Event information Sherlock Holmes, the world’s greatest detective and the creation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, has helped shape society.
Event information There is a recognition that, like other minority populations, LGBT people face discrimination and oppression and that this can lead to psychological trauma, minority stress and compromised wellbeing.
Event information An event to consider the relationship between resilience and sustainability at the individual and organisational level through presentations, discussion and practical skills development.
The aim of local Hub events is to bring BPS members together and promote communication between psychologists at different stages of their careers.
Event Details Ken Laidlaw will be discussing recent thinking and empirical evidence that is informing and updating CBT interventions with older people who are experiencing  anxiety and/or depression  
Event information We are thrilled to be working in partnership with the Sheffield University Management School’s Institute of Work Psychology (IWP) as they celebrate the 40th anniversary of the MSc in Occupational Psychology at Sheffield.
Event information NIBPS and our North West Hub are adding a second Flavour of Psychology event to our programme for 2016 to support the All Ireland Student Congress which takes place at Ulster University Coleraine Campus from 8-10 April 20
Event information The All Ireland Psychology Careers Event is jointly hosted by NIBPS, PSI and the Universities in Ireland who provide undergraduate psychology courses. The event programme will be uploaded in January 2016 
Event information This talk will give an overview of the "transfer of training" problem, looking at why, despite our best efforts, training can often fail to change the way we work.
Event information All DCP Scotland members are invited to its Annual General Meeting. Timetable 1.30 - 2.15 Speaker: Anne Cooke 2.15 – 3.00 Speaker: Che Rosebert 3.00- 3.30 Coffee and tea
Event information What better way to discover a new world than to map it, to walk it, to discover it, to situate ourselves in it and in doing so become part of it.
Event information A free event exclusively for BPS members and students/staff of the University of Hertfordshire *** A great networking opportunity ***
Cardiac & Respiratory Network Event including Critical Care and Liaison Psychology Registration & refreshments from 9.30am, event 10am-1pm.
The workshop aims at enabling participants to consider a model for psycho education and self-awareness that could furnish members of military and other families with understanding of resilience, trauma and vulnerability.
This event has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances, sorry for any inconvenience caused.
Bring a Book…Meet a Psychologist ….Have you got a good, or even a great book connected with the field of psychology that you have enjoyed reading? Or are you just interested to know what other people find interesting to read??...
Programme 11.45Registration12.00           Light Lunch12.30       
This workshop will include some PowerPoint presentation, but will incorporate group discussions and relevant sub-group exercises in order to facilitate learning. The workshop will cover:
A facilitated discussion about the usefulness of psychological practice followed by consideration of the employment issues facing young people in the UK, today
DCP Faculty of Forensic Clinical Psychology Autumn Meeting to include the AGM  Timetable: Day 1 - Thursday 5 November 
Event Overview: This workshop will be designed to explore the impact of austerity – cost savings and service cuts – in the NHS.
Facilitator: Glenn Waller to present on the following topics: -       Use of ‘Disability Training’ when working with ambivalence
Speaker Rob Nash is a lecturer in Psychology at Aston University.
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