There is emerging emphasis on exploring the function of challenging behaviours, through greater use of theoretical models, as well as through the use of practical management strategies.
This workshop will explore current research and practice on sexual violence. It is designed to provide qualified and in training psychologists with insights into one of the most complex and challenging areas of forensic psychology.
Delegates will review theories of intelligence and their application in report writing. This will then lead to the consideration of alternative conceptual frameworks for intelligence viz.
Examining Models of Assessing Victims in Order to Treat Them Effectively
This workshop is designed to help continue to uphold and enhance our professional standards as psychologists (both qualified and in-training). Specifically this workshop aims to:
A good supervisory relationship (SR) is key to successful supervision, and this workshop will focus on how to develop and maintain a good SR, and will highlight various challenges to this process.
The day will comprise of an introduction to IPA including the theoretical underpinnings (phenomenology, hermeneutics and idiography), IPA in relation to other methods of qualitative analysis, and the type of research question that might be answere
The workshop will begin with informed consent and group guidelines, moving into a period of sustained, silent –guided – mindfulness practice.
This workshop is intended as a an introduction into ACT as a participant in the ACT therapeutic process working, live, with one’s own ‘psychological unsatisfactoriness’, ‘inflexibility’ – or ‘suffering’.
This interactive and practical workshop will help participants explore and hone their existing approaches to formulation.
We will consider the challenges we currently face in our work with people with learning disabilities, and seek to gain a better understanding of these challenges within a theoretical, ideological and historical context.
This workshop will involve sharing good practice regarding the provision of psychology services within the independent sector, with a focus on working as an expert witness.
The course will provide delgates with an understanding of the key issues to be considered in order to deliever safe and effective services.
This workshop will look at the nature of anxiety disorders in childhood and the assessment and diagnosis and treatment of these disorders through discussion and illustrative case studies.
This Workshop aims to help clinicians understand and manage some of the complexities of working clinically with self destructive clients and their impact on the functioning of staff teams who manage their care.
There are very significant sex differences in the prevalence of psychological disorders. Most strikingly, the ratio of male to female suicides is around 3:1 across most age groups in most countries of the world.
The workshop will demonstrate how insights and strategies from the field of positive psychology can enhance clinical work. Although the focus will be on work with adults, reflecting the clinical work of the facilitator, it is suggested
Learning a Living Local warmly invites you to attend an informal networking event for Occupational Psychologist practitioners.
Psychological testing is used in many walks of life to assess ability, personality and behaviour.
Handling the administrative side of private practice can raise many questions and be a daunting prospect for many of us. This event will consist of a short presentation on accountancy and bookkeeping principles and their relevance to tax retu
This workshop will introduce delegates to Hypnosis to be used as an adjunct with other therapies in occupational, clinical, educational, and sport and exercise contexts. Theoretical and practical overviews will be given.
The quality of British psychological research is very high, bettered only by research from the USA, and in many areas it is unsurpassed anywhere in the world.