Professional Development

People feeling themselves getting angry should try to 'self-distance' themselves from the situation in order to quell their aggression.
HMRC has developed a series of ‘toolkits’ designed to help you understand and meet your tax obligations. to stay on top of your legal responsibilities you’ll need good record keeping and a clear understanding of the current regulations.
After delivering a successful programme of CPD events in 2011, the Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology (DSEP) are pleased to provide four workshops whi
This free event offers an exciting opportunity to discuss some of the key issues and themes relating to the standards, including the important challenge of implementation.
This workshop will run over two days. Day 1 will focus on an overview of MI, Brief Negotiation and behaviour change, the relational and technical aspects of MI, opening strategies for consultations and exploring ambivalence.
Many trainees and practitioners seem reluctant to get too involved in the teaching of fundamental coping skills in Psychology.
The relaunch of our EuroPsy process has arrived!
Better education could be linked to improved health, a new study has suggested.
Older people have greater life satisfaction than their younger counterparts.
Coaching can make a profound contribution to people, freeing them up to bring their intentions into their work and wider life with dignity, humanity and skilfulness.
This workshop aims to provide ongoing support for those working as supervisors through an ongoing, open, development forum and delegates are encouraged to bring their own agendas for further exploration and consideration in pairs and groups.
The CPD Approval Scheme is the Society’s model of approving programmes or events (including workshops, lectures, symposia and conferences), that meet our standards.
Packed with over 75 events, workshops and e-learning modules, the directory provides a snapshot of what is on offer from the BPS Learning Centre. The Centre’s website is constantly updated with new events, including many of interest to occupational psychologists and coaching psychologists.
The Forensic Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (F-CAMHS) Network, in conjunction with the British Psychological Society and the Royal College of Psychiatrists, is pleased to announce the inaugural F-CAMHS Network conference.
The Register of Coaching Psychologists provides a means for Society Members who have specialist expertise in the field of Coaching Psychology to achieve recognition of their expertise and to differentiate their services.
As part of the Society's ongoing commitment to enhance the benefits of membership
We are very sorry that, due to unforeseen circumstances, we have to postpone the David Drake workshop which was to have been held on 31st May.  As soon as we have further information on an alternative date for this workshop we shall let you k
This workshop will appeal to those already working in private practice who wish to gain more advanced insights and skills relating to practice, as well as trainees and those who aim to set up in private practice.
The use of qualitative methods in health psychology research has grown enormously in recent decades.
Research indicates that OCD can be as damaging to a person’s quality of life as schizophrenia. Furthermore, approximately 40-60% of people with OCD do not or only partially respond to initial treatments.
This workshop will include an overview of IPV exploring assumptions, (active participant involvement in applying material to clients) and an introduction to current challenges deriving from theoretical developments.
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