‘What use is Psychology….?’ a guided discussion on psychology in the community with Alisdair Cameron and Nick Hartley.
Psychology in the pub (PitP) is a space to talk about life from a psychological perspective. It builds on the philosophy of Café Scientifique to take ideas out of universities, laboratories and clinics to make them accessible to people in everyday life. Like Café Scientifique and Café Psychologique there are no lectures or seminars. Instead, ideas are dropped into the group to stimulate thought and discussion.
This is a welcome return of this event to Newcastle and will be the first of (we hope) more to come in the North East.
- The Ware Rooms17 Carliol SquareNewcastle upon TyneNE1 6UQ
Generally the house rules are:
- This is a collaborative, co-produced community based event and a safe space for people to talk about life in an open, equal (and free) way
- Everyone can speak and everyone should be mindful of giving others the opportunity to speak
- All points of view are valid
- Alcohol (and non-alcoholic) drinks and bar food will be available to purchase.
- The event is free to attend and open to all – the venue has disability access and facilities.
- The event will be an informal evening full of ideas, different perspectives, laughs, chats and a few drinks (alcohol and otherwise). With a different subject matter explored each time, the PitP is sure to provoke, inspire and ignite the opinions of all who take part. If you like group discussion and perhaps want to hear different perspectives then this is for you.
If you have any queries regarding this event please contact Member Network Services, quoting 'DCP North East- Psychology in the pub-20 June' at:
Alternatively telephone during office hours on +44 (0) 116 252 9515 stating the name and date of the event.