Northern Ireland

Often Clinical and Educational Psychology work alongside each other, this workshop wishes to explore and promote the value of working together.
The 2015 Annual Conference is being supported by the local branches of the Divisions of Clinical, Health, Occupational and Forensic Psychology who will each have one day or half day programmes within the conference.
The Northern Ireland Branch of The British Psychological Society and The School of Psychology, Queen’s University Belfast are delighted to announce a free Public Lecture to mark World Mental Health Day.
This event is generously supported by the School of Psychology, Queen's University Belfast
A half-day conference on understanding and managing psychological trauma is taking place at the University of Ulster, Coleraine, this week (Monday 1 September).
We are delighted to host this year’s Group of Trainers Conference in Belfast. We hope you enjoy our city and we are delighted to have an opportunity to show it to our colleagues.
The Northern Ireland Branches of The Divisions of Forensic Psychology and Clinical Psychology are pleased to announce a free member event for members of both Divisions.
A one-day intensive training programme for Allied Health Professionals which equips them with the necessary knowledge and skills to create clinical records and reports that adhere to best practice standards, and that will stand up to legal scrutin
This event is part of the Belfast Science Festival and co hosted by the Psychology Depts at University of Ulster and Queen's University Belfast and The British Psychological Society Northern Ireland Branch At “I’m a Psychologist Get Me Out
This event is part of the Belfast Science Festival and co hosted by the Psychology Depts at University of Ulster and Queen's University Belfast and The British Psychological Society Northern Ireland Branch At “I’m a Psychologist Ge
The North West Hub of the Northern Ireland Branch of the British Psychological Society (NIBPS) and The Division of Forensic Psychology Northern Ireland Branch (DFPNI) together with The Sch
Seminar Series 03/14The Division of Forensic Psychology Northern Ireland is delighted to join with the School of Psychology at Queen’s University Belfast to host the following Seminar which is free to attend.
An alarming number of young people in Northern Ireland could be suffering with mental health issues in silence, a new report has suggested.
The challenges faced by teachers trying to cope with the consequences of cyberbullying in the classroom will be discussed today in a free public session as part of the British Psychological Society’s Northern Ireland branch annual conference.
The Northern Ireland Branch of the British Psychological Society has voiced concern at how eating disorders services have been organised and delivered in Northern Ireland.
This two-day workshop (4 April and 16 May 2014) course is aimed at Clinical Psychologists who increasingly find themselves called upon to operate in a widening range of group settings. To complete the workshop, attendance is required on bo
Timetable 09:30 registration and refreshments10:00 Start12:30 – 13:00 lunch (provided)16:30 finish Details For more information and full programme details, please see the
For full details about this event and to book please visit the event website.
Welcome to the Northern Ireland Branch of the British Psychological Society. You will able to find all the latest information for Northern Ireland.
A parliamentary debate on access to psychological therapies took place in Westminster Hall this morning. It was called by James Morris, Conservative MP for Halesowen and Rowley Regis and the new chair of the all-party parliamentary group on mental health.
An event at the Stormont Parliament Buildings on the 24 September showcased how psychology and psychologists can assist members of the Northern Ireland Assembly in their work.
The LIFEMATTERS HP-V program is a set of tools to help healthcare professionals in training and in practice learn how to enhance wellbeing and self-care.  Details Provisional timetable
Around 289 people in Northern Ireland take their own lives each year, and men from low socio-economic backgrounds living in deprived areas can be up to ten times more likely to die by suicide than men from high socio-economic backgrounds living in
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