Professional and ethical practice issues for psychologists, psychotherapists and counsellors: an important part of civic and community engagement
Submitted by Christopher Lynch on Tue, 23/06/2015 - 18:14
Professional and ethical practice issues for psychologists, psychotherapists and counsellors
Friday 17th July 2015, 9:30am – 4:30pm (Registration and light refreshments from 9:00am)Key note speakers: Professor Jamie Hacker-Hughes (President of the British Psychological Society, Dr Andrew Reeves, (Chair of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy), Premila Trivedi (Activist and expert by experience), Professor Steve Pilling NICE National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health, Robert Sherman (Barrister at law and accredited mediator), Dr Sally Zlotowitz (Chair of Community Psychology London branch)
Who should attend?
The Conference is ideal for service providers, practitioners, educators and trainers, researchers, policy makers, placement providers, supervisors, advocates, trainees and anyone with an interest in ensuring that professional and ethical standards are actively considered and upheld in a range of situations.
Conference overview - At a glance
We are excited to be hosting an excellent selection of key note speakers (see above), and to be offering fourteen stimulating and thought provoking workshops. All workshop facilitators are experts drawn from a range of areas within psychology, counselling and psychotherapy, covering topics such as: professional; legal; clinical; issues of diversity; research; supervision and training.
This conference will emphasize and develop knowledge around all aspects of professional and ethical practice for anyone who is involved in aspects relating to psychology, psychotherapy and counselling in a dynamic and changing environment.
To identify the current challenges that therapeutic practitioners are faced with on a daily basis in practice and to consider the best ways of working and resolving these.
To promote the development and application of professional and ethical competence in individual practitioners, groups of professionals, educational and health organisations.
For further details and registration please go to: http://dl-cfs-02.uel.ac.uk/pep/booking/
Early booking is recommended to ensure that you obtain a place. We hope that you will come along and join us.
Charges are as below:
Student Ambassador - FREE
Beverages, light snacks, and lunch is included.
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