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Many service personnel who have committed suicide did so because of traumatic experiences prior to their enlistment, according to a new study.
The Third Military Psychological Wellbeing Conference organised by the British Psychological Society's Wessex Branch takes place on 5 and 6 November 2014.
Are you interested in a career in psychology? Are you currently at college, sixth form or university?
Large parts of the country have been affected by flooding in recent weeks - and as well as the struggle to get back to normal after power outages and inundated properties, people involved are also likely to be feeling the trauma psychologically, e
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Details The Holistic Faculty of the DCP Conference 2014, Reconnecting to our compassion and resilience. Day 1: The Work that Reconnects.
The British Psychological Society's Wessex Branch is holding a Second Psychological Well-being Conference focusing on the topics ‘Military families’ and ‘Reservists’ today in Winchester.
Taking part in extended group recreation can lead to improved mental health for veterans, new research has sug
The course teaches the fundamentals of consultancy and being a consultant through a mixture of theory and practice.
Practice in therapy for the eating disorders has changed considerably since the publication of the NICE guideline in 2004.
The British Psychological Society's Wessex Branch is pleased to announce the 2nd Military Psychological Well-being Conference, focusing on the dual topics ‘Military Families' and ‘Reservists'.
This event is fully booked. Talent Management is not something typically taught in OP programmes, but many of its elements can be found in selection, development, and motivational theories and practices.
Professor Simon Wessely has been recognised for his determination in the field of science by becoming one of the first winners of the John Maddox Standing up for Science prize
The Psychology Society at the University of Kent is looking to use new funding to help it build on the success it enjoyed last year.
This one-day conference is an opportunity to share and develop understanding of key psychological applications and interventions that can be used to support the wellbeing of military personnel pre, during, and post deployment and for veterans ther
The BPS Wessex Branch, in collaboration with University of Chichester and University of Portsmouth, invites you to attend the forthcoming Sport and Exercise psychology conference. Timetable
As research and practice develop in the field we realise the importance of elements at the heart of mindfulness, including Intention and Presence, which enable effective practice.
Morning people are not only slimmer, but also happier and healthier.
Handling the administrative side of private practice can raise many questions and be a daunting prospect for many of us. This event will consist of a short presentation on accountancy and bookkeeping principles and their relevance to tax retu
The Wessex Branch Sussex Hub is running a full-day event in which international speaker and expert on the Treatment of Trauma, Dr Janina Fisher, will introduce a new conceptual model for understanding and working with post-traumatic symptoms to en
This two day seminar will introduce Leigh McCullough’s integrative psychodynamic model of psychotherapy (the ‘Affect Phobia’ model of short-term dynamic psychotherapy).
This years conference will be taking place at the University of Southampton.
This workshop follows on from Dr Andrew Harkin’s 12 April workshop on the central role of the body in trauma treatment.
Trauma not only has a devastating effect on the mind, but also on the body and brain. Yet working with the neurophysiological imprint of trauma on the body is rarely foregrounded in more traditional forms of therapy.
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