Scotland

The Scottish committee for the Division of Forensic Psychology (DFPS) are pleased to be able to offer a number of places on a one-day workshop ‘Working with Fire-setters’ held by the DFPS at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Hosted in Aberdeen's Nargile Mezeriye Restaurant, this early evening event is a chance to enjoy meeting other DOP members over a selection of Turkish cuisine in relaxing surroundings.
Closing the Gap - Educational Psychologists as Agents of Change
The University of Glasgow is hosting the 2015 PsyPAG Conference from Wednesday 22 to Friday 24 July. PsyPAG – the Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group – is a national organisation for all psychology postgraduates based at UK Institutions.
This full-day CPD event will cover theory, treatment models and service delivery issues in the management of functional or medically unexplained neurological symptoms.
This event will be facilitated by Professor Marijn de Bruin and Professor Rob Ruiter.
The British Neuroscience Association’s (BNA’s) Festival of Neuroscience is taking place in Edinburgh this week. The BNA’s 50th Anniversary Lecture will be given by the 2014 Nobel Laureate Professor John O’Keefe.
A pre-qualification/FPOP CPD day on why older adult psychology is the future
The SDEP continued to thrive in 2014, with healthy membership numbers, enthusiastic executive and training committees and a range of successful activities throughout the year.
The Scottish Branch promotes the aims of the Society and its Members in Scotland.
The work of the DCP-S is organised around four areas:
Psychology undergraduates will be encouraged to look to their futures at the British Psychological Society’s Scottish Branch undergraduate conference at t
Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes, the President Elect of the British Psychological Society, is one of the speakers at our Scottish Branch’s annual Scientific Meeting in Stirling today.
Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes, the President Elect of the British Psychological Society, will be one of the speakers at our Scottish Branch’s annual scientific meeting in Stirling on 27 February.
The day is a combined event supported by the Scottish Branch, Division of Occupational Psychology, Division of Counselling Psychology Scotland and the Special Group of Independent Practitioners.
Having a strong identification with a social group, such as a choir or a sports club, can help protect you against mental illness.
Three free public events on psychology are being held during our Division of Clinical Psychology’s Annual Conference in Glasgow next week. The conference takes place at t he Raddison Blu Hotel, 301 Argyle Street, Glasgow.
An innovative partnership team working to improve the lives of older people across North Lanarkshire has won a national award.
A new edition of the ‘dictionary’ of mental illnesses was published last year, DSM 5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association, fifth edition).
This workshop is over 2 days separated by 6 months. This is the second day and it will build on the content presented on the first day.
An opportunity for Clinical and Educational Psychologists working with children to update their practice and increase skills in undertaking cognitive assessment of children and young people.
The fostering of compassion in psychotherapy, healthcare and society in general has become a major area of interest in the last few years.
The underrepresentation of women in professions such as surgery and in leadership roles will be under discussion at the Annual Conference of
The British Psychological Society Scottish Branch and the School of Psychological Sciences and Health looks forward to welcoming you to the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow for this event on Saturday 21 March 2015.
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