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  • Prof Stephen Palmer interviews Dr Siobha...
    by Stephen Palmer on December 7, 2015 at 11:11 AM
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    Prof Stephen Palmer interviews Dr Siobhain O'Riordan at the Coaching at Work Onwards and Upwards Conference, London, July, 2015.

  • Coaching and Psychotherapy Pt 1 of 3
    by Tom Krapu on February 16, 2015 at 3:53 PM
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    Tom Krapu, PhD, PCC presents to the Denver Coach Federation on the distinctions between life and executive coaching and psychotherapy. Emphasizing the historical, philosophical and ontological distinctions, this presentation clarifies the fundamental distinction between the coaching and psychotherapy paradigms. (3/17/2011)

  • The Generic Cognitive Model
    by Stephen Palmer on July 7, 2012 at 7:51 AM
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    In this clip from a recent 3-day workshop at Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dr. Aaron Beck first describes the generic cognitive model and explains how it can be adapted to a number of different disorders. Then Dr. Beck illustrates the application of CBT to panic disorder and chronic fatigue syndrome? just two examples of the many disorders to which CBT is effectively applied.

  • The Roots of Psychological Disorder
    by Stephen Palmer on July 7, 2012 at 7:46 AM
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    1st Discussion with Drs. Bohm, Hidley & Sheldrake, Ojai, California, 16 April 1982. More videos go to www.jkrishnamurti.org

  • Action Learning Sets: A psychological ap...
    by Stephen Palmer on July 7, 2012 at 7:27 AM
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    Action Learning Set: A Psychological Approach promotional video was recorded by the Science & Practice Strategy Group of the BPS Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP), in a documentary style format. The actual Science & Practice event was designed to promote not only the psychological application of 'Action Learning Sets' but to act as a catalyst to promote future events. An 'Action Learning Set' (ALS) is a structured way of reflecting and learning. It usually consists of 6-8 people, who commit to work together over a period of time to discuss workplace issues. Set members have an opportunity to introduce a challenge they are facing in the workplace. The Action Learning Set group helps to work on the problem through supportive but challenging questioning, by encouraging members to gain a deeper understanding of the issue. Members then put into practice their solutions and report back to the Action Learning Set group at a follow-up session. Set meetings are usually self-managed or preferably facilitated by an experienced facilitator. 'Action learning Sets' are becoming hugely popular as they are seen as a cost-effective way of developing people. The session was championed by DOP (2009) Science & Practice Convener, Kajal Ruparell. The session was led by Paul Phillips, an Occupational Psychologist & a Leadership & Management Development Specialist with Guest Speaker Antonia Dietmann, DOP (2010) Chair, who spoke about her experiences at the Ministry of Defence (MOD). Tinu Cornish, DOP (2012) Committee Member & Occupational Psychologist provided insightful comments as an audience member. The focus for the (ALS) event was on the following: ?Background and theoretical model behind Action Learning ?Key skills required to facilitate an Action Learning Set ?Practice session The session also included networking opportunities and light refreshments. For future events please e-mail [email protected] or contact the DOP's (2012) Science & Practice Strategy Group Convenor, Alan Bourne at [email protected] for further details.

  • Professor Binna Kandola: Psychology & Et...
    by Stephen Palmer on July 7, 2012 at 7:10 AM
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    Professor Kandola focuses on ethnicity in 'practice', specifically, how bias operates in organisations. He covers neuropsychological research and its role on implicit associations, how the way we socialise and interact in the workplace impacts on minority group members and how stereotyping and assumptions not only impact decisions but also the behaviour of minority group members themselves at work.

  • Professor Binna Kandola: Psychology & Et...
    by Stephen Palmer on July 7, 2012 at 7:10 AM
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    Professor Kandola focuses on ethnicity in 'practice', specifically, how bias operates in organisations. He covers neuropsychological research and its role on implicit associations, how the way we socialise and interact in the workplace impacts on minority group members and how stereotyping and assumptions not only impact decisions but also the behaviour of minority group members themselves at work.

  • Sport psychology across the globe
    by Stephen Palmer on July 7, 2012 at 7:07 AM
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    Dave Shaw interviews Professor Sandy Gordon to find out more about psychology across the globe.

  • Multicultural Competence
    by Stephen Palmer on July 7, 2012 at 7:01 AM
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    In this presentation on Multicultural Competence various concepts such as multicultural awareness and competence, diversity, acculturation and assimilation are discussed relative to the assessment and delivery of services to mental health clients.

  • Multicultural Counseling - Asian America...
    by Stephen Palmer on July 7, 2012 at 6:57 AM
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    Multicultural Counseling - Asian Americans

  • Cross-cultural Counselling
    by Stephen Palmer on July 7, 2012 at 6:55 AM
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    Cross-cultural Counselling

  • Transcultural Counselling and Psychother...
    by Stephen Palmer on July 7, 2012 at 6:50 AM
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    We enjoyed interviewing Colin Lago about his new book "The Handbook of Transcultural Counselling and Psychotherapy". This new book is a seminal work which brings together recent critical thinking and research and the exploration of the impact of different cultural heritages upon potential clients and therapists. Colin's passion is for working with transcultural experiences in therapy and this has meant that he has worked tirelessly around the globe facilitating thousands of practitioners to think about their own work and their capacity to be with difference in the therapy room. The interview is an opportunity to get a taste of Colin's passion for this work and to think about the implications for counselling training and our work as practitioners. There will also be space to share in the experience by putting your questions to Colin. This event will be the first in a series on Transcultural Counselling and Psychotherapy where we hope to interview many of the authors who have contributed to the book. Colin Lago was Director of the Counselling Service at the University of Sheffield from 1987 -- 2003. He now works as an independent counsellor, trainer, supervisor and consultant. Trained initially as an engineer, Colin went on to become a full time youth worker in London and then a teacher in Jamaica. He is a Fellow of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, an accredited counsellor and trainer and UKRC registered practitioner.


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