London, Home counties and South East

Randomised controlled trials (RCTs) are one of the most elegant and powerful research tools available, yet it is increasingly recognised that the archetypal RCT is ill-equipped to evaluate ‘complex’ interventions.
The popular Cheltenham Science Festival is running from 4-9 June in Cheltenham’s Town Hall and Imperial Gardens.  The Festival, supported by the Society, has something for all ages and interests with interactive sessions and live demonstrations.
Definitions and context is now over 10 years old and has recently been subject of critical evaluation.
Our Social Psychology Section, in collaboration with the London School of Economics (LSE), is hosting an event to enable practitioners to discuss their specific researc
The events at Winterbourne view have yet again highlighted that poor practice did not end when the last enquiry concluded.
Unfortunatley this workshop is cancelled. This workshop examines the structure and function of the brain, the different types of dementia and strokes, and the disorders that may be confused with dementia and moves on
This event has been cancelled.  This workshop is about recognising depression in older people, being aware of any risks this presents, and mostly intervening in a constructive and helpful way. 
This event is fully booked. Resilience is about personal control over personal attitudes towards events that may threaten personal success and happiness.
Our partner organisation the British Neuroscience Association is holding their 2013 Festival of Neuroscience (BNA2013) at the Barbican Centre, London from the 7-10 April.
The joint conference of the British Psychological Society's Cognitive and Developmental Psychology Sections will take place in Reading.  CogDev2013 will bring in many of the leaders in cognitive and developmental psychology from the UK and Eu
A day with a variety of presentations covering some of the varied work of the Holistic Faculty. 
The award-winning American health journalist Robert Whitaker is speaking tonight (6-8 p.m) at a free public lecture on “The Case Against Neuroleptics: What history and science reveal about the long-term efficacy of antipsychotics for schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders’ as part of the Division of Clinical Psychology's annual conference being held in Oxford this week.
20 February 2013 Theme: Formulation and Beyond:  Clinical Psychology in inpatient CAMHS
This workshop has been cancelled This participatory workshop is intended for experienced psychologists, who lead, manage, supervise and coach, to consider complex issues brought about through gender-relations across organi
This event is fully booked.  This workshop offers an introduction to externalisation, a way of creating separation between the person and the ‘problem’, and provide an approach to structuring conversations, which connect people with w
Organisations are networks of conversations. Conversations are not only a tool for communicating change, they are the very medium through which change occurs. Changing the way people talk and listen to each other changes the way people act.
This workshop aims to provide the participants with the knowledge needed to become a reliable and sought after expert witness in the civil courts. Unfortunately this event is cancelled
The conference will be of interest to aspiring, trainee and qualified clinical psychologists and consultant clinical psychologists as the theme is on leadership opportunities and challenges for clinical psychologists over the next decade. 
This lunchtime seminar will explore the variety of ways in which Occupational Psychologists contribute to the area of health, work and well-being.
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.
This is the first of a series of four workshops to facilitate supervisors, or would-be supervisors, to develop, reflect on and refine their own personal practice, tailored to their approach, the context in which they work, and their client group/s
This workshop aims to develop knowledge and practice in the area of self-harm and suicidal behaviour in forensic settings.
This workshop will strike a balance between the facilitators’ sharing their knowledge of working in the UK and Cambodia and encouraging participants to share and reflect upon their own practice.
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