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Trauma, eating and weight
30/05/2017

Equality is the best Therapy: Why psychologists are talking about Austerity
01/06/2017

The role of clinical Psychology within National Service Developments: dealing with complexity and risk in the effective delivery of perinatal psychological services
07/06/2017

Psychometrics: Using and Interpreting Ability Measures with focus on the WAIS-IV
07/06/2017

Making a Difference in Society: real world issues and how psychology is making that difference
07/06/2017

The Future is Now: the Next Steps
08/06/2017

Prospection (future directed thinking), well-being and mental health
12/06/2017

Leading Psychology Services for Londoners
28/06/2017

Positive Behaviour Support and Working in Systems
29/06/2017

An introduction to sleep: Psychobehavioural assessment and treatment strategies for people with insomnia
03/07/2017

Advanced assessment and treatment opportunities for people with insomnia: Considerations for complex presentations and vulnerable client groups
04/07/2017

DCP East of England Annual Conference: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in Clinical Psychology
10/07/2017

The Faculty of Psychology of Older People (FPOP) 2017 Conference
12/07/2017

Understanding the Mental Health Act (1983) revised, and its relationship to the work of psychologists and others.
12/07/2017

Safeguarding: Understanding and responding to child sexual abuse and exploitation
08/09/2017

The psychology of inpatient care: Surviving, thriving and leading in institutional settings
15/09/2017

Using imagery to effect psychological change in clients with chronic, complex problems, with special reference to Schema Therapy
20/09/2017

Aviation Psychology: Clinical skills for working with air crew
21/09/2017

Working with complex couples: An introduction to PACT – A Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (2 day workshop)
29/09/2017

A Flavour of Psychology
11/10/2017

Co-productive relationships
18/10/2017

Exeter Psychology in the Pub: Do men and boys need help from psychologists?
25/10/2017

Psychological therapy for obesity: Using a cognitive behavioural approach to promote weight loss and manage relapse
09/11/2017

Neuropsychology 3: Normal, Abnormal and Assessment of Memory
17/11/2017