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Participatory Action Research

Started by Shreena G. Last reply by Colm Gallagher Feb 22, 2015. 4 Replies

Hey, just wondering if there are those out there using PAR methods for their theses... Would love to hear about challenges, benefits and any learning points. Would also be interested in hearing about…Read more >>

Symposia on critical community psych at Pre-Qualification Conference?

Started by James Randall-James Sep 9, 2014. 0 Replies

Hi allI'm the new In-training Chair for the Pre-Qualification Committee (DCP/BPS). We are planning our annual conference for next year and are aiming to put together a great day focused on critical…Read more >>

Tags: DCP, BPS, Trainee, Conference

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Comment by Lucy Hawkes on January 5, 2014 at 19:00

Hi Shreena! Thank you for setting up this group. I hope that we can use this space as a forum for bouncing ideas off of each other! Best Wishes Lucy.

Comment by Lana Renny on January 12, 2014 at 21:15
Hi all, thanks for setting up the group shreena! I Look forward to using it. Lana
Comment by Nina Browne on June 23, 2015 at 14:45

Hi Trainees

Just a reminder that there a few tickets left for this talk tomorrow organised by myself and 2 other 2nd year trainees at UCL.

We are very pleased to announce that one of the forerunners of Community Psychology, Sue Holland, has agreed to come and give an evening talk as part of the DClinPsy Community Psychology Lecture Series 
Date: Wednesday 24th June at 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Venue: 106 Roberts Building, Chadwick Building, UCL
Sue Holland carried out seminal work in the late 1980s in community action working with women from the White City Estate in West London. She developed ideas branching out from individual psychotherapy to involving groups and eventually collective social action. She defined her work as moving from the 'psychic space' through to the 'social space' and in turn into the 'political space'. More recently, Sue has been involved in the development of the M.A.R.E.S (Minorities Agricultural & Rural Equestrian Skills) project in Amersham which offers day therapy and skills training in agricultural, horticultural and equestrian activities for people who are experiencing difficulties in their lives, people with mental health difficulties or people who are excluded, disadvantaged or isolated (service users).

 Tickets to the event are free but please register here:

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