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MindEd, a new website to give adults the knowledge and confidence to identify and understand children and young people with mental health problems, launches today at a Westminster conference.
Special Group For Independent Practitioners Supporting the needs of independent practitioners to combine competently and ethically their psychological practice with the necessity to develop and maintain a business.
If you missed our annual joint lecture with the British Academy on the Scottish Mental Surveys of 1932 and 1947 you will be pleased to know that a recording of the lecture is
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For the Society, 2011 has been a year of celebration as we marked our
Asperger syndrome and autism A lifelo
This year’s theme for
Bereavement happens to us all at some point in our lives.
Psychological testing is used in many walks of life to assess ability, personality and behaviour.
Like thousands of students across the country, you have just received your A level results.
Like thousands of students across the country, you have just received your A level results.
A series of videos on mental healthcare, produced with the help of a public engagement grant from the British Psychological Society, is proving a big hit.
As The Open Championship is in full swing, our hopes of a British contender winning the Claret Jug are high with the likes of Lee
Childhood obesity is one of the most serious health epidemics in the UK.&
With our new website launched, why not experience and take advantage of our online community director
1901-2011 Reaching our 110th anniversary in 2011 is a milestone in the Society’s history.
A new report on obesity published by the British Psychological Society has highlighted the added value psychological and therapeutic approaches can provide when integrated effectively in obesity treatments. Chartered Psychologist Dr Julie Waumsley, Chair of the working group, explained: “This comprehensive report offers new insights to help individuals struggling with weight problems and plug gaps not filled by current obesity interventions.”
One way schoolchildren sitting exams could combat stress is to play more sport.
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