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Clinical Psychology

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We have taken our seats on DCP Executive Committee and have become involved in matters of relevance to the GTiCP.

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This year we have continued on exploring ways for us to develop ourselves as a professional body that leads the way on standards for forensic clinical psychological services.  We have committed to revising the guidance for Clinical Training C

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The Faculty has organised three CPD events in 2014. The first of these was a Northern Region event held in Sheffield on 27 March 2014.

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This has been a very busy year for the Faculty for People with Intellectual Disabilities.  We have continued to work in 4 main areas:  the National Arena, Working in Partnership with other organisations, working with the BPS/DCP and supp

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The Faculty’s strategic objectives which align to the DCP’s core purpose and high level aims are: 

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The interaction between physical and mental health is complex but widely recognised. People with mental health conditions are at higher risk of developing physical illness, have conditions diagnosed later and have significantly higher mortality.

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The interaction between physical and mental health is complex but widely recognised. People with mental health conditions are at higher risk of developing physical illness, have conditions diagnosed later and have significantly higher mortality.

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‘The current pressures and sea of changes provide us with a real opportunity for us to modernise and collectively raise our game.’

As can be seen from this set of annual reports the DCP across all four nations

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This has been an extremely sad and difficult year for the Committee. Last summer we learned of the sudden death of one of our most long standing committee members, Fara McAfee, whom you can see in our first photo.

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Recent achievements

  • Quarterly committee meetings
  • Development and launch of service user pamphlet on Standards of psychological support for people living with HIV
  • Audit of Clinical Psychology Doctorate Training on Worki
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The work of the DCP-S is organised around four areas:

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'GOING FOR GOLD'
50 Years of Clinical Psychology

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In this interview David M. Clark, Professor of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford and Honorary Fellow of the British Psychological Society discusses how he has helped increase access to cognitive behavioural therapy for those who need it via Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT).

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Welcome to the 2015 Annual Conference website.

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The British Psychological Society is a member of the We Need to Talk Coalition. This group of mental health charities, professional organisations, Royal Colleges and service providers campaigns for people with mental health problems.

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The Accreditation Programme for Psychological Therapies Services (APPTS) is a new accreditation programme that works with psychological therapies services in the UK to assure and improve their quality.

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The centenary of the First World War provides the Society with an opportunity t

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'Standing up & Speaking out: Clinical Psychology and Social Context'

                           **REDUCED CONFERENCE RATES**  

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Welcome to the 2014 Annual Conference website.

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This page contains information about vacancies for contract for services and consultancy posts. 

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We support MindEd – a programme that provides electronic learning materials covering the breadth of children and young people’s mental health for both the healthcare and non-healthcare workforces.

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Conference Themes

Mindfulness-based approaches
Working with Systems and Organisations

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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

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