Today over 135 healthcare professionals and politicians are discussing how to deliver compassionate healthcare within NHS Wales following the criticisms highlighted by the Francis and Trusted to Care reports.
Allwch chi ddod ar draws gwir gariad ar y Rhyngrwyd, o ddifrif?  ...A phethau eraill ynglŷn â rhamant ar-lein Dr Martin Graff, University of South Wales
A unique opportunity for Year 12/13/post 16 pupils to find out about the range of career opportunities and career paths within the field of psychology.  They will hear from experts working in such professions as:
Credau ac ymddygiad o ran y rhai yr effeithir arnynt gan salwch ac anabledd A Scientific & CPD Meeting organised by Welsh BranchCyfarfod Gwyddonol a DPP a drefnwyd gan Welsh Branch
Thursday 25 September 2014 Lecture Room 1 in the Postgraduate Building.
Tuesday 4 November 2014 SWALEC Arena, Cardiff, CF11 9XR This is a free event and open to all.
Overview Positive psychotherapy (PPT) is based on positive psychology and uses a range of interventions to promote positive wellbeing and resilience and to help people make full use of available personal, social and enviro
The conference will have a broad theme of exploring health in and beyond Wales, with a focus on how to take health-research out of isolated academic environments in order to engage the many different social and cultural groups in diverse communiti
The Faculty for People with Intellectual Disabilities – part of our Division of Clinical Psychology – is holding its annual continuing professional development event in Llandudno this week.
A rare opportunity to work with trainers with both personal and professional experience, awareness and skills in the understanding and treatment of complex trauma. Timetable 09:30 to 16:00 Details
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The Older People's Commissioner for Wales has said that some carers are at breaking point because of the stress of having to look after their loved ones with very little assistance from outside organisations.
Conference Themes Mindfulness-based approachesWorking with Systems and Organisations
“You could have cut my head off and it would have ‘British Army’ written through the rest of my neck –  you know, like Blackpool rock.”
Children who grow up in religious cults face diffiulties not only during their childhood, but also after leaving the group.
History, rugby and Welsh identity in the 21st century: will be discussed in a free public lecture in Cardiff.  Dr Victoria Galbraith will be speaking on “The pride and identity of the Red Dragon (Y Ddraig Goch): Suit of armour or double-edged sword?” at the Angel Hotel, Castle Street, Cardiff on Saturday 13 July 2013 at 12 noon.
Wales is to become the first country in the UK to adopt an organ donation opt-out system.
Due to unforseen circumstances this event has unfortunately been cancelled.  A rare opportunity to work with trainers with both personal and p
A rare opportunity to work with trainers with both personal and professional experience, awareness and skills in the understanding and treatment of complex trauma. Details Provisional timings 09:30-16:30
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 cognitive assessments of children and young people.
Gwenda Thomas, deputy minister for children and social services in the Welsh Government, has introduced a major new piece of legislation which, if passed, will see carers in Wales have their needs assessed as part of proposals designed to transfor
  Empowerment and the Human Spirit: Widening the Evidence Base Yn galluogi'r'n ddynol hysbryd: Yn lledu'r braw seilia The Division of Counselling Psycholo
The workshop will introduce participants to research and practice in team formulation, and will use examples and exercises to develop confidence and skills in this area.
This event is fully booked. 
The number of first-aiders specialising in dealing with mental health problems is on the rise, with those receiving training in Wales for such conditions reaching 10,000 this week alone.
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