This event is cancelled
Dr Alex Espejo will be presenting her understanding of how the early attachment relationship impacts on development and functioning across all areas not just attachments!
The British Psychological Society is organising a session at the British Science Festival looking at the intrusive memories that trouble people with post-traumatic stress disorder.
HIV infection can affect cognitive functioning in children and adults. This event will present up-to-date research findings on the prevalence and impact of HIV infection across the age range.
Faculty of Clinical Health Psychology - Obesity & Bariatric Services Network Event
(Special Interest Group of Psychologists in Obesity and Bariatric services (SIGPOB) Network and Training Event)
A multidisciplinary, five-year project which aims to research and explore voice-hearing has received £2.75m from the Wellcome Trust.
East Midlands Division of Clinical Psychology AGM Event
FREE event for East Midlands DCP members - Maximum of 45 attendees so please book early.
The audience at last year's Psychology4Graduates
Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes, the President of the British Psychological Society, has welcomed the response to a public consultation on the future of mental health services carried out for NHS England’s Mental Health Taskforce.
Various national CPD single and multi-day events address the neuropsychology of different dementias.
These talks should be of interest to graduate psychology students and others considering further training and careers in these specialisms.
Yesterday the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions delivered a speech, hosted by the educational charity Reform and Barclays, about plans to reform the system of sickness benefits.
The Society’s Ethics Committee has hosted a discussion meeting on the tricky ethics of carrying out research involving looked-after children.
Over the summer it seems that not a day has gone by without a story about children and mental health being in the news.
A paper from the University of Cambridge published in The Lancet Neurology suggests that dementia levels are stabilising in parts of Western Europe
A DCP NI event facilitated by Psychosis and AMH SIGs from a training bursary granted by DCP NI to SIGs to celebrate 50 years of Clinical Psychology.
**PLEASE NOTE This is a two day event and you must attend both days**
This conference will provide an insight into different perspectives on attachment for psychologists working with adults, young people and families.
How to use Acceptance & Commitment Therapy to help those facing their own death, or that of someone they care for.
The workshop will give a brief overview of the ACT model, its background, its evidence-base and applicability across man
DCP East Midlands Branch - Public Meeting
Join us this Sunday for a public meeting
The meeting will show a video, 'Clinical Psychology Beyond the Therapy Room', followed by an opportunity for discussion.
A timely, heart-wrenching journal paper has reported the results of in-depth interviews with seven African refugees or asylum seekers in the UK (aged 26 to 43; one woman), all of whom reported experiencing symptoms of psychosis.
Suicidal thoughts are relatively common whereas acts of suicide are, thankfully, far more rare. But this creates a dilemma – how to judge the risk of thoughts turning into action?
By the time of the conference it will be nearly a year since the launch of the 'Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia' document, a report published by the DCP and edited by Anne Cooke.
A British Journal of Clinical Psychology paper that suggests a pessimistic view of the future may not be the result of depression but the cause of it is available free-to-access for the next two weeks.
The Division of Clinical Psychology welcomes newly qualified psychologists.
Service user or carer (or, experts by and with, experience) involvement in clinical psychology event: Showcasing good practice and learning from each other
Aims for the day include to: