June 8 Brighton Flyer for ‘The Wellbeing of the Psychology and Psychological Therapy Workforce’

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My Chairs Report for the Annual General Meeting of the South East Branch of the Division of Clinical Psychology April 16 2018

Chairs Report Over the last year we have concentrated on keeping a viable branch up and running. The ongoing problems between the DCP and our parent body the BPS and the emergence of two new psychology related bodies – the … Continue reading

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  2016 – A defining year for Clinical Psychology, the British Psychological Society and the Division of Clinical Division. 

New Year message from Richard Pemberton – British Psychological Society, Division of Clinical Psychology Chair, on behalf of the DCP UK Executive committee. This year across all four nations and care groups clinical psychology will continue to be a significant … Continue reading

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Stepping it Up -Slides from my presentation at the 40th birthday celebrations of the Exeter Clinical Psychology Programme

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My Chairs Clinical Psychology Forum copy for Feb 2106 due to Xmas and problems with time and space it was not possible to publish this copy in full.

Please Vote You should have received the call for nominations for a number of key DCP national executive positions.The next few years are going to be a defining time for clinical psychology, the DCP and the BPS. We need really … Continue reading

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British Psychological Society, Division of Clinical Psychology, Chairs Report to the 2015 Annual General Meeting

  The division enters its 50th birthday year in good heart, with high levels of member engagement, partnership working, effective leadership and a heathy bank balance. Across all four nations and care groups we continue to be a significant force … Continue reading

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Racism, Psychology and Diversity: Progress and Prospects – slides

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