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Posted On: 19 January 2022
“Usually I feel that I am the puppet and my voices are pulling the strings so it felt good to be the puppet master and control the puppet” (group member 2017)
Posted On: 06 January 2022
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) is a trauma therapy can be used in conjunction with psychotherapy, including art, music, dance and dramatherapy; to help address blocks, phobias, anxiety and clinical PTSD. This course is aimed at those who are not trained in or using EMDR in their practice, yet. The course will provide an insight into EMDR methods and information about trainings as well as how it can be integrated to arts therapy practices.
Posted On: 16 December 2021
Announced on 15th December 2021 is the Psychological Professions Workforce Plan for England with a Priority Action Annexe. This plan will support the expansion of the psychological professions workforce at an unprecedented rate, by approximately 10,500 posts by 2024 (60% growth) to meet the psychological needs of service users, carers and families.
Posted On: 08 December 2021
Key Messages from the Coalition Against Conversion Therapy.
Posted On: 02 December 2021
This is the November edition of AHPs Listen.
Posted On: 29 November 2021
This UK strategic framework was produced jointly by the Allied Health Professions Federation (AHPF) and HSC Public Health Agency Northern Ireland, Public Health England, Scottish Government, Welsh Government and Welsh Therapies Advisory Committee.
Posted On: 24 November 2021
LARA MANWARING CASTING is a company that finds people for film & TV. Previous projects worked on include the Channel 4 series Top Boy. They are currently looking for someone to play a supporting role in a fictional BBC feature film about mental health. The aim is to be authentic, positive and to avoid stigma.
Posted On: 18 November 2021
We are delighted that Queen Margaret Hospital in Edinburgh is now offering an MSc in Dramatherapy! We would like to thank BADth members, Stephanie Turner and Suzanne Aitkin for their work on this.
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