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Clinical Educational and Health Psychology (F66)

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We undertake world-leading research and teaching in mind, behaviour, and language. It brings together researchers in a range of disciplines such as psychoanalysis, neuroscience, health, education, communication, medicine, behaviour and development. The Department is a vibrant environment for both study and research. UCL is the top-ranked university in the UK for research in Psychology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience.

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Clinical Educational and Health Psychology (F66)

CBC Online Training Programme: Principles & Practice

F66 CBC Training Programme: Intermediate Applied Principles & Practice of Behaviour Change

Description

Participants will be introduced to the principles of behaviour change, and how these can be applied to practical problems. The course is aimed at anyone who is interested in behaviour change; from researchers, practitioners, intervention designers, managers and policy makers. Places are limited with the course strictly capped at 36 participants.

By completing the introductory principles & practice course you can expect to have:

  • a greater understanding of the possibilities for applying behaviour change interventions to your own situation
  • a practical framework for developing, implementing and evaluating these interventions in your area of interest

The course will be delivered through live sessions and will run for one-week. Live sessions will be held daily and materials for pre- and post-course reading will be available in the weeks prior to this using the UCLeXtend platform.

 

Daily session timings are from 9am GMT +1.

 

For more information on the Principles & Practice course, see here:
https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/training/international-training-programme

 

Please note:

Low, middle income countries (LMIC): to be eligible, participants must work for an organisation that has its administrative offices based in an LMIC, or be employed by an organisation and live in an LMIC. This includes university staff and students from LMIC.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/training/international-training-programme

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Early Bird Low Middle Income Countries, Univerity, 3rd & Public Sector.£970.00[Read More]
2) Early Bird Universities, 3rd Sectors, Small Enterprises & Start- Ups (1-49).£1575.00[Read More]
3) Early Bird Public Sector & Medium Enterprises (50-249).£2185.00[Read More]
4) Early Bird Large Enterprises (250+).£3395.00[Read More]
CST Training 2022

F66 Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) Training with Dr Helen Donovan

Description

Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) Training with Dr Helen Donovan

A 2-day online course

 

Monday 18 July 2022, 9:00 – 12:00

Tuesday 19 July 2022, 9:00 – 12:00

Online via Zoom

 

What is Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST)?

CST is an evidence-based group treatment for people with mild to moderate dementia. It involves 14 or more sessions of stimulating, themed activities, based around more complex principles including learning theory and person-centred care. CST can be extended into a longer-term treatment and can be offered to a range of clients including outpatients and people in residential or day care.

 

What does the training involve?

Training is interactive, involving group exercises, role-play, and video observation as well as some ‘teaching’. It is aimed to equip people with the knowledge required to deliver group CST in their work setting.

 

Who is the trainer?

The training is led by Dr Helen Donovan, a consultant clinical psychologist who has held senior positions since 2004 in the NHS in Bedfordshire & Luton including developing and providing services to people with dementia. She has been involved in CST and Maintenance CST research projects with UCL and has extensive experience of supervising and delivery of CST groups, and providing CST training in the UK and internationally.

 

You will receive a booking confirmation upon registration. We will contact you closer to the time of the event with updates and instructions. If you have any other queries, please contact [email protected].

http://www.cstdementia.com/

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Standard Rate (1-3 Places).£100.00[Read More]
2) Multiple Places (4-6).£90.00[Read More]
3) Multiple Places (7-10).£80.00[Read More]
CST Training 2022

F66 Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) Training with Dr Helen Donovan Nov 2022

Description

Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) Training with Dr Helen Donovan

A 2-day online course

 

Thursday 24 November 2022, 9:00 – 12:00

Friday 25 November 2022, 9:00 – 12:00

 

Online via Zoom

 

What is Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST)?

CST is an evidence-based group treatment for people with mild to moderate dementia. It involves 14 or more sessions of stimulating, themed activities, based around more complex principles including learning theory and person-centred care. CST can be extended into a longer-term treatment and can be offered to a range of clients including outpatients and people in residential or day care.

 

What does the training involve?

Training is interactive, involving group exercises, role-play, and video observation as well as some ‘teaching’. It is aimed to equip people with the knowledge required to deliver group CST in their work setting.

 

Who is the trainer?

The training is led by Dr Helen Donovan, a consultant clinical psychologist who has held senior positions since 2004 in the NHS in Bedfordshire & Luton including developing and providing services to people with dementia. She has been involved in CST and Maintenance CST research projects with UCL and has extensive experience of supervising and delivery of CST groups, and providing CST training in the UK and internationally.

 

You will receive a booking confirmation upon registration. We will contact you closer to the time of the event with updates and instructions. If you have any other queries, please contact [email protected].

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Standard Rate (1-3 Places).£100.00[Read More]
2) Multiple Places (4-6).£90.00[Read More]
3) Multiple Places (7-10).£80.00[Read More]
Conference

F66 Societies of Outsiders: British Psychoanalysis & The Bloomsbury Group

Description

Societies of Outsiders: British Psychoanalysis and the Bloomsbury Group

A two-day conference hosted by the UCL Psychoanalysis Unit.

 

Psychoanalysis in the UK has always existed outside the medical establishment and has a proud tradition of lay analysis, and the so-called Bloomsbury Group, which included feminists, pacifists, political radicals, gay men and lesbians, never existed as an organisation. 

 

This interdisciplinary conference will explore the complex and reciprocal ways in which these two ‘societies of outsiders’ influenced each other.   To mention just a few of the connections, Leonard and Virginia Woolf were Freud’s English publishers, although Virginia resisted reading Freud for a long time.  Marion Milner’s early life-writing self-consciously referenced Woolf’s work (A Life of One’s Own).  Ella Freeman Sharpe, a psychoanalyst with a passion for literature, was also very aware of Woolf’s work.  Virginia’s younger brother Adrian Stephen, together with his wife Karin, trained as a psychoanalyst and played an important role in initiating the Controversial Discussions.  James Strachey (Lytton Strachey’s brother) was Donald Winnicott’s analyst and later Freud’s translator.  Strachey’s wife Alix was one of the first British analysts to appreciate the significance of Melanie Klein’s work, and encouraged her to come from Berlin to London, where she became the analyst of the art critic Adrian Stokes. 

 

Please note that registrations for this conference will close at 12.00 (BST), Friday 16th September 2022.

 

Further ticket information can be found via the ‘More Info’ section of this page.

Attendee CategoryCost   
3) Standard Ticket (Online Only).£100.00[Read More]
4) Concession Ticket (Online Only).£60.00[Read More]
F66 Conference on Compassion & Mentalization: Complementary, Overlapping or Opposed

F66 Conference on Compassion & Mentalization: Complementary, Overlapping or Opposed

Description

UCL Psychoanalysis Unit will host a ground-breaking event that will compare and contrast two major therapeutic approaches: Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT, led by Paul Gilbert and Deborah Lee), and Mentalization Based Therapy (MBT, led by Peter Fonagy and Patrick Luyten). During the event, the theories underpinning the two treatment approaches will be explored and their key principles will be outlined. An exploration of the mutually enriching potential of the two perspectives will follow. There will be ample time for discussion and opportunities to identify differences as well as overlaps between the two approaches.

Confirmed speakers will include Peter Fonagy, Paul Gilbert, Deborah Lee and Patrick Luyten.

Thank you registering for the conference on Compassion and Mentalization: Complementary, overlapping or opposed which will be held virtually on Saturday 8th May 2021. We will be in touch closer to the time of the conference with venue and programme updates.

If you have any other queries please contact the events team at [email protected].

Please note that bookings will close at midday on Friday 7th May 2021 or once full capacity has been reached.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/psychoanalysis/events/2020/may/compassion-and-mentalization-complementary-overlapping-or-opposed

Attendee CategoryCost   
Concession Ticket (Students, Trainees, UCL Staff).£85.00[Read More]
Standard.£130.00[Read More]

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