Northwest England

DCP Faculty for Oncology and Palliative Care (SIGOPAC): AGM and Annual Conference 2015 "NICE Guidance Ten Years On: Where are we up to?"
Psychology in the Pub event Speaker: Dr Clare Allely
In this event, several topics concerning early intervention and assessment of parent-child relationships will be discussed.
An informal networking event for Psychologists in the North WestCome and join us for networking with psychologists from the North West and beyond, and listen to our special guest speaker Professor Geoff Beattie.
Our 2015 Annual General Meeting will take place during the Society’s Annual Conference. It will take place at the Arena and Convention Centre, Liverpool, at 3.20pm on Wednesday 6 May 2015. The AGM is the overarching body of the British Psychological Society.
Registration is open for the British Psychological Society’s 2015 Annual Conference being held in Liverpool (5-7 May). Book before 17 March 2015 to take advantage of our early-bird rates.
Psychs in the City Psychological well-being at work: Live longer and perform better
Submissions are now open for the Society’s 2015 Supervision Conference being held on the 7 May in Liverpool.
The workshop will explore approaches to parenting in different cultures. It will examine how parenting is affected by contextual variables and wider cultural values.
Children and Young People's Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (CYP-IAPT) is a new service transformation programme delivered by NHS England that aims to improve and transform existing community Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services
The North West of England Branch of the British Psychological Society held its inaugural Forensic Psychology conference at the Manchester Conference Centre on Friday 17 October.
Psychology in the PubSpeaker Dr Emma Boyland, University of Liverpool
The workshop aims to focus on decision making in oncology and palliative care settings and will include clinical trials and decision making in risk reducing mastectomy assessment and eye surgery. The event will include presentations from a
Welcome to the website for our joint 2015 Annual Conference To be held on 9-11 September at The Palace Hotel, which is located in the heart of Manchester's city.
The aim of the day is to promote education, awareness and discussion around the provision of psychology services in the North West amidst a changing political and economic backdrop. This will be facilitated by presentations and workshops.
The workshop is a ‘how to do trauma focused CBT’ and draws on the clinical models of Ehlers and Clark, and theoretical models of Brewin et. al.
This is the inaugural Forensic Psychology conference run by the BPS North West of England Branch.
The final programme in the Psychology FM series will be broadcast tomorrow (14 May) by the Manchester radio station All FM at 11am. This series has charted the evolution of psychology while shedding light on its modern incarnations.
Wednesday (16 April) sees the latest programme in the Psychology FM series broadcast by the Manchester radio station All FM.
The DCP Pre-Qualification Group (PQG) surveyed all UK trainee clinical psychologists in 2012/13 and found that there was a call for more CPD training events regarding leadership to help equipt them for newly qualified roles.
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.
The fourth broadcast in the Psychology FM series, which looks at health psychology and sport and exercise psychology, will go out at 11am on Wednesday 19 March.
A new service based in the north-west town of Warrington is aimed at helping people who have experienced a stroke to deal with the psychological consequences.
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