Division of Counselling Psychology

DCoP subsidised Trainings- Special rate for DCoP members

Free for In-Training Members  

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Neuropsychology Workshops

Please take a look at these up to date and affordable training courses. Follow the links for further information.

Please note places are limited to 20 per course and offered on a first come basis, and a separate booking is required for each workshop you wish to attend. If you have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to get in touch by return email or by contacting the event hotline on 01332 224506.
 

Neuropsychology training session 1 Brain anatomy and physiology on 24/09/18

https://www.kc-jones.co.uk/neuro20182-1

Neuropsychology training session 2 Cognitive assessment on 04/10/18

https://www.kc-jones.co.uk/neuro20182-2
 

Neuropsychology training session 3 Normal, abnormal and assessment of memory on 05/10/18:

https://www.kc-jones.co.uk/neuro20182-3
 

Neurospychology training session 4  Going further into Neurological assessment, putting it all together on 18/10/18:

https://www.kc-jones.co.uk/neuro20182-4

Administering and Interpreting WAIS-IV 13/03/18:

https://www.bps.org.uk/events/psychometrics-using-and-interpreting-wechsler-ability-measures-focus-wais-iv
http://www.kc-jones.co.uk/dcopmeasures2018

 

Events

 

Interdivisional event focused on Trauma:

 

DCoP-Scotland is one of five Scottish divisions contributing to a joint CPD event on the subject of trauma.  This interdivisional event looks at trauma through a selection of topics presented from the perspectives of clinical, forensic, health, occupational and counselling psychology.

 

Speakers include Adam Mahoney, Dr Zoe Chouliara, Dr Noreen Tehrani, Dr Liza Morton and Dr Sandra Ferguson who will cover:

 

- The impact of adverse childhood and lifetime experiences for

individuals in prisons, the challenges this presents and future

directions.

 

- The clinical implications of trust for recovering from trauma and adversity

 

- Dealing with workplace trauma and the benefits of knowing about this

for psychologists from different backgrounds

 

- Preventing medical trauma for people living with a heart condition

from birth – polyvagal theory perspective

 

- Steps towards a Trauma informed Scotland and the role of

psychologists from different areas of practice in this.

 

The event takes place at the A K Bell Library in Perth on Friday 5th October, and is free to BPS members.  For more details and booking please go to :

 

http://www.bps.org.uk/DOPS-RespondingtoTrauma-5Oct


 

 

 

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bme-voices-talk-mental-health-conference-tickets-49013773516