Clinical

King's College London's Institute of Psychiatry has announced that Dr Diana Rose will become its first ever Professor in User Led Research, starting from September 2014.
Children who experience stress are likely to face health problems in their lives, according to new research.
The Northern Ireland Branch of the British Psychological Society has voiced concern at how eating disorders services have been organised and delivered in Northern Ireland.
Richard Pemberton, chair of our Division of Clinical Psychology, is one of the signatories of a letter in this morning’s Guardian. 
Cutting the NHS budget allocated to early intervention schemes for young mental health patients is a false economy and could put lives at risk.
World War I was the first conflict fought on a truly industrial, global scale, something that had devastating consequences for ordinary people.
Psychology FM, the series of radio programmes being broadcast by the Manchester station ALL FM, continues to flourish.
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
The mental health of UK soldiers is stronger than that of their peers from the US, according to new research from King's College London (KCL).
Too many people with eating disorders are being dismissed by doctors as simply having peculiar habits with food, Cosmopolitan UK magazine and the charity Beat have warned.
Listening to music that is perceived as beautiful but sad could help people to feel better when they are feeling down, a study has found.
Women aged 60 or over accounted for nearly a third of hospital admissions for anxiety during the year to November 2013, new figures have revealed.
The assessment and treatment of depression usually deals with negative verbal thoughts as if they are distinct from negative mental imagery and perceptual sensations.
Often Clinical and Educational Psychology work alongside each other, this workshop wishes to explore and promote the value of working together.
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
A project has been launched that aims to reduce the number of cases of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) experienced by patients who have stayed in hospital intensive care units (ICUs).  
A new study has suggested that children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) may have issues when it comes to processing simultaneous information coming to their eyes and ears.
This morning’s BBC Radio 4 Today programme featured the work of researchers at Plymouth University's Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research who have begun investigating whether music and technology could help dementia sufferers remem
A new report has said more needs to be done to help people returning back to civilian life after a stint in the armed forces, even if their service period is only short.
Britain's economy is losing £70 billion a year because not enough is being done to help people with mental illnesses return to the workplace, a new report has claimed.
With six times more researchers working on cancer than dementia in the UK, the Alzheimer’s Society has launched a new programme aimed at attracting talented individuals to de
Two recent studies have highlighted the strong links between failing to achieve optimal levels of sleep and experiencing depression.
A rare opportunity to work with trainers with both personal and professional experience, awareness and skills in the understanding and treatment of complex trauma. Timetable 09:30 to 16:00 Details
Former Olympic swimmer Ian Thorpe has checked into rehab as he battles a bout of depression, his manager has confirmed.
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