Professional Development

This two day seminar will introduce Leigh McCullough’s integrative psychodynamic model of psychotherapy (the ‘Affect Phobia’ model of short-term dynamic psychotherapy).
This participative, leading-edge workshop is for psychologists, leaders and change agents who are seeking to create sustainable change in a constantly shifting and unpredictable environment.
In organisations people spend up to 80% of their time in conversation. 'Talk' is our key action tool - and often a neglected discipline.
Growing numbers of psychologists and therapists work in private practice either as an adjunct to their other clinical jobs or as their primary professional concern.
This is the first workshop of a comprehensive four-day workshop programme.
This workshop will explore the issues in the area of psychometric testing, particularly around the social construction of tests and their use as an aid to diagnosis.
This skill-based workshop is based on the structural and relational framework to capture organisational culture and behaviour.
This workshop will explore the issues around the use of ability tests and focus on giving a practical training in their use with clients in clinical settings. The meaning of results obtained and their reliability will be discussed.
The day will cover an introduction to methods of quantitative analysis. The session will include a discussion of some of the pragmatics and practicalities of conducting quantitative research and analysis.
This two-part training provides a comprehensive overview to the theory and practice of supervision for supervisors and supervisees. This training is specifically for psychologists engaged in psychotherapeutic work.
This is the first workshop of a comprehensive four day programme.
This workshop follows on from Dr Andrew Harkin’s 12 April workshop on the central role of the body in trauma treatment.
This is the second of a comprehensive 4-day supervision programme and covers various aspects of the theory and practice of supervision, including the stages of the supervision process, supervisor/supervisee development, contracting, feedback and e
This is the third workshop of a comprehensive 4-day Supervision programme. This workshop covers a selection of models of Supervision and provides opportunities to consolidate and further extend learning and application.
The Society offers a Qualification in Sport & Exercise Psychology Stage 2 Completing this qualification gives you the necessary post-graduate training to achieve the Society’s Chartered Status and be eligible to apply for registration
Qualification in Occupational Psychology (QOP (Stage 2)) The Society’s Qualification in Occupational Psychology is called QOP (Stage 2).
The Society offers a Qualification in Health Psychology Stage 2 (QHP Stage 2).
The Society currently offers the Qualification in Forensic Psychology (Stage 2).  The Qualification consists of two years’ full-time supervised practice (or part-time equivalent).
The Society offers the Qualification in Counselling Psychology (QCoP) If you want to practice as a Counselling Psychologist in the U.K. this is one of the main routes.
The Society offers the Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology (QiCN) which confers eligibility for entry onto the Society's Specialist Register of Clinical Neuropsychologists. If you want to work as a Clinical Neuropsychologist this qua
This workshop aims to enable psychologists to understand the important ethical, business and professional issues associated with becoming or already being an expert witness.
Members are invited to nominate for this award in recognition of the contribution of a psychologist or psychologists engaged in communicating high quality research or the legacy and/or impact of the discipline to the general public
The Society makes a number of awards available each year to recognise excellence in research, practice teaching and educa
What are the benefits of being on the Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPPS)? Being on the Register confirms that you have supervisory skills.
Looking for a supervisor? The Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPPS) is designed to recognise psychologists with special expertise in supervision.
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