Dr Rose Capdevila is Chair of the BPS Psychology of Women & Equalities Section (POWES). She was interviewed for International Women’s Day. Read the interview here https://thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/representation-and-methodology-need-change Read about Rose Capdevila here http://www.open.ac.uk/people/rc6339
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?
We continue to introduce journals on which the School’s academics have editorial roles. Dr Jo Horne, Staff Tutor, is the Educational Editor of the BPS journal Assessment and Development Matters (ADM). Assessment and Development Matters (ADM) is a quarterly publication, published by the British Psychological Society’s (BPS) Psychological Testing Centre (PTC). The journal publishes articles… Continue reading Introducing the journal Assessment and Development Matters
The School of Psychology and Counselling was very pleased to learn that the connection between the Open University and the British Psychological Society (BPS) will be further strengthened by the election of Dr Karen Hagan to Chair of the Northern Ireland Branch of the British Psychological Society (NIBPS). The BPS is the representative body for psychologists… Continue reading Psychology and the Open University in Northern Ireland
The Political Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society aims to 'promote Political Psychology in the UK and globally, enabling and empowering citizens with the political skills to meaningfully shape policy, practice and their worlds.' In the Summer 2020 bulletin of the Section, two CuSP members write about recent news events: Dr Karen Hagan analyses political speeches from… Continue reading Political Psychology in the BPS – contributions from the School