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Promoting Excellence In Psychological Health & Wellbeing

Psychological Professions Week 2021

15 Nov

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Psychological Professions Network (PPN) is hosting its second free conference from the 15th-19th November 2021 this year!

This is a virtual week of sessions, featuring presentations from a wide range of practitioners in the field. This is one of the few opportunities for the whole of the psychological professions community to come together and build morale after the challenges we have all faced in the last year. We are giving you the opportunity to take some time for yourself and come together with colleagues, experts by experience, and other members of the public to discuss and learn about what is happening across England to deliver the PPN’s vision: Put People First, Transform Our Communities, Make All Health Psychological, Unite and Diversify the Psychological Professions, and Transform and Innovate.

The topics covered will include issues of pressing importance right now, such as Children and Adolescents’ Mental Health Following the Pandemic – What we Can do to Help, and Growing Leadership Talents in the Psychological Professions, with a must-see introduction from Dr Lisa Cameron (MP). If you want to be involved and contribute to the future of the Psychological Professions, you will not want to miss this week! You can attend as many or as few sessions as you wish.

To view the week’s programme and to register please follow the link: https://ppn2021.com/.

We look forward to you joining us on the week of the 15th November 2021!

See below for an overview of the week: 

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