01 August 2017
The third annual Community Psychology Festival will be held at The Arnolfini in Bristol from 15-16 September this year.
Community psychology is a branch of applied psychology that highlights the detrimental effects of structural inequality and competitive individualism on mental health and wellbeing, with the festival being a friendly and accessible alternative to an academic conference.
Jointly hosted by UWE Bristol's Social Science Research Group and the British Psychological Society (BPS), the Community Psychology Festival will celebrate work by both psychologists and community organisations and showcase initiatives that fit with the community ethos and themes.
Following previous events in London and Manchester, the third annual Community Psychology Festival will be held at the Arnolfini in Bristol from 15-16 September under the theme "Falling apart, pulling together: Collaboration in times of division".
More information on the festival, as well as registration details, can be found on the event website.