Northeast England

A new way of presenting research findings is proving popular at the annual conference of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Healt
Workshop Summary The DCP Leadership and Management Faculty needs your help.  There is a need to articulate the requirements for safe and effective psychological assessment and interventions
This year's conference theme is "Health and Well-being in the 21st Century: Towards 2050." The conference team is delighted to announce that the programme will include three internationally recognised keynote speakers: Professor Vicki Bruc
As Yorkshire awaits the start of the Tour de France, a psychologist is to give a public talk on the psychology behind the event in York on Tuesday 1 July.
Dr Stephanie Petty from the Retreat in York has received the inaugural Una Holden Award at the annual conference of our Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (FPOP) in Shrewsbury today.
Opening introduction by Dr Richard Mallows, Society President (2013–14)Every July, the world’s best road cyclists take part in Le Tour de France – the pinnacle of the road cycling cal
This mini-conference provides a forum for exploring some of the principles applied psychologists might consider if they are to become effective agents of social change. Prof.
Welcome to The North East of England Branch. We are a relatively new Branch of the Society, and we hope that you will be enthusiastic in attending events and making this an active and vibrant Branch.
This workshop will provide ways of working with complex trauma, dissociation and the body. 
New unemployment figures could provide a light at the end of the tunnel for UK workers who have feared for their jobs during the economic downturn.
Two experts on psychology and parenting are giving free public lectures during our Division of Clinical Psychology’s Annual Conference in York. Both lectures take place at the Royal York Hotel, next to the city's railway station.
Professor Tanya Byron, clinical psychologist and TV presenter, is the next castaway on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs. You can hear her talk about her life and choose eight records at 11:15 on Sunday 27 October.
Professor Tanya Byron, well known for presenting television shows including 'The House of Tiny Tearaways', 'Am I Normal?' and 'Bedtime Live', is to give a free public lecture in York in December as part of the Annual Conference of our Division of Clinical Psychology (DCP).
The concepts of cognitive psychology can be fruitfully applied to real-world problems, but government must recognise that research takes time and is likely to spread across many different institutions.
Athletes may be attentive, put in more effort and be persistent in their actions should they hear positive information about the reputation of their coach.
The Division of Health Psychology are plea
A co-author of the British Journal of Psychology’s most cited paper has won the Society’s Lifetime Achievement Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychological Knowledge for 2013.
Dr Richard Mallows is the new Society President for 2013-4 following our Annual General Meeting which took place on 14 June 2013.
An opportunity for clinical psychologists, especially those working in settings where there are no specialist neuropsychologists, to update their practice and increase skills in undertaking cognit
Three experts are taking part in a discussion on obesity at our Annual Conference next week.
The different affects dancing has on our minds and bodies will be explored in our free open lecture in Harrogate on Tuesday 9 April (6-7pm). Presenting 'Dance Psychology: Health, thinking and Hormones' is the energetic and entertaining Dr Peter Lovatt (aka Dr Dance).
The day will provide an introduction to working with the body within a talking therapy. It develops ideas that are based on the new understanding of the neurobiological substrates of trauma reactions and uses mindfulness as a tool.
Harrogate is the happiest place place to live in Britain, new research has suggested.
The theme for the conference is "Enhancing Experiences of Learning and Teaching".
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