Sexual oppression and its impact on mental health and well being: implications for psychology and psychotherapy

29 October 2016 9:30 - 29 October 2016 16:30 Add to Calendar 29-10-2016 09:30:00 29-10-2016 16:30:00 36 Sexual oppression and its impact on mental health and well being: implications for psychology and psychotherapy Regent's University London, Tuke Cinema DD/MM/YYYY

Reflections Research Centre Annual One-Day Conference: Sexual oppression and its impact on mental health and well being: implications for psychology and psychotherapy

Who should attend?

  • Psychotherapists, counsellors, and psychologists
  • Students of psychotherapy and psychology
  • Academics and researchers
  • Universities and FE colleges
  • Education authorities
  • Social services
  • Community safety teams
  • Community support officers
  • Criminal justice practitioners
  • Equality and diversity practitioners
  • Anti-social behaviour coordinators
  • Family justice centres
  • Family protection units
  • Health service professionals
  • Outreach and support teams
  • Community and voluntary organisations

Keynote speakers

Professor Brett Kahr and Professor Martin Milton with invited speakers Dr Terence Nice, Candice Rakusin, Dr Andrew Smith and Dr Rachel Thomas, chaired and convened by Professor John Nuttall and Dr Maria Luca. 

 

This conference provides 7 hours of CPD 

Ticket Information

Book early to benefit from our early bird discount. Please note that we have extended the early bird discount for just a few more days

Regent’s staff, students and RSPP professional members: £50 (£40 if received by 10 October 2016)

Public: £85 (£75 if received by 10 October 2016)

Non-Regent’s students: £60 (£50 if received by 10 October 2016)

 

Please book your place here: store.regents.ac.uk

For more information, please visit: www.regents.ac.uk/pcprconference

View online or download the conference flyer

 

Should you have any questions, please contact Shirley Paul at pauls@regents.ac.uk

 

Accessibility

If you have any queries about accessibility prior to visiting the university please contact us before arriving. Staff will liaise with the Disability Officer if required.

 

Regent’s University London has no connection with Regent University of Virginia USA

 

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