The course will begin with an introduction to the science of sleep and then go on to described the various types of insomnia, backed up by use of case examples; before introducing a range of assessment and treatment options.
Leadership demands have changed enormously in recent years, reflecting the challenges faced by organisations in an increasingly turbulent world, with fewer resources than ever available to sustain performance.
This workshop provides an opportunity for practitioner psychologists to learn how to use the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI).
This two-day workshop will offer participants a firm foundation for working with PTSD using Trauma-Focused CBT, underpinned by a relational philosophy.
The aim of this workshop is to increase professionals’ confidence and awareness of working with suicidal patients.
Psychological and mental health services are currently going through a huge change agenda in order to survive. There are expectations for increased productivity as well as quality demonstrated by a wide ranging performance targets.
The workshop will provide candidates with the opportunity to challenge professional awareness through reflective practice.
New research published in the journal PLoS ONE suggests that humanitarian workers could be at increased
Chronic stress may be linked to a greater risk of suffering a stroke, new research has suggested.
The LIFEMATTERS HP-V program is a set of tools to help healthcare professionals in training and in practice learn how to:
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a condition that can affect soldiers who have experienced war, but a new study has found working in such an environment may not be the decisive factor in developing the symptoms of PTSD.
New research published in the journal PLoS ONE suggests that men are more attracted to bigger women when they find themselves i
There is a link between stress and lower life expectancy, new research has suggested.
Many people feel stress when caring for relatives with conditions such as dementia, and yoga can play an important role in relieving that stress, new researc
Anger is often made worse by misguided folk wisdom that says it's a good idea to reflect on your feelings and vent them. In fact, past research has shown that ruminating and venting anger make it worse.
Policemen and women are at greater risk of experiencing mental health problems as a result of daily psychological stress than those pursuing other careers.
Stress felt by expectant mothers during pregnancy can have significant implications for the well-being of the child.
Many teachers are highly stressed at work, new research has suggested.
Stress is a primary factor behind increasing levels of long-term absence from the workplace in the UK.
Men could become more social when suffering from stress according to new research published in Psychological Science.
Athletes who have attended previous major international sports events will have experienced similar pressure, but outside the emotional cauldron of an Olympic stadium the pressure is hard to imagine and probably impossible to replicate.
Stress can serve as a trigger for symptoms of epilepsy, new research has suggested.
Times of recession see work-related stress levels rise significantly.
Having dogs in the workplace can serve to reduce stress levels among employees, new research has indicated. A study published in the International Journal of Workplace Health Management has found that job satisfaction goes up in businesses where dogs are allowed.
New funding has been announced for the Combat Stress helpline in a bid to help reduce stigma regarding mental health issues in the armed forces.
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