Latest Events

Sep 27
27/09/2016
Timetable09:00 Registration & coffee/tea09:30CPD event: Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) with Neurological Conditions - David Gillanders etc.
Sep 27
27/09/2016
Do you want to offer this service to your adult clients? 
Sep 27
27/09/2016
Event information Mindfulness is a hot topic at the moment and many organisations such as Google and Unilever are offering training to their staff to enhance their creativity, resilience, engagement and general well being to name just a fe
Sep 28
28/09/2016
Already offering assessments and want to make sure your practice meets best practice guidelines?
Sep 28
28/09/2016
Advance Decisions can be a crucial element of planning for ‘a good death’ – empowering individuals & enabling person-centred care. Timetable
Sep 28
28/09/2016
Event information Further information coming soon. Registration information This event is free and open to everyone.  There is no need to book so please just turn up on the night.
Sep 28
28/09/2016
The United Nations predicts that by 2050, the number of older persons in the world (60+ years) will exceed the number of young (<20 years) for the first time in recorded history.
Sep 28
28/09/2016
How do we find our way around and why do we sometimes get lost? Tom Hartley will be discussing his research on spatial cognition and how the brain supports behaviour and memory in complex environments.
Sep 28
28/09/2016
Stanley Milgram’s experiments on obedience to authority are amongst the most famous and controversial studies in the history of psychology.  For over fifty years we thought we knew what Milgram’s studies told us – that seemingly ordinary members of the public would admini
Sep 29
29/09/2016
Speakers: This event aims to explain the two main training routes to become a  fully Chartered Counselling Psychologist, recognised by  the BPS. One is the traditional full three year doctoral training route, i.e.

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