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Clinical Educational and Health Psychology (F66)


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.


Clinical Educational and Health Psychology (F66)

CBC Online Training Programme: Principles & Practice

F66 CBC Training Programme: Intermediate Applied Principles & Practice of Behaviour Change 2024


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, commissioners and policy makers.

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 and implementing these interventions in your area of interest

 For further information please see the Additional Info Tab


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]

F66 1001 Days Film Screening


Join us in the Psychoanalysis Unit for a film screening to reflect on the experience of motherhood in challenging circumstances.

The first 1001 days after conception are crucial to a child’s development.  Yet in the township of Alexandra in Johannesburg, survival is a constant struggle for young mothers who often have to raise their children alone, and barely have time for themselves and their babies.  Through a series of intimate, and at times, uncomfortable, conversations, 1001 Days presents a snapshot of motherhood in Alexandra during the crucial first three years of life.

Registration is required to attend. Tickets include drink and light snacks.”

Attendee CategoryCost   
Standard Rate.£8.00[Read More]
CST Training 2023

F66 Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) Training With Dr Catrina Craig March 2024


Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) Training with Dr Catrina Craig

Online Course

Thursday 7th March 2024, 9:00 – 16:00 GMT 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 Catriona Craig, a principal clinical psychologist who works with older people with dementia and those with mental health problems in Buckinghamshire (Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust). She has extensive experience setting up and delivering CST groups, plus training staff to run CST and supervising their practice. She has delivered CST in community and inpatient settings, delivering and adapting the groups to those with mild cognitive impairment to those who have more moderate to severe cognitive impairment.

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   
Standard Rate (1-3 Places).£120.00[Read More]
Standard Rate (4-6 Places).£110.00[Read More]
Standard Rate (7-10 Places).£105.00[Read More]

F66 Extended School Non-Attendance: Theoretical and Practical Implications for EPs


Extended School Non-Attendance: Theoretical and Practical Implications for Educational Psychologists.

Hardly a day seems go by without some reference to the dire state of attendance in schools, particularly since the pandemic. For EPs, of course, a significant part of our role relates to the needs of children and young people experiencing extended non-school attendance. This day will be the usual mixture of up-to-date research and how it informs practice.

A detailed programme with more information about the speakers and the titles of their contribution will be available from mid-February. This is an in-person day with a livestream option available via a Zoom Webinar.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided on the day.

Please note that tickets sales for the Online Webinar will end on the 19th March 2024.

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) DEdPsy Course Members.£0.00[Read More]
2) Trainee EPs.£25.00[Read More]
4) Trainee Online Webinar.£0.00[Read More]
5) EP Online Webinar.£25.00[Read More]

F66 Knowing What Psychoanalysts Do & Doing What Psychoanalysts Know Conference Saturday 15 June 2024


Twenty years ago the European Psychoanalytic Federation (EPF) created a project inspired by the realization that many years of meetings and conferences had largely not succeeded in enabling psychoanalysts to share with each other what they do in their consulting rooms.
This conference will provide an opportunity to share the findings of the EPF project as reported in a forthcoming book, Knowing What Psychoanalysts Do and Doing What Psychoanalysts Know.
Booking for the main conference and clinical seminars will close 12.00 (BST) on Thursday 13 June 2024.

In-person: UCL, Bloomsbury Campus, London, and online via Zoom.


Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Standard In-Person.£165.00[Read More]
2) Concession In Person.£115.00[Read More]
3) In-Person Full-Time Student.£40.00[Read More]
4) Online Standard.£135.00[Read More]
5) Online Concession.£85.00[Read More]
6) Online Student.£30.00[Read More]
7) UCL Psychoanalysis Unit Staff Members On Substantive Contracts.£0.00[Read More]

F66 We Need to Talk About Jung


Work in Progress Webinar, presented by Liz Allison

Why don’t we?  Should we? Why should we?  Freud once described Jung as ‘the man of the future’, but after their friendship ended he was consigned to the history of psychoanalysis.  This presentation will explore the silence of the psychoanalytic literature on Jung’s significance and consider whether - in light of what psychoanalysis has to say about the significance of painful personal history - this is an issue that needs to be addressed. 


Registration is required to attend.

Attendee CategoryCost   
Online Ticket.£0.00[Read More]

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