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Public Sector austerity cuts and the work life balance agenda: under threat or a burning platform for change? In recent years public sector organizations have led the way in successfully implementing work-life balance policies and other of
The Division of Clinical Psychology Pre-Qualification Group present this introduction to the science of compassion as chosen by its membership in our recent poll.
The third annual history of psychology symposium.  This event is fully booked. 
When it comes to work-life balance, cutting edge employers are beginning to understand the limitations of a "one size fits all" approach.
This event has been cancelled.  A multi-perspective approach to understanding the experiences of minority trainees. 
A summary of evidence and recommendations for improvement have been published after an All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on dementia services looked into the support currently given to people living with dementia from minority ethnic groups in
The aim of this event is to provide participants with a greater understanding of the critical factors at work in the coaching relationship process which may contribute to the quality of the coaching intervention. Founded in research eviden
The workshop will outline a methodology for safe therapeutic practice and will explore the intergenerational effects of living with fear on developmental processes across the lifespan.
The day will cover an introduction to quantitative research methods and explore the practicalities of conducting quantitative research. The session will focus on a review of different quantitative analysis methods, for example, t-tests, ANOVA
Society Fellow Dr Peter McParlin will speak at a free seminar in London regarding the issues facing children and young people in and leaving care who are also in the justice system.
New research published in the Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, concludes that the term ‘panic’ should not be used to describe behaviour in emergencies.
This event is designed for Psychologists and other Healthcare Professionals who want to increase their confidence in discussing sex with clients, the day will be led by active clinicians and researchers.  
The BPS DoN is delighted to announce the second Annual Conference scheduled for Friday 15th November, 2013 at Bloomsbury Holiday Inn, London. The theme of the conference is: The rise and rise of neuropsychology.
The morning offers a fast-moving interactive session about good practice guidelines to help professionals identify and appropriately respond to all victims of domestic violence.
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED!!!! If you would like to receive information about next year's Graduate Event, please
This CPD event gives psychologists working with children and young people with learning disabilities, the opportunity to update existing/emerging evidence for key areas of service delivery.
In ethnically diverse areas such as major cities, cross-ethnic friendships are more common than same-ethnic ones.
In this workshop we will be putting the case for a neuroscience approach to coaching and specifically how it helps with engagement.
  Our vision for the DOP Annual Conference is to be the UK conference of choice for Occupational-Organisational-Business-Work-I/O Psychologists.
This practical workshop introduces a career coaching approach and a selection of tools to develop the confidence of participants to work with coachees on career development issues. This workshop will include:
This workshop will cover understanding trauma, including defining trauma and the neurology and psychology of trauma and trauma and domestic violence, including trauima and victimisation, trauma and perpetration and working with traumatised individ
All of us have roles in teams that we enact whilst we seek to help people. Mostly our ability to help is okay, but there are a number of unhelpful roles that we can get invited into, despite our best intentions.
Members of our Division of Clinical Psychology’s Faculty of the Psychology of Older People (PSIGE) will speak on issues about dementia at the Healthcare Innovation Expo in London this week (13 and 14 March).
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.
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