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DCP Faculty of Addictions

 AGM 2016 Details!

 

The Psychologists Blind Spot: Surrey University 
Friday 24 July

- Problematic Substance Use in Older People
(Sarah Wadd)

- Substance Misuse: The Psychologist's Blind Spot
(Jan Hernan)

Welcome to DCP Faculty of Addictions! 

 

 

Benefits & Aims

The faculties aims are to:

  • Foster effective psychological services and practise for people with addictions.
  • Raise awareness of psychological issues in Addiction
  • Provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of issues, experiences and findings in Addiction work
  • Facilitate communication and support among psychologists and other professionals working in this field
  • Promote psychological research which enhances the lives of people affected by Addictions
  • Advise and influence relevant organisations and policy about the psychology of people affected by Addiction issues.
  • Liaise with other professional bodies with similar professional interests
  • Act as a source of expertise to the DCP on matters relating to Addiction

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Joining Society membership announcement emails lists is an automatic process and linked via your membership record. For example, if you are a DCP Faculty of Addictions member in Northern Ireland, in this instance you would be assigned to the DCP Faculty of Addictions and BPS Northern Ireland Branch membership announcement lists too. However, you will need to opt-in if you are not already receiving these emails

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