Counselling, Events, Psychology

An online event for counsellors and psychotherapists

The annual research conference held by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) will this year be a free one-day online event live streamed on Saturday 16th May (9.30am – 4pm). The webcast event is titled ‘Keeping clients at the centre: inform your practice with the latest research’ and is available free of charge… Continue reading An online event for counsellors and psychotherapists

Events

An online event on Our Coast in Wales

Have you been watching 'Our Coast' on BBC2? Do you want to participate in an online event on the coast in Wales? Date: Tuesday 5th May 2020 Time: 14:30-15:30 Platform: Teams Events – attendees do not need the app to watch this event and they can attend anonymously Q&A will be included Booking link and… Continue reading An online event on Our Coast in Wales

CUSP, Events

The 2020 CuSP Annual Lecture, by Professor Ivana Markova

The Culture and Social Psychology research collaboration, CuSP, will host its Annual Lecture on Friday 5th June 2020 at the Open University, Milton Keynes. CuSP is very pleased to announce that the lecture will be given by Professor Ivana Markova. THE ABSTRACT FOR THE LECTURE: Studies of the dialogical mind have progressed considerably in focusing… Continue reading The 2020 CuSP Annual Lecture, by Professor Ivana Markova

Events, Forensic Psychology

A seminar on Forensic Cognition Research

The HERC Research Centre is hosting a seminar on Forensic Cognition Research in London on Wednesday 5th February from 15.30 to 17.30. Speakers will present on the investigation of County Lines drug crimes, police legitimacy, and impaired attentional control. If you would like to attend please register via the HERC website:- http://www.open.ac.uk/researchcentres/herc/events/forensic-cognition-research-group-seminar-series-2 Speakers at the… Continue reading A seminar on Forensic Cognition Research

Events, Psychology in the world

Invitation to take part in an event:

Children on the move: Unsettling narratives of care, childhood, and the migration ‘crisis’: A joint symposium between the Open University and UCL Prof. Sarah Crafter is working in collaboration with a team at UCL on an International Symposium focusing on the ways in which care, childhood and migration are conceptualised and how these have important… Continue reading Invitation to take part in an event: