Find out about forthcoming events in the Department of Health and Social Sciences.
- 'Is it just me or is something wrong with the world?'
Have you ever asked yourself this question: 'Is it just me... or is something wrong with this world?' Join us for our first event of the 2014 academic year where academics, students and the general public come together in a relaxed setting to consider the above statement.
- Poetry in Therapy: Group bibliotherapy and therapeutic creative writing with clients recovering from eating disorders
This is a talk by Christine E Ramsey-Wade CPsychol AFBPsS who trained as an existential counselling psychologist after many years of reading, writing, studying and performing poetry. More recently, she has also pursued training as an ACT therapist and a mindfulness teacher. She is currently working at The Priory Hospital in Bristol and as a Senior Lecturer in Counselling Psychology at UWE Bristol.
- Child, Youth and Family Disability Research Network
This South West and Wales regional network was formed out of the last 'Children, Young People, Families and Disability Conference: Building Understandings' held at the University of the West of England in partnership with Manchester Metropolitan University. Its aim is to help us share our priorities, identify and develop research projects and teams to build our understandings and respond to the experiences of disabled children, young people and their families.
This is a free knowledge cafe event.
- Counselling and Psychology Postgraduate Open Evening
Come along to our Postgraduate Counselling and Psychology open evening and find out more about the exciting range of courses we offer within this area.
- Why Does Everyone Hate Social Workers?
In this session practitioners, academics, service users and members of the public will consider how social work in the UK has come to attract critical media attention and a mixed public reputation, what impact this has on the effectiveness of the profession and what might be done about it.