London, Home counties and South East

How social and communication difficulties faced by children with autism may affect their development will be explored in the annual joint BPS/BA free lecture on Tuesday 23 September 2014 from 6pm to 7:15pm.
The development of psychology during the First World War will be discussed at the annual public 'Stories of Psychology' symposium organised by the British Psychological Society’s History of Psychology Centre (HOPC) at the University of London on Wednesday 8 October 2014.
Following the reviews of the events at Mid-Staffordshire NHSD Trust and Winterbourne View there have been substantial changes to the policy framework and governance arrangements for clinical psychologists and services for people with an intellectu
Please celebrate with us @ City Hall on the evening of
The BPS-supported exhibition, Mind Maps: Stories from Psychology, at the Science Museum has proved so popular that it has been extended to run until 26 October. The exhibition has been positively reviewed in both the New Statesman and Time Out London.
The Special Group for Psychology and Social Care has organised a Master Class on Working with Attachment and Trauma
Seminar to Coincide with UK National Work-Life Balance Week Friday 26 September 2014, 2pmBPS London
Psychosis & Complex Mental Health Faculty (PCMH) AGM Conference Building on last year’s successful gathering of allies, we are taking the process a step forward with an opportunity to engage with the challenge of embed
The symposia will review early interventions for trauma. There are to be six speakers all of whom have extensive experience of working with traumatised clients during the first three months following a traumatic exposure.
The Added Value of Clinical NeuropsychologyWe are delighted to welcome internationally recognised experts in neuropsychology to our third BPS Division of Neuropsychology (DoN) Annual Conference.
We are increasingly faced with people with complex difficulties entering our acute settings and being referred for psychological intervention.
The fourth annual history of psychology symposium This year's symposium is part of the British Psychological Society's planned
Parental alienation – a child’s unwarranted rejection of one parent and strong alignment with the other following high conflict family breakdown – leaves the alienated parent feeling powerless.  Despite recognition in recent high court judgem
When people become estranged from other members of their family, they may experience a loss that is akin to the experience of bereavement.
The Annual Conference of our Psychology of Women Section (POWS) opens today, Wednesday 9 July, at Cumberland Lodge in Windsor Great Park and runs until Friday.
Faculty of Psychosis & Complex Mental Health - Family Intervention Network event Extraordinary demands in ordinary services: Establishing Family Intervention fo
Faculty of Psychosis & Complex Mental Health - CMHT Network eventDeveloping Psychological Mindedness in MDTs (Part 2):Skills Development Workshop This event is suitable both for att
Psychology sessions are to feature at a top gaming conference in a bid to demonstrate how the discipline is becoming a big part of the industry.
Stuart will discuss his doctoral research findings about how an eight-week mindfulness training (MBSR/MBCT) impacted trainee psychologists personal and professional lives, using the qualitative methodology of Interpretative Phenomenological Analys
Changing Lives, Changing Worlds - Inspiring Collaborations
More adolescents are now self-harming because of the pressure they are under as a result of their modern lifestyles, according to a new report.
The Fourth UK Paediatric Neuropsychology Symposium, ‘Atypical Developmental Pathways’, will take place at the Institute for Child Health in London this week (19-23 May).
The Chartered Psychologist and broadcaster Professor Tanya Byron is to give a free public lecture during the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society's Division of Counselling Psychology. She will discuss how we can raise happy and emotionally resilient children despite the pressures of 21st-century life.
An online resource has been developed by King's College London as part of an effort to improve mental health among university students.
Psychologists are working with Hertfordshire County Council's public health department in an effort to help people be happier and healthier.
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