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We are holding a refreshing, innovative and thought provoking conference that aims to highlight and enhance knowledge around culture, and black and ethnic minority issues for those involved in applied psychology.
This one-day DCP Faculty for Leadership & Management conference will explore some of the current and future challenges the profession is facing.
Professor Patricia Howlin, Emeritus Professor of Clinical Child Psychology at King's College London Institute of Psychiatry (IoP) and a Fellow of the British Psychological Society, has been awarded the 2013 INSAR Lifetime A
The presentations will first be on research findings on childhood experience and attachment models in adolescent behavioural disorders.
Addictions are notoriously difficult to treat and relapse is the norm rather than the exception. This one day CPD event seeks to explore some new directions in the development of CBT in Addiction.
A scheme launched in Scotland is aiming to improve the experiences of dementia patients and their carers in hospital se
Different approaches to psychotherapy are all beneficial to people battling depression.
Last night’s Panorama, “Broken by Battle”, looked at the psychological toll of the conflict in Afghanistan.
The Division of Clinical Psychology Pre-Qualification Group present this introduction to the science of compassion as chosen by its membership in our recent poll.
The stress of juggling different aspects of life can be relieved through the use of avoidance strategies.
People suffering from depression tend to set themselves more generalised personal targets than those who do not experience the condition.
This event has been cancelled.  A multi-perspective approach to understanding the experiences of minority trainees. 
A full-day CPD event incorporating the Division of Clinical Psychology's East of England Branch AGM. 
Young people often turn to social networking sites in order to reach out when they are feeling depressed.
An autistic child's struggles to socialise may be linked to a lack of motor skills.
Monday’s edition of Panorama looked at concerns that some widely prescribed antidepressants can double the risk of a child being born with a heart defect.
Using antidepressants during pregnancy may not be worth the risk for mothers experiencing mild to moderate depression, it has been suggested.
A new pilot scheme has been launched to reduce the number of instances where people with mental health problems are detained in the wrong environment.
Following the failure of Ian Brady's bid to be transferred from a psychiatric hospital back to prison, Professor Peter Kinderman - Director of the University of Liverpool’s Institute of Psychology, Health & Society and a former chair of o
Children with mothers who did not complete high school are twice as likely to experience depression in early adulthood as those born to women who obtained a high school diploma.
Bullying among young people has been identified as a public health problem by an expert panel.
The MindEd consortium is looking for psychologists to write posts on child and adolescent mental health for t
Conducted in Germany, a new study pitched undergraduate psychology students, postgraduate clinical psychology trainees and experienced psychological therapists against each other on tests of psychological knowledge and skills.
Newly-released figures have highlighted the prevalence of mild mental illness among people living in the UK.
Use of face-down restraint in mental health hospitals in England could soon be banned.
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