CUSP, Open Psychology Research Centre, Political Psychology, Research in the School

‘The dialogue between citizens and their governments – that’s what I care about’ – Dr Kesi Mahendran with The Psychologist

Dr Kesi Mahendran in the interview with Ella Rhodes at the Psychologist  Political psychologist Kesi Mahendran who founded the Public Dialogue Psychology Collaboratory within the Open Psychology Research Centre - recently spoke with Ella Rhodes at the Psychologist  about her work at the interface between psychology and political science. In the interview she discusses how… Continue reading ‘The dialogue between citizens and their governments – that’s what I care about’ – Dr Kesi Mahendran with The Psychologist

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Events, Psychology in the world

Stop Press: BPS Special Group in Coaching Psychology Annual Conference 9-10 May 2021

This online conference will be relevant to anyone who wants to understand how evidence-based coaching psychology interventions can help us to flourish and thrive in an increasingly complex world.    The central theme of the 2021 Special Group in Coaching Psychology conference theme is Transforming systems through coaching.  This will be split into the 3 topics:  Personal… Continue reading Stop Press: BPS Special Group in Coaching Psychology Annual Conference 9-10 May 2021

Events, Psychology

BPS EVENT: Is clinical psychology for me?

This is a free event for psychology students and recent graduates who might be interested in considering a career in clinical psychology.    Register here. It is designed to encourage students from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds to consider clinical psychology as a career, providing information about clinical psychology training programmes and sharing the experiences of… Continue reading BPS EVENT: Is clinical psychology for me?