London, Home counties and South East

This workshop evolved to provide ongoing support for those working as supervisors by providing an open, peer group development forum. Delegates bring their own agendas for further exploration in supervision in groups.
This workshop covers an approach to one-to-one supervision and a method for peer group supervision.
This workshop reminds us of how supervisors and supervisees develop and how our approach to supervision should be adapted accordingly. The responsibilities of the supervisor are defined.
This workshop reminds us of how supervisors and supervisees develop and how our approach to supervision should be adapted accordingly. The responsibilities of the supervisor are defined.
This workshop provides a comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of supervision and aims to facilitate exploration and understanding of what supervision can be. Timetable 09:30 Registration/Tea and Co
This workshop provides a comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of supervision and aims to facilitate exploration and understanding of what supervision can be. Timetable
This workshop evolved to provide ongoing support for those working as supervisors by providing an open, peer group development forum. Delegates bring their own agendas for further exploration in supervision in groups.
This workshop evolved to provide ongoing support for those working as supervisors by providing an open, peer group development forum. Delegates bring their own agendas for further exploration in supervision in groups.
This workshop covers an approach to one-to-one supervision and a method for peer group supervision.
This workshop covers an approach to one-to-one supervision and a method for peer group supervision.
This workshop reminds us of how supervisors and supervisees develop and how our approach to supervision should be adapted accordingly. The responsibilities of the supervisor are defined.
This workshop reminds us of how supervisors and supervisees develop and how our approach to supervision should be adapted accordingly. The responsibilities of the supervisor are defined.
This workshop provides a comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of supervision and aims to facilitate exploration and understanding of what supervision can be. Timetable 09:30 Registration/Tea and Co
This workshop provides a comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of supervision and aims to facilitate exploration and understanding of what supervision can be. Timetable 09:30 Registration/Tea and Co
This workshop evolved to provide ongoing support for those working as supervisors by providing an open, peer group development forum. Delegates bring their own agendas for further exploration in supervision in groups.
This workshop covers an approach to one-to-one supervision and a method for peer group supervision.
This workshop reminds us of how supervisors and supervisees develop and how our approach to supervision should be adapted accordingly. The responsibilities of the supervisor are defined.
This workshop provides a comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of supervision and aims to facilitate exploration and understanding of what supervision can be. Timetable 09:30 Registration/Tea and Co
This workshop evolved to provide ongoing support for those working as supervisors by providing an open, peer group development forum. Delegates bring their own agendas for further exploration in supervision in groups.
This workshop covers an approach to one-to-one supervision and a method for peer group supervision.
Current research and practice in the psychological and psychosocial aspects of dementia and dementia care are the focus of a free British Psychological Society event in London today.
This evening, at a Society-sponsored event at The Royal Institution (RI) in London, Claudia Hammond will chair an expert panel to discuss the origins of, and issues relating to, sexism and inequality in British society.
Mental health and neuroscience researchers have been invited to an upcoming event focusing on the ways in which the media works when presenting science.
‘The computer in the cave’, to be discussed by Dr Nick Lambert from Birkbeck, University of London, is just one of the subjects in the programme for a symposium on Psychology and the Arts in London today. The event is being organised by our History of Psychology Centre (HOPC).
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