Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic we have made the difficult decision to cancel this event.
If you have already registered we will contact you directly to discuss your options and either defer your booking (if possible) or provide you with a full refund.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused and hope that you understand the need for our decision.
The Crisis, Disaster and Trauma Section with support of the Psychobiology Section is pleased to announce a day conference which explores the Psychobiological research relating to Psychological Resilience.
Over the course of the day delegates will have the opportunity to hear from 5 fantastic guest speakers as well as having some networking opportunities.
See the programme tab for speaker information and to download the timetable for the day.
Dawrwin Lecture Theatre
University of Central Lancashire
Dr Leach - Research Fellow at Portsmouth University
Dr John Leach discussing his paper on the brain chemistry changes which can occur when people “give–up” and start to withdraw from the world as they are unable to cope with their life situation.
Dr Thomson - Research Fellow at the University of Central Lancashire
Dr Gillian Thomson will discuss psychosocial factors in prenatal care.
Dr Robinson - Principal Lecturer at the University of Central Lancashire
Dr Sarita Robinson will discuss the Psychobiology of Self-Care.
Dr Laura Longstaff - Positive psychology capital (PsyCap)
- Noreen Tehrani - It's not all in the mind - Police resillience
|Crisis Disaster & Trauma Section Members||£55|
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