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From ‘In Dialogue’ series’ Professor Naomi Moller and Dr Felicitas Rost talk about the symposium presented at the OPRC Launch Event

The NICE Guideline for Depression in Adults: What is all the brouhaha about methodologies? In the original symposium- ‘Using Research to Impact Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice and Mental Health Policy’ Felicitas talked about her work leading a coalition of almost 50 mental health and psychotherapy organizations to challenge NICE on the development of the NICE… Continue reading From ‘In Dialogue’ series’ Professor Naomi Moller and Dr Felicitas Rost talk about the symposium presented at the OPRC Launch Event

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What does it take to investigate a murder? Forensic Psychology online.

Photo credit: The Open University Dr Zoe Walkington and Professor Graham Pike of The Open University’s School of Psychology & Counselling, and Forensic Cognition Research Group, have written an online course using their experiences of applying psychology to policing contexts. The course looks at the potential use of psychology in criminal investigations, and focusses on… Continue reading What does it take to investigate a murder? Forensic Psychology online.