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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 Int Training Prog Adv Module Intro To Ontologies & Behaviour Change Intervention Ontology

Description

CBC International Training Programme Advanced Module: Introduction to ontologies and the Behaviour Change Intervention Ontology.

This module will introduce the use of ontologies to advance the behavioural and social sciences by improving intervention reporting, linking written information and datasets across knowledge silos, and enabling data to be analysed using machine learning and artificial intelligence.  We will present the Behaviour Change Intervention Ontology, demonstrate how to use it in behavioural science, and explain how to contribute to its ongoing improvement.   

The module will be interactive and include time for demonstration, practice and discussion; there will be short breaks between sessions during the day.

Facilitators: Professors Susan Michie and Robert West, Drs Marta Marques and Paulina Schenk, and Lisa Zhang

The session will run from 10am to 4pm with 30 minutes for lunch and a 15-minute break in the morning and afternoon.

Places are limited with the course capped at 36 participants and require a minimum number of 10 participants.

For more information on the Advanced Modules, see here

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Early Bird Low Middle Income Countries, Univerity, 3rd & Public Sector.£200.00[Read More]
2) Early Bird Universities, 3rd Sectors, Small Enterprises & Start- Ups (1-49).£320.00[Read More]
3) Early Bird Public Sector & Medium Enterprises (50-249).£400.00[Read More]
4) Early Bird Large Enterprises (250+).£640.00[Read More]
CBC Online Training Programme: Principles & Practice

F66 CBC Int Training Programme Advanced Module Designing & Evaluating Behaviour Change Interventions

Description

Centre for Behaviour Change International Training Programme Advanced Module: Designing and evaluating behaviour change interventions: applying the Behaviour Change Intervention Ontology.

This module is for people who have completed the introductory module or have a good knowledge of ontologies and a familiarity with the Behaviour Change Intervention Ontology (BCIO). Participants will learn how to use the BCIO for designing, evaluating and reporting interventions, and for evidence synthesis. It will present in depth the parts of the ontology representing aspects of intervention content and delivery. Participants will undertake guided practice using the available tools for searching, visualising and updating the BCIO The module will be interactive and include time for demonstrations, practice and discussion. There will be short breaks between sessions during the day.

Facilitators: Professors Susan Michie and Robert West, Drs Marta Marques and Paulina Schenk, and Lisa Zhang

The session will run from 10am to 4pm with 30 minutes for lunch and a 15-minute break in the morning and afternoon.

Places are limited with the course capped at 36 participants and require a minimum number of 10 participants.

Daily session timings are from 10am GMT +1/BST.

For more information on the Advanced Modules, see here:

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Early Bird Low Middle Income Countries, Univerity, 3rd & Public Sector.£200.00[Read More]
2) Early Bird Universities, 3rd Sectors, Small Enterprises & Start- Ups (1-49).£320.00[Read More]
3) Early Bird Public Sector & Medium Enterprises (50-249).£400.00[Read More]
4) Early Bird Large Enterprises (250+).£640.00[Read More]
CBC Online Training Programme: Principles & Practice

F66 CBC Int Training Programme Advanced Module Principles & Practice of Behavioural Systems Mapping

Description

A key task in developing behaviour change interventions is to answer the question of who and what should we focus our intervention on in order to achieve our goal. Behaviours form parts of interacting systems that evolve over time, and the choice of behavioural and population targets can usefully be informed by modelling the causal influences in those systems: a process that can be described as behavioural systems mapping. This module takes participants through the principles of systems thinking, how they can be applied to behavioural systems through methods of behavioural systems mapping, and how to analyse and interpret behavioural systems maps. It equips participants with the knowledge and skills required to begin to create and use behavioural systems maps using freely available software. 

Facilitators Dr Jo Davan-Wetton, Professor Robert West, Dr Lucy Porter and Dr Vivi Antonopoulou will deliver an online session from 10.00am to 4.00pm (UK time, GMT). The module is interactive and includes practical sessions in which participants can work together to familiarise themselves with both the principles and practice of creating behavioural systems maps. 

Places are limited with the course capped at 36 participants (minimum no.: 10). 

For information on other Advanced Modules, see

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Early Bird Low Middle Income Countries, Univerity, 3rd & Public Sector.£200.00[Read More]
2) Early Bird Universities, 3rd Sectors, Small Enterprises &£320.00[Read More]
3) Early Bird Public Sector & Medium Enterprises (50-249).£400.00[Read More]
4) Early Bird Large Enterprises (250+).£640.00[Read More]
CBC Online Training Programme: Principles & Practice

F66 CBC International Training Programme Advanced Module: Influencing Motivation

Description

Influencing motivation is often key to achieving behaviour change. That may mean shaping people’s plans, values, desires, and/or habits. Robert West, a founder of the PRIME Theory of motivation and the COM-B model of behaviour will guide participants step-by-step on a tour of human motivation and how it can be influenced through education, persuasion, reward, punishment, imitation, rules, environmental cues, providing support and by training habits and self-regulation skills. It will also address how we can build resistance against to attempts at manipulation by vested interests. The module will be interactive and include plenty of time for discussion. It will cover practical examples of motivational influence in a range of areas relating to human health and wellbeing, and offer participants an opportunity to discuss motivational interventions in their areas of interest.

Facilitator: Professor Robert West

The session will run from 10am to 4pm with 30 minutes for lunch and a 15-minute break in the morning and afternoon.

Places are limited with the course capped at 24 participants and require a minimum number of 10 participants.

Daily session timings are from 10am GMT +1. For more information on the Advanced Modules, see here:

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Early Bird Low Middle Income Countries, Univerity, 3rd & Public Sector.£200.00[Read More]
2) Early Bird Universities, 3rd Sectors, Small Enterprises£320.00[Read More]
3) Early Bird Public Sector & Medium Enterprises (50-249).£400.00[Read More]
4) Early Bird Large Enterprises (250+).£640.00[Read More]
CBC Online Training Programme: Principles & Practice

F66 CBC International Training Programme Advanced Module: Process Evaluation

Description

Centre for Behaviour Change International Training Programme Advanced Module: Process Evaluation: Applying the Behaviour Change Wheel (BCW) Toolbox.

Process Evaluation can be applied to better understand the outcomes of our behaviour change interventions by asking questions such as, which parts of our intervention were actually delivered, how were they received, and how and why did they have their impact on our target behaviour? This module will explore two key components of Process Evaluation; Fidelity and Mechanisms of Change. Participants will learn about what these components of Process Evaluation are, why they are worth investigating, and how the Behaviour Change Wheel toolbox can help us to do so. 

Facilitators Dr Fabiana Lorencatto and Dr Danielle D’Lima will deliver an online full-day session from 10am-4pm.  Key content will be broken down into digestible chunks with time allocated to apply the learning to learners’ own interventions and gain support on how to prioritise different components of process evaluation based on available resources.

The session will run from 10am to 4pm with 30 minutes for lunch and a 15-minute break in the morning and afternoon.

Places are limited with the course capped at 25 participants and require a minimum number of 10 participants.

Daily session timings are from 10am GMT.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/behaviour-change/advanced-modules-behaviour-change

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Early Bird Low Middle Income Countries, Univerity, 3rd & Public Sector.£200.00[Read More]
2) Early Bird Universities, 3rd Sectors, Small Enterprises & Start- Ups (1-49).£320.00[Read More]
3) Early Bird Public Sector & Medium Enterprises (50-249).£400.00[Read More]
4) Early Bird Large Enterprises (250+).£640.00[Read More]
CBC Online Training Programme: Principles & Practice

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

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, 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

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]
4) Large Enterprises (250+).£3755.00[Read More]
CST Training 2022

F66 Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) Training with Dr Helen Donovan October 2024

Description

Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) Training with Dr Helen Donovan

Online course 

 

Tuesday 22nd October 2024, 9:00 – 3.45 BST

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.

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

F66 Endings & Beginnings Conference Saturday 30 November to Sunday 1 December 2024

Description

This UCL Conference examines the psychology of beginnings and endings in psychoanalytic depth.

Tickets for the clinical seminars taking place on the evening of Friday 29 November will need to be added to your booking when purchasing a main conference ticket. The clinical seminars are closed groups, and available to those attending the main conference.

The evening clinical seminars will take place in various locations. Please look carefully at the seminar leader names to check which seminars will take place in person. Space is limited for the clinical seminars so early booking is advised to avoid disappointment.

Booking for the main conference and clinical seminars will close 12.00 (GMT) on Thursday 28 November 2024. 

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/psychoanalysis/events/2024/nov/endings-and-beginnings

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Standard In Person.£190.00[Read More]
2) Concession In Person.£140.00[Read More]
3) Full-time Student In Person.£60.00[Read More]
4) Substantive UCL Psychoanalysis Unit Staff In Person.£0.00[Read More]
5) Standard Online.£140.00[Read More]
6) Concession Online.£90.00[Read More]
7) Full-time Students Online.£40.00[Read More]
8) Substantive UCL Psychoanalysis Unit Staff Online.£0.00[Read More]
Conference

F66 Freud in the 21st Century Cultural Clinical & Scientific Perspectives

Description

Booking for the main conference will close 12.00pm (BST) on Friday 20 September 2024.

If you would like to request a certificate of attendance or payment receipt, please note that you will be able to do so using the conference feedback form after the conference.

By proceeding with this booking, you understand that we will process the personal information that we collect from you in accordance with this Privacy Policy: Event Attendee Privacy Notice | Psychoanalysis Unit - UCL – University College London 

More information can be found here

 

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/psychoanalysis/events/2024/sep/freud-21st-century-cultural-clinical-and-scientific-perspectives

Attendee CategoryCost   
1) Standard Ticket.£140.00[Read More]
2) Concession Ticket.£80.00[Read More]
3) Full-time Student Ticket.£50.00[Read More]
Conference

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

Description

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.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/psychoanalysis/events/2024/jun/knowing-what-psychoanalysts-do-and-doing-what-psychoanalysts-know

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]

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