Posted: 17 June 2013
This event enables graduating postgraduate students to showcase their work and has become a highlight of the departments calendar.
Dr Diane Bray, Head of Department, welcomed guests and added that “the event gets better every year.” She said, “The expo is a celebration of the visual and performing arts and the link with therapeutic practice. I want to thank the students for sharing their personal journeys with us.”
Dr Bray thanked the event organisers including Jonathan Isserow and Sarah Wissing. The event included exhibitions and performances by Art Psychotherapy, Dance Movement Psychotherapy, Dramatherapy, Music Therapy and Play Therapy students and was attended by over 200 guests.
New research shows people confident in their social position are more tolerant towards others in disagreements
New research conducted by Dr Nikhila Mahadevan from the Department of Psychology shows that people who are confident in their social position are more likely to be accepting of viewpoints differing from their own.
Posted: 9 April 2018
Protocol published for study evaluating the benefits of school counselling
The protocol utilised for studying the benefits of professional school-based counsellors in supporting young people experiencing emotional issues has recently been released. This three year £835,000 study has established a dedicated counselling service in 18 London secondary schools.
Posted: 15 March 2018
Pioneering study helps people with schizophrenia control brain activity
New research shows people with schizophrenia can train themselves to control brain regions linked to verbal hallucinations, using an MRI scanner and a computerised rocket game.
Posted: 13 February 2018