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What purpose does theory play in community psychology?

Started Jul 5, 2016 0 Replies

Hi allRecently I've been involved with providing a response article in reply to a featured article by Leonard A. Jason, Ed Stevens, Daphna Ram, Steven A. Miller, Christopher R. Beasley, and Kristen…Read more >>

The Work of the Community Psychology Section - Progress and Future Directions

Started Nov 22, 2015 0 Replies

Hi all,It was wonderful to be at such an enjoyable Second Community Psychology Festival recently and to meet so many supportive, creative, and awe-inspiring people.Here are the slides from the…Read more >>

Tags: Section, Festival, Psychology, Community

Joining the Society for Community Research and Action - Reduced fees for International Applicants to Join

Started Feb 7, 2014 0 Replies

Dear all,If anyone wants to join SCRA, there's an initiative to recruit more international members. Annual subscription is now $30 rather than $60. Here's the email (below) that David Fryer has…Read more >>

Tags: action, SCRA, psychology, and, research

Using a Community Psychology Approach in your Research - comments invited on an article

Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Bartle Jun 12, 2014. 1 Reply

Hello all,Sally Zlotowitz and I wrote an article for Psy-PAG Quarterly last year on using a community psychology approach in research and I'd be very interested to hear your views on what we put…Read more >>

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Universal basic income: a policy at the heart of community and social equity?

SAVE THE DATE IN YOUR DIARIES! Workshop facilitated by: Dr Sally Zlotowitz, Psychologists for Social Change and Professor Rebecca Lawthom, Manchester Metropolitan University Venue: The Belmont Hotel, Leicester. Date and time: Monday 18th December,…
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Community Psychology Section Student Research Prize - Deadline 15 December 2017

Student Research Prizes 2017  Aims: To encourage community psychology research among early career researchers, the Community Psychology Section will be awarding up to three prizes for student research projects. There will be one prize for…
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Book of Abstracts for Community Psychology Festival, in London (28-29 November, 2014)

Posted on December 1, 2014 at 16:19 0 Comments

Dear all

A really wonderful Festival has now passed and hopefully some of you who were able to attend had a great time...

I have uploaded the Book of Abstracts (in Word format and .pdf format) below for those of you who want to know more about the sessions that were presented at the Festival.  Apologies for not putting this up on the Ning sooner - the Ning was down and unresponsive on the day before the event and by the day of the event it was all systems go!!

Now, with…

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PowerPoint Slides from BPS CPD event: 'Community Psychology for Applied Psychologists'

Posted on August 21, 2014 at 12:41 0 Comments

As promised, here are the slides that Ho Law and I used on the day.

Hope they come in useful.

Best wishes

Glenn Ho%20Law%20and%20Glenn%20Williams%20-%20CommPsy%20CPD%202014%20-%20presented%20on%20the%20day.pptx

A 3rd Year Module on Community Psychology at Nottingham Trent University

Posted on February 3, 2014 at 5:35 0 Comments

Hello all,

I was asked last year to write something for a European Community Psychology newsletter in response to a call for any syllabi that people may have.  Here's an attached example of one module that we have developed at Nottingham Trent University, which has created some degree of enthusiasm and interest.  

The reading list has some of the following resources listed:

Jetten et al (2012) The social cure: identity, health and well-being 

Kagan, et al (2011)…

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Workshop on Community Psychology Research at Community Psychology Section's AGM 16.12.13

Posted on December 18, 2013 at 12:46 0 Comments

Hello all,

Here are my slides from the workshop I gave at the BPS London Office at our AGM.  Hope it's of interest.

Best wishes to you all

Glenn

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At 16:28 on August 6, 2013, Sally Z said…

"Hey Glenn, thanks for joining! Welcome! Hope you like the site. Sally"

At 14:20 on February 9, 2014, Annie Mitchell said…

Hi Glen,  Great to read your comments re the workshop we did at the conference all those years ago.  I remember at the time we were all a little disheartened by low attender numbers, tho not with the quality of engagement!  - it's a great reminder that little by little it's worth  making the effort and sharing.

 

Nice to s ee you ar e so active and engaged with this.

 

Warm wishes,

 

Annie

At 19:39 on June 12, 2014, Scott Bartle said…

Thanks Glenn

At 11:44 on August 8, 2014, Dr Sara Betteridge said…

Hi Glenn,

thank you I'm sure I will be requiring your advice at some point!

Sara

At 21:45 on October 23, 2014, Edith Steffen said…

Hi Glenn,

Thank you for your nice welcome! Great to be here.

Edith

At 13:17 on October 24, 2014, Katie Wood said…

Hi Glenn,

Thank you for your welcome - I'm looking forward to getting involved!

Katie

At 19:13 on November 17, 2014, Pamela said…
Hi Glenn, thanks for the warm welcome
I will definitely need your help.
At 16:10 on January 29, 2015, Helena said…

Hi Glenn,

Thanks for the welcome. I'd like to advertise a couple of jobs on here for a charity I manage. Where would the best place be for this?

Thanks!

Helena

At 23:53 on January 29, 2015, Glenn Williams said…

Hi Helena

The job opportunities might be better placed on the noticeboard rather than as an event as events are usually reserved for events like workshops/conferences/seminars etc.  You might get more uptake via the noticeboard on the Ning.  You may also want to post something on the JISCMail List (see the link in the middle right of the Ning web page, which takes you to the JISC Mail List). Good luck in getting some applications.

Best wishes

Glenn 

At 6:46 on February 9, 2015, Jenny Svanberg said…

Hi Glenn,

Thanks for the warm welcome! I'd be really interested in advice on developing a research project to look at the outcomes of developing a recovery oriented system of care across a couple of addiction services locally (in Central Scotland). The recovery development worker and I have been having lots of conversations about measuring the impact on the local communities, service users, families and staff, and your paper suggested that a critical/transformative approach might be ideal, but I have little experience in developing projects of this kind. Any tips, or thoughts from folk who have developed research along these lines would be most gratefully received! 

Best wishes,

Jenny

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