Northern Ireland

To mark the 2015 World Mental Health Day the British Psychological Society is holding two free public lectures in Northern Ireland focusing on this year's theme of 'Dignity in Mental Health'. The events are organised by the BPS Northern Ireland branch.
Event information NIBPS and our North West Hub are adding a second Flavour of Psychology event to our programme for 2016 to support the All Ireland Student Congress which takes place at Ulster University Coleraine Campus from 8-10 April 20
Event information The All Ireland Psychology Careers Event is jointly hosted by NIBPS, PSI and the Universities in Ireland who provide undergraduate psychology courses. The event programme will be uploaded in January 2016 
Programme 11.45Registration12.00           Light Lunch12.30       
This workshop will include some PowerPoint presentation, but will incorporate group discussions and relevant sub-group exercises in order to facilitate learning. The workshop will cover:
Guest Speaker: Dr. Ruth Mann is an eminent forensic psychologist, working as Head of Evidence, in the Directorate of Commissioning and Contract Management in NOMS.
This is a joint event between NIBPS, its North West Hub and Ulster University to mark World Mental Health Day.
A DCP NI event facilitated by Psychosis and AMH SIGs from a training bursary granted by DCP NI to SIGs to celebrate 50 years of Clinical Psychology. **PLEASE NOTE This is a two day event and you must attend both days**
Event Details This event will comprise of two thirty-minute presentations followed by a panel discussion, tea and coffee, and an opportunity to visit stands hosted by local organisations and charities working in the area of mental health.
Timetable BPS Northern Ireland Branch AGM5pm – 5.30pm
Call for papers Call for Abstracts for Papers, Workshops and Posters - Submissions are now being accepted and the deadline is 23:59, Monday 30th November 2015.
You know that motivating your students, ensuring their best in exams and helping them relate their learning to real life can be a challenge.
Workshop Details 'Keeping it Human:  Exploring Challenges and Possibilities in Contemporary Mental Health and Social Care Practices' with Jim Wilson
**THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED** A joint event hosted by the North West Hub of NIBPS, the Division of Forensic Psychology NI Branch and the UK Psychological Trauma Society
The Child & LAC Sigs of DCPNI have been granted funding by DCPNI to run a free member event ‘Child Attachment Interview – An introduction to the administration of the interview’.  Places are limited to 30 and will be granted on a
Alternatives to psychiatric diagnosis, sport psychology and the Paralympics, and psychology in the First World War are among the subjects under discussion at the Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society’s Northern Ireland Branch.
Division of Clinical Psychology Northern Ireland Branch (DCP NI)are delighted to award the Physical Health SIG funding for this free workshop for members working in the area of Physical Health.  Places are awarded on a first come first served
To reduce the health problems caused by smoking, physical inactivity and unhealthy diets, we need behaviour change interventions that can reach large numbers of people at low cost.
Public lecture The Northern Ireland Branch of The British Psychological Society (NIBPS) together with School of Sport at Ulster University and Sport Northern Ireland are delighted to announce the following FREE PUBLIC LECTURE cele
The day will be facilitated by Kim Golding and she will focus on DDP skills practice, she will discuss the concepts of blocked care and blocked trust as well as offering live supervision.
This is the first in a series of events where psychologists will offer perspectives on:
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