We continue our series of winter postcards from the School's modules, written by the academics who work mostly closely with students and tutors, the Staff Tutors. They write about what's happening on each module at this point in the year. Today Stephen Robinson writes from DD310 Counselling and Forensic Psychology: Investigating Crime and Therapy. Hi,… Continue reading A winter postcard from module DD310 Counselling and forensic psychology; investigating crime and therapy
Can you trust your own memory? Academics from the School have developed this short film on memory, a topic covered in modules DE100, DE200, DE300 and DD310. You can see the film here https://www.bbc.com/ideas/videos/why-your-first-memory-is-probably-wrong/p07jsv21?playlist=made-in-partnership-with-the-open-university
We continue our series in which Associate Lecturers introduce Psychology and Counselling modules that they tutor. Hello, my name is Jill Harker and I’ve been tutoring on a variety of psychology modules for about twelve years now, having completed both my undergraduate and postgraduate degrees with the Open University many moons ago! I’m based in the… Continue reading DD310 Counselling and Forensic Psychology: A Tutor’s View
Check out this amazing new poster for DD310 - Counselling and forensic psychology: investigating crime and therapy.
The idea of a World Mental Day was introduced in 1992 by the World Federation for Mental Health and is now promoted annually and celebrated on the 10th October. It was initiated because of the felt need to promote education about mental health and break down the stigma that so often attaches to mental ill-health.… Continue reading University Mental Health Day – March 1st 2018