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Division of Clinical Psychology South East Coast Branch AGM and Annual Conference 2015

Clinical Psychology in 2025

9.30-16.30, Friday 20th March 2015 at Friends Meeting House, Brighton

Where will clinical psychology be in 2025?
How will our roles look different in ten years’ time?
What are some of the opportunities that lie ahead and what are some of the challenges?

Our annual conference and AGM will explore answers to these questions within three themes. Within each theme we will hear brief talks from key figures and this will be followed by a discussion and debate between speakers and with the audience. We hope that this will make for a lively day that is a good mix of visionary ideas for 2025, discussion and debate and will help to set the course for the next ten years.

The three themes are:

Theme 1:Clinical Psychology Career Development. In this theme we will hear about what clinical psychology training might look like in 2025 and we will explore some of the roles that clinical psychologists are likely to be performing in ten years’ time.

Theme 2: Lived Experience Involvement and Co-production. This theme will present a vision of lived experience involvement and co-production in 2025, building on work that is already happening nationally and in the region and looking forward to how this might evolve over the next ten years.

Theme 3: Diagnosis and Formulation. In this theme we will hear about the advantages and disadvantages of the diagnostic system, possible alternatives to diagnosis and how diagnosis and formulation within health services may look different in ten years’ time.

Currently confirmed speakers include the following. A full programme will be circulated nearer the time of the conference:

Ruth Chandler (Lead for Lived Experience Involvement in Research, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust)
Anne Cooke (Principal Lecturer, Salomons Clinical Psychology Training Course)
Jane Edmonds (Professional Lead for Psychology and Psychological Therapies, Learning Disability Services, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust)
Rick Fraser (Consultant Psychiatrist, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust)
Jo Hemmingfield (DCP England Lead for Service User and Carer Partnership Working)
Laura Lea (Lived Experience Coordinator, Salomons Clinical Psychology Training Course & Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust)
John McGowan (Academic Director, Salomons Clinical Psychology Training Course)
Richard Pemberton (DCP UK Chair)
Sara Meddings Psychology and Psychological Therapies Consultant Lead for Recovery and Wellbeing, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Adrian WhittingtonDirector of Education and Training, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Louise Patmore Senior Peer Recovery Trainer, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Kate Hunt Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Simon Daniels Specialist Counsellor, Hastings and Rother Community Learning Disability Team
Tracy Farmer Peer Trainer, Learning Disability Recovery Course, Hastings

If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 224506

Agenda

Friday 20th March 2015

09:30Registration
10:00Welcome - Clara Strauss DCP South East Coast Chair
10:00National DCP Update Richard Pemberton UK Chair, DCP and Jo Hemmingfield, Service User and Carer UK Lead, DCP
10:30Theme 1: Training and career development
11:30Refreshment Break
12:00Theme 2: Co-production and involvement
13:00Lunch & AGM
13:45Theme 3: Diagnosis and formulation (part 1)
14:45Refreshment Break
15:15Theme 3 cont.: Diagnosis and formulation (part 2)
16:15Final remarks
16:30Close

Venue

Friends Meeting House

Ship Street , Brighton , BN1 1AF •  Website•  Directions

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