Our mission is to inform, enable and influence NHS commissioned healthcare to maximise the benefits of the psychological professions for the public. It provides a regional structure through which national strategy for psychological professions can be enabled and implemented.
Join us for free, and as a member, you will benefit from the following:
- Joining a community of psychological professionals, and other key stakeholders, working across your region in NHS commissioned services and higher education institutions;
- Keeping up to date with regional and national psychological professions news, events and current issues through a regular newsletter and the Psychological Professions Network website;
- Influencing workforce development and contributing to decision making on current and future policy and service development at regional and national level;
- Sharing good practice and clinical excellence;
- Learning about research and innovation in psychological practice;
- Developing leadership skills.
The PPN seeks to bring together all practitioners, managers, commissioners and educators, in collaboration with experts by experience, involved in psychological services and training across each region.
Whichever psychological profession you are, whether you work with children, adults or another population, whether you are in training or qualified, or a manager, commissioner, educator, or an expert by experience, we welcome your contribution.
Being a member of the network is free, and will help join up all the psychological professions with other key stakeholders by being part of a broader community. It can help in developing policy and services, promoting clinical excellence, research and innovation. You can help by giving a bigger joined up voice to the psychological professions workforce. Read more about how to become a member here.