Mentalizing is the capacity to understand and reflect on the causes of thoughts and feelings as intentional mental states of self and others and the connections between them.
People are more likely to process information in an analytical way if they are in a negative mood, a new study has found.
Madlove, a new participatory installation created by artist the vacuum cleaner (Jamie Leadbitter) and supported by a British Psychological Society public engagement grant, opens to the public on 5 March at FACT in Liverpool as part of their Group Therapy: Mental Distress in a Digital Age exhibition.
Nearly four workers in ten would not let their boss know if they were suffering with a mental health problem, a new
This conference will provide delegates with an opportunity; both to increase their knowledge of, and to experience, creative therapeutic approaches to psychological well-being.
Nick Clegg, the deputy prime minister, has today called for the National Health Service to commit itself to a new ambition for zero suicides.
DCP Faculty for Clinical Health Psychology AGM and CPD Day : Applying Solution Focused Practice in Clinical Health Psychology
The Department of Health has issued a revised code of practice for the Mental Health Act 1983 to ensure that all patients receive high quality and saf
The mood swings of people with bipolar disorder are influenced by their thoughts according to researchers.
Schools and professionals should be aware of hidden factors associated when young people help each other with issues around self-harm
Repeatedly thinking about a romantic break up can actually speed up a person's emotional recovery, a new study has found.
A growing number of young people are being admitted to hospital with self-harming injuries, new figures have revealed.
The aim of the day is to update members on the current political landscape with regard to mental health provision in schools, and to allow time for us to discuss how clinical psychologists currently provide this input, and how things might change.
In this event, several topics concerning early intervention and assessment of parent-child relationships will be discussed.
There is an urgent need for local authorities to examine their policies on intervention where pre-school children have behavioural, emotional and social difficulties. That is the conclusion of an online survey of 136 educational psychologists from across the United Kingdom.
Children are more likely to attempt suicide if their parents have also tried to kill themselves, a new study has revealed.
When a cigarette smoker attempts to quit, not only do they crave their usual nicotine hit, they also experience an unpleasant inability to enjoy other pleasures in life - a state known as "anhedonia".
Children with autism can become more assertive if they have grown up with pets in the home, suggests a new study.
Six per cent of people across the globe are addicted to the internet, a new study has revealed.
Today’s Guardian reports the findings of a survey on the prescription of drugs to treat hyperactivity in preschool children.
Infants who are behaviourally inhibited and insecurely attached to their parents are more likely to develop anxiety problems as teenagers, according to a new study.
A clinical psychologist who has worked in NHS mental health services in Shropshire for the last 20 years has been honoured by the British Psychological Society. Dr Guy Holmes has won the 2014 Award for Distinguished Contribution to Psychology in Practice.
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