Eastern England (East Anglia & Essex)

Drawing on schema therapy approaches in working with clients with challenging problems This one day workshop explores how clinicians can draw flexibly on schema therapy techniques in working with clients where standard approaches may not
Special Group For Independent Practitioners Supporting the needs of independent practitioners to combine competently and ethically their psychological practice with the necessity to develop and maintain a business.
Dr Sathasivian Cooper has been remembering his friend and former cell-mate Nelson Mandela. Both men were rebels in their native South Africa and both spent time in the same cell block at Robben Island Maximum Security Prison.
Professor Tim Dalgleish, leader of the Cognition Emotion and Mental Health Programme at the Medical Research Council’s Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in Cambridge, is to receive the 2013 Presidents’ Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psyc
A full-day CPD event incorporating the Division of Clinical Psychology's East of England Branch AGM. 
Young fathers are keen to shake off the tag of being 'deadbeat dads', new research has shown.
Conference theme: Sexuality & Identity in Older People
Two psychologists from Cambridgeshire, in partnership with Cambridge University, have developed an app for the iPad and iPhone to help children learn to read.
All those connected with the Society were shocked and saddened to learn of the recent death of Professor Malcolm Adams, Co-Director of the Clinical Psychology Programme at the University of East Anglia.
Society Fellow Professor Trevor Robbins, Head of the Department of Experimental Psychology at the University of Cambridge, Director of the University's Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Institute, and a Fellow of Downing College, was awarded a
A scheme has been set up in Essex to help former soldiers cope with the psychological effects of war.
Problematic video gaming could be disruptive for work performance, increasing the likelihood that gamers miss work or classes and reducing their effort if they do turn up.
Receiving frequent messages on Facebook could help students who are about to begin university in the next few weeks and feeling in need of support. During the first term at university, Facebook users who receive more messages and comments from fellow users feel less stressed, and have greater self-esteem and feelings of well-being, than those receiving fewer messages and comments.
Around 180 psychologists are taking part in the Annual Conference of the Society’s Social Psychology Section at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, next week.
Empowering Individuals and Groups within a Changing World The BPS Social Psychology Section an
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