Incorporating the Faculty for Children, Young People and their Families (CYPF) Conference.
22 - 23 January, voco St John's Solihull
Join us in Solihull to explore 'New Adventures in Clinical Psychology: Personal, Professional and Political Partnerships' at the 2020 DCP Annual Conference.
Across two days, 22 and 23 January, our keynotes and presenters will be laying out the future of clinical psychology.
As we enter a new decade, the role of clinical psychologists is evolving as the profession aims to respond to and influence the challenges society faces.
Within and outside of the therapy room, clinical psychologists are working in increasingly diverse settings in order to confront issues of social justice, austerity and inequality.
Whilst this will inevitably lead to challenges, it will also lead to new adventures.
It will force us to develop more effective partnerships - personally, professionally and politically, beyond our usual systems.
The DCP 2020 conference will highlight the diverse and complex roles that clinical psychologists can play in relation to the big issues in society.
We look forward to providing a platform for quality research and practice from within the NHS and public services, as well as the independent and third sectors.
Faculty for Children, Young People and their Families
This year the Faculty for Children, Young People and their Families (CYPF) is joining us at the DCP Conference in Solihull, and curating one of our streams.
The programme this year will feature an inspiring keynote presentation from international expert in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy with young people, Louise Hayes.
In addition to this, Max Davie will encourage us to find and make the most of our tribes in the CYPF workplace, and Mina Fazel will being us up to date with latest developments in narrative exposure therapy.
There will also be a huge range of varied research and clinical practice to be shared in workshops, presentations and poster presentations.
Join us and hear what our colleagues are offering to nudge us towards new adventures in clinical psychology with children, young people and their families.