Depression

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Depression has been called a "we-disease" because when the dark clouds arrive, it's not just the depressed person who is affected, but all those close to them.

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The difference between normal and traumatic grief and suggestions for appropriate interventions

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09:30 Registration/Tea and Coffee
10:00 Workshop starts (there will be a break for lunch)
16:30 Workshop ends

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Develop competence as psychologists working with refugee and asylum seeking people and where appropriate communities

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Understand concepts of mindfulness and programmes to develop mindfulness in schools

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09:30 Registration/Tea and Coffee
10:00 Workshop starts (there will be a break for lunch)
16:30 Workshop ends

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Public and industry attention has been forced to focus on the psychological wellbeing of pilots and a lack of clinical psychological skill in aviation.

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How systematically practicing recovering memories can help alleviate symptoms of depression is one of the topics featured in a new series of BPS audio interviews with prominent psychologists.

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New research has shown an alarming rise in the use of anti-depressant drugs among children says the World Health Organisation (WHO).

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Explore and experience the process of enhancing existing and developing new ways of relating to ourselves

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Unfortunately this workshop is now cancelled. 

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This two-day introductory workshop provides a solid introduction to Emotion-focused Therapy. Day 1 introduces emotion theory, assessment and research, and a framework for intervention.

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An opportunity for practitioners to revise, update and enhance their MI communication style to motivate and increase confidence in health behaviour change.

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The workshop is an intensive one day ‘how to do CBT for OCD’ focused workshop in the use of CBT strategies for Primarily Obsessional ‘Pure O’ subtypes of OCD, with particular focus on those clients presenting with horrific, unwanted and intrusive

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Find out why suicide is more prevalent in men and to learn how you can improve male help-seeking make your therapy more male-friendly

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This workshop covers essential aspects of diagnosis and assessment of psychological trauma.

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Consider broader influences on wellbeing and what this means for best-practice

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Professor LInda Gask has recently published a memoir of living with recurrent depression.

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Individual psychology does not map automatically onto work with groups or teams: what else do you need to be an effective team practitioner?

Working with teams requires a subtle blend of skills and theoretical understanding.

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Improve your understanding of Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP) and how to apply its concepts in clinical practice.

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Use client/participant biometric phone apps to collect/email data to you, for naturalistic data in daily life contexts for research/therapy.

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This two day workshop bridges the gap between research & practice. Really practical content in trauma focused CBT underpinned with relational values.

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1 March 2016

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Working together to unlock the unconscious: An introduction to theory and technique in Intensive Short Term Dynamic Psychotherapy

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This workshop is an introduction to traumatic stress, examining trauma from evolutionary, historical and symptoms perspectives.

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Professor Shirley Reynolds CPsychol, from the University of Reading, took part in a discussion regarding the modern pressures teenagers face and the effects on their mental health in Radio 4’s All in the Mind last night.

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The British Psychological Society is sponsoring three sessions at the Cheltenham Literature Festival as part of our work to bring insights from evidence-based science to a wider public.

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The need to be constantly available and respond 24/7 on social media accounts can cause depression, anxiety and decrease sleep quality for teenagers says a study presented at a British Psychological Society conference in Manchester.

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