East Midlands

The application of science and creativity to improve the lives of children, young people and their families is the theme for the BPS Division of Clinical Psychology’s CYPF 2014 annual conference taking place from the 30 September to 1 October in Peterborough.
Suspects of crime could be given away by their eyes, new research suggests.
The extent to which environmental factors influence how people subconsciously select a partner has been highlighted as part of a new study.
Overview: The morning session will be an opportunity to hear about recent research undertaken within local services, mostly trainee projects or service evaluations. Further projects will be displayed as posters. 
CPD Workshop including the Pre-Qualification Group AGMby Steve KillickTime:Registration will commence from 9.30am, closing no later than 4.30pmLunch: 2.30-13.3
18th annual conference of the Transpersonal Section of the BPSFrom being topics at the margins of psychology fifteen years ago, meditation and mindfulness have spectacularly entered the mainstream over recent years.
Patients in Rampton Hospital, a secure psychiatric unit in Nottinghamshire, have reported that the single most important factor affecting their recovery was the support and commitment of their therapist.
Anticipation is building ahead of the British Psychological Society's annual conference, which takes place from tomorrow (7 May) until 9 May at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham.
The Psychology of Education Section of the British Psychological Society is delighted to announce the 2014 Annual Conference at Kents Hill Park Conference Centre, Milton Keynes from 7th to 9th November. The conference programme includes ke
Research presented at the 2012 Annual Conference of our Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) has been quoted in a new cross-party report.
Counselling psychologist Annette Greenwood and her team from St Andrew's Healthcare, Northampton, were shortlisted in the Excellence in Supporting Staff Health and Wellbeing at this year’s Nursing Times Awards. Our photograph shows her meeting the Prince of Wales at the award ceremony on 30 October.
Phil Banyard, who is Reader in Psychology at Nottingham Trent University, has won the Psychology Education Board’s Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology Education for this year.
A new sculpture commissioned to mark the opening of the Institute of Mental Health building on the University of Nottingham’s Jubilee Campus, is to be unveiled today.
This workshop will provide ways of working with complex trauma, dissociation and the body.  Timetable 09:00 Registration/Tea and Coffee 09:30 Workshop starts (there will be a break for lunch) 16:30 Wor
A new sculpture designed to provide daily inspiration to both patients and staff has arrived at the Institute of Mental Health in Nottingham.
The correlation between childhood trauma & increased risk of psychosis in adult life has been well documented (eg Read et al, 2005; Varese et al, 2012).
The Society's new accreditation through partnership process received high praise from the University of Derby this week after confirming ongoing accreditation for their online MSc Health Psychology course.
This event is fully booked.
This week Nottingham Trent University will host the Interactive Technologies and Games Conference which will bring together academics and practitioners working with interactive technologies to explore and innovate within the areas of education, health and disability.
A specialist research team at the University of Leicester has launched a new study of hate crime.
Life happens for better and for worse. The workshop is designed to make the combination of psychological concepts and mindfulness work as accessible as possible to a mainstream audience.
As Olympic athletes make their final preparations for the biggest sporting competition of their lives, sport and performance psychologists at Loughborough University have published research that can help them overcome and even thrive on the pressu
Psychotherapists from across the UK, and even from as far as Australia, travelled to the University of Derby on 18 May for a master class on cognitive behavioural psychotherapy from Dr Christine Padesky.
The Future of Clinical Psychology: BPS, HPC, IAPT - Where do we fit? Programme Conference programme available to download.
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