BPS Conferences

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This day-long retreat is offered to those who are currently participating in or who have previously participated in an 8 week MBCT/MBSR programme.

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Welcome to the 2015 Annual Conference website.

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2 Day Workshop Overview

Please note this is a 2 day workshop held on the 17th April & 15th May. To complete the workshop, attendance is required on both days.

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This conference will provide delegates with an opportunity; both to increase their knowledge of, and to experience, creative therapeutic approaches to psychological well-being.

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Welcome to the website for the 2016 conference.

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4th Military Psychology Conference; Resilience through Change
Tuesday 3rd November 2015 at The Ark Conference Centre, Basingstoke

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Attendees should have a working knowledge of the ACT model and clinical experience in the application of ACT.

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The 2015 British Psychological Society, Psychology of Education Section, Annual Conference is being jointly hosted in 2015 with the British Journal of Educational Psychology.

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Due to popularity of the 25th of November 2014 event this workshop is being re-run

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Join fellow pre and in-training peers, qualified clinicians and experts by experience at the 2015 DCP PQG Annual Conference.

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Who is the course intended for?

Psychologists and health professionals interested in the psychological problems faced by military personnel transiting from military back into civilian life.

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Formulation is a key competence for all clinical psychologists.

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The 2015 Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section Conference will be held at Anglia Ruskin Unversity.

The 2015 conference theme is:

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Submissions

Please submit your papers for the Annual Conference via the BPS online system which can be found at www.bps.org.uk/nibps2015 

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Please note this is a 5 day workshop held on 13th, 14th, 20th, 21st, 22nd April 2015 and a follow up day (date TBC). To complete the workshop, attendance is required on all 6 days.

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A “Legacy” is simply defined as, ‘something that is left behind’ and could be considered at a myriad of levels, including societal, organisational, client-centred, or personal.

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This event has been postponed until 2015. We will publish further details once they have been received. Sorry for any inconvenience.

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The workshop aims to focus on decision making in oncology and palliative care settings and will include clinical trials and decision making in risk reducing mastectomy assessment and eye surgery.

The event will include presentations from a

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