Mental Health

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This workshop is an introduction to using personal construct psychology (PCP) to elicit, explore, understand and explain the views of children and young people.

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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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Understanding traumatic loss existentially and using phenomenology in clinical practice to work therapeutically with traumatically bereaved clients.

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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 the impact of child sexual abuse on physical and mental health and the usefulness of psychological interventions to alleviate distress

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Learn about current research, best practise and innovations to support children with brain injury

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Effectively identify the unspoken relevance of culture and diversity in recognition of suggestions within your practice

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A free BPS public seminar exploring the management of mentally ill prisoners during the 19th Century in England will be held this evening (Monday 25 January) in London from 6-7:30pm.

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Further your knowledge and skills in trauma practice with cutting edge developments and insights from neuroscience research.

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

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A paper published in the British Journal of Psychology has been chosen as one of the six most interesting psychology papers of 2015 by The New Yorker.

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Today’s proposal by the Law Commission to include psychologists in wider tests to assess defendants’ mental fitness when facing criminal charges has been welcomed by BPS President Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes.

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This is a joint post from Professor Peter Kinderman, President Elect, and Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes

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The President of the British Psychological Society says he was encouraged by yesterday’s announcement of more investment in mental health services.

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More than half of prison officers feel pressure to go into work while unwell, with serious implications for their health and the safe running of prisons says research presented today at  the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology annual

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Research presented at the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology's annual conference later this week suggests that it’s not just the volume of emails that causes stress; it’s our well-intentioned habits and our need to feel in control that backfires on us.

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Sir Cary Cooper, a BPS Honorary Fellow, has been elected as the new president of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).

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Nominations are open for the 2016 BBC Radio 4 All in the Mind Awards that recognise the work and achievements of people helping those with mental health difficulties.

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The BPS welcomes a debate this week (9 December) in the House of Commons calling for the Government do more to meet its commitment to parity of esteem between mental and physical health.

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Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes, the President of the British Psychological Society, has welcomed the announcement of a multi-million pound joint mental health pilot scheme for hundreds of schools by Education Secretary Nicky Morgan and NHS England.

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The first history of the profession of clinical psychology in Britain is being launched today at a London conference.

Clinical Psychology in Britain: Historical Perspectives’ is edited by John Hall, David Pilgrim and Graham Turpin, and published by the BPS History of Psychology Centre.

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