Depression has been called a "we-disease" because when the dark clouds arrive, it's not just the depressed person who is affected, but all those close to them.
Psychologists offering a clinical service to adults and young people can enhance their practice by incorporating ideas and intervention strategies from positive psychology.
Highly experienced expert witnesses will give practical advice on effective practice to reduce the anxiety of those wishing to consider this vital work.
Solution focused brief therapy offers an effective and efficient approach to helping people find their motivation to achieve better quality of life living with chronic health conditions.
Develop your supervision skills and knowledge to work with groups and teams
This workshop will focus on theory and skills in providing supervision and consultation to groups and teams in health and social care settings.
A pragmatic, creative and optimistic approach to working with trauma and dissociation
Horrific experiences often cast a pall over our lives, but for some people it’s worse than others.
Child Abuse is a significant issue which requires practitioners and agencies to work together if those affected are to receive the support and protection that they need.
During the 1990s, groundbreaking work by psychologists demonstrated that human memory is flexible and vulnerable and that it’s very easy for people to experience “false memories” that feel real, but which are actually a fiction.
An introduction to MBSP, the cutting edge of positive psychology, the first programme to formally combine mindfulness with psychological strengths development
A clear and structured introduction to a number of current professional and ethical issues likely to be encountered within psychological practice
Awareness of the alienation process reduces the risk of unwitting collusion by practitioners, improving outcomes for children & families
An exploration of Liberation Psychology: in its original context and applied to social problems of the UK today.
Gain a deeper understanding about hearing voices and consider the implications for young people.
09:30 Registration/Tea and Coffee
10:00 Workshop starts (there will be a break for lunch)
16:30 Workshop ends
Submissions from both academic and practitioner psychologists are welcome for the annual conference of the Faculty for Children, Young People and their Families.
Join Experts by Experience and clinical psychologists to discuss and share ideas on how to work together to improve psychological health services.
A British Journal of Neuropsychology paper on mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) in children received extensive media coverage in April.
A Joint North East Branch and Inpatient Network Conference: Psychosis and Complex Mental Health Faculty
The NHS staff survey shows associations between positive patient feedback and staff engagement.
Psychological support must be a key part of treatment for people with dementia, the British Psychological Society said today, following a report from the Alzheimer’s Society that said over half of people felt being diagnosed with the condition mea
Posters on school bullying, the consequences of traumatic burns and Parkinson's disease from last month’s British Psychological Society annual conference have been awarded prizes by the Society.
Psychological therapies may help adults who repeatedly self-harm, an updated Cochrane Review has found.