London, Home counties and South East

This workshop introduces practical approaches to child therapy and focuses primarily on issues pertaining to the therapeutic relationship and the application of therapeutic skills and techniques.
This workshop explores the research on positive psychology and the parameters of authentic wellbeing. These are summarised by the acronym PERMA - Positive emotions, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning and Achievement.
This is the second 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/
This workshop focuses on the challenges childhood and parental illness poses to children, parents and couples, outlining ways of intervening at times of difficulty.
This workshop will appeal to those already working in private practice who wish to gain more advanced insights and skills relating to practice, as well as trainees and those who aim to set up in private practice.
This workshop focuses on the importance of expert witness testimony. Presenting evidence in court is the culmination of the work carried out in your role as an expert witness.
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 makes the link between factors that promote resilience in young people and the development of pro-social behaviour. Provisional timetable09:30 Registration/Tea and Coffee
The use of qualitative methods in psychology research has grown enormously in recent decades.
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.
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
Coaching can make a profound contribution to people, freeing them up to bring their intentions into their work and wider life with dignity, humanity and skilfulness.
Story telling is such a natural part of our culture and school activity that stories can be used in a very natural way, helping the child feel less pathologised.
Defining good supervision and how it works has been a challenge for psychologists.
Unfortunately this event is cancelled. This workshop aims to provide the participants with the knowledge needed to become a reliable and sought after expert witness in the family courts.
This workshop will explore the current and developing roles of the educational and clinical psychology working within a particular Youth Offending Team.  Provisional timetable
This event is fully booked. The aim of this workshop is to provide attendees with a basic understanding of mindfulness and to explore ways in which it might be useful in areas of applied health psychology.
Over 100,000 people in the UK experience a stroke each year. Physical problems after stroke can include inability to walk, and to wash and dress independently.
The workshop will help occupational psychology practitioners to gain a better understanding of common mental health problems and their impact on the workplace.
This is the third 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
Unfortunately this event is cancelled. This workshop aims to provide the participants with the knowledge needed to become a reliable and sought after expert witness in the civil courts.
The aim of this workshop is to increase professionals’ confidence and awareness of working with suicidal patients.
Unfortunatley this event is now cancelled. This workshop offers continuing professional development to improve the skills of Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs) in the nationwide IAPT service.
This is the fourth 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/
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