppose the voice and gradually teaches them to take control of their hallucinations. This delicate and yet powerful software demanded a thorough, user-centric and sensitive approach to UX/UI design. The beauty of this digitally orientated therapy is its simplicity & brevity, and it's non-reliance on medication.