November 14, 2015 at 9am to November 15, 2015 at 5pm
Rethinking trauma and resilience in the context of political violence: new directions in research and practiceSaturday 14 November - Sunday 15 November 2015Time: 9.00am - 5.00pm Venue: to be confirmed Price: £50 (£15 student rate)Book nowThis conference brings together diverse groups of mental health workers, social workers and academics to evaluate mental health practices in a war zone and question the traditional concept of…See More
As practitioners working with some of the most vulnerable members of society we are well placed to comment on the impacts of recent economic policies of austerity. From unequivocal research evidence and from our personal experience as psychologists, it is clear that the psychosocial impacts of our current austerity regime are devastating to a growing number of people. It is for this reason that we believe that we need to speak out on political practices whose impacts are to dehumanise, exclude…See More
'Thinking about the Relationship between Debt Problems and Psychological Distress'Dr Sam Thompson (trainee Clin Psych) will present his thesis research on this topic and facilitate the discussion. Please come along and join the discussion about how this work can inform our practice and ideas.See More
This year's Festival of Community Psychology will take place in Manchester on November 20th and 21st. The theme of the Festival is 'Creativity, Collaboration and Community' although activities related to any area of Community and Critical Psychology, with a focus on social change, wellbeing and community cohesion will be welcome.Details of how to submit a proposal will be sent out soon. Also details of the bursary scheme we hope to have available to enable community partners to attend will be…See More
"Hello Hasan, Welcome to the Community Psychology UK Ning! I hope you enjoy using this space and are able to make the most of this flourishing online community. Any questions, please do feel free to get in touch. Best wishes, Glenn"
Hello Hasan, Welcome to the Community Psychology UK Ning! I hope you enjoy using this space and are able to make the most of this flourishing online community. Any questions, please do feel free to get in touch. Best wishes, Glenn
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