This is the first in the DCP’s annual inclusivity conferences, which form part of the new inclusivity strategy 2016-18.
Two of the keynote sessions at the annual conference of our Division of Clinical Psychology have been opened to the general public.
On Wednesday 2 December (17.30-18.30) Paul Farmer, chief executive of Mind will speak on 'Supporting better access to talking therapies – findings from the Mental Health Taskforce'.
Dr. Daniel Frings is an Associate Professor in the Division of Psychology at London South Bank University.
The theme for this year’s conference is how evidence based therapy and welfare support will fare in a climate of austerity. As ever our line up of keynote speakers is unrivalled.
This workshop highlights landmark research in the understanding of ruptures alongside the key clinical skills involved in repairing ruptures in the alliance.
A parliamentary debate will be held in Westminster Hall today to coincide with International Men’s Day.
It will be the first time MPs have marked International Men’s Day with a debate on issues that are more likely to affect men, such as poor educational attainment, involvement with the criminal justice system and suicide.
The centenary of the publication of C.S. Myers' Lancet article 'A contribution to the study of shell shock...' is being celebrated by the British Psychological Society this evening (18 November) with a wine reception and two lectures on psychology and war.
A workshop focused on talking about sex with clients: why to, when to & how to? What to assess when not in a sexual health context?
Engage with national drivers for change in Children and young people’s mental health services
This workshop will consider the various national drivers for change in Children and young people’s mental health services and ho
Analysis by the mental health charity Mind and the Independent newspaper shows that the numbe
Changes to mental health services are a ‘leap in the dark’ and are having a negative impact on patient care, says a briefing paper published today by The King’s Fund.
The IP Network would like to invite CYPF members to come and share in learning about and developing core processes and principles in IP to ensure a clinically responsible and safe practice.
I blogged recently about the Society’s activity at this autumn
Using examples from co-production practice, the workshop will explore the possibility of innovative public service reform that puts social justice, social networks and capacity building at the heart of service design and delivery.
This two day workshop bridges the gap between research & practice. Really practical content in trauma focused CBT underpinned with relational values.
1 March 2016
A critical look at the dominant discourses surrounding refugee and asylum seeking people and their responses to adversity
Mindful Eating is a transformative approach to helping people change their relationship to food and manage unruly eating habits in a sustainable and healthy way.
This workshop is an introduction to traumatic stress, examining trauma from evolutionary, historical and symptoms perspectives.
Echoing the call for reform from the British Psychological Society, more than 20,000 people have signed a petition to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
An opportunity to hear from Alison Longwill (Woodcote Consulting), Richard Pemberton (DCP Chair) and Anne Richardson about the DCP workforce mapping project data, and to work together to develop a vision and an action pla
Understanding self-harm: A review of recent evidence on the prevalence and outcomes of self-harm in young people and evidence-based interventions for the problem
Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes, President of the British Psychological Society, has endorsed an open letter to the government from the #Equality4MentalHealth campaign calling for more to be done to