BPS Learning Centre

We are very sorry that, due to unforeseen circumstances, we have to postpone the David Drake workshop which was to have been held on 31st May.  As soon as we have further information on an alternative date for this workshop we shall let you k
This study day will cover the following topics: 
This course has been approved by the BPS Learning Centre for the purposes of Continuing Professional Development (CPD).The course is offered by Dr David Muss.
This course has been approved by the BPS Learning Centre for the purposes of Continuing  Professional Development (CPD).The course is offered by Dr David Muss.
This course has been approved by the BPS Learning Centre for the purposes of Continuing Professional Development (CPD).The course is offered by Dr David M
This course has been approved by the BPS Learning Centre for the purposes of Continuing  Professional Development (CPD).
This workshop will appeal to those already working in private practice who wish to gain more advanced insights and skills relating to practice, as well as trainees and those who aim to set up in private practice.
The use of qualitative methods in health psychology research has grown enormously in recent decades.
Research indicates that OCD can be as damaging to a person’s quality of life as schizophrenia. Furthermore, approximately 40-60% of people with OCD do not or only partially respond to initial treatments.
This workshop will include an overview of IPV exploring assumptions, (active participant involvement in applying material to clients) and an introduction to current challenges deriving from theoretical developments.
Mindfulness is the ability to engage with the present moment without stress provoking negative judgments. We learn to transcend ordinary thinking and inhabit a way of being that allows us to experience our lives directly. 
This Part 2 workshop will continue the supervision training from Part 1 and will focus on how to use the experiential learning cycle as a key model for setting up and maintaining effective learning in supervision.
This is an introductory workshop to help beginning supervisors understand what supervision is, how to contract with supervisees and organisations to set it up and learn some strategies for implementing supervision and maintaining it professionally
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled.
Happiness is firmly on the national political agenda; paying more attention to quality of life and well-being rather than wealth has cross party support.
This workshop aims to provide ongoing support for those working as supervisors through an ongoing, open, development forum and delegates are encouraged to bring their own agendas for further exploration and consideration in pairs and groups.
This workshop aims to provide ongoing support for those working as supervisors through an ongoing, open, development forum and delegates are encouraged to bring their own agendas for further exploration and consideration in pairs and groups.
This workshop aims to provide ongoing support for those working as supervisors through an ongoing, open, development forum and delegates are encouraged to bring their own agendas for further exploration and consideration in pairs and groups.
This workshop aims to provide a forum for reflection on learning and application arising from previous training days and subsequent practice. There will be lots of opportunity to give and receive supervision in pairs and in groups.
This workshop aims to provide a forum for reflection on learning and application arising from previous training days and subsequent practice. There will be lots of opportunity to give and receive supervision in pairs and in groups.
This workshop aims to provide a forum for reflection on learning and application arising from previous training days and subsequent practice. There will be lots of opportunity to give and receive supervision in pairs and in groups.
This workshop covers various aspects of the theory and practice of supervision, including the stages of the supervision process, contracting, feedback and ethics and provides the opportunity to develop and enhance practice.
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