OXICPT provides high quality training for pre and post qualification clinical psychologists, and all allied health professionals
What is the Open Module?
Speakers will present on a range of topics relevant to those working in applied psychology. The invited speaker presents for 30-45 minutes, followed by a discussion (approx. 15 minutes). After the presentation attendees are invited to partake in light refreshments and the opportunity for informal discussion.
Who is the Open Module for?
The module is named ‘open’ as it is open to all health care professionals. Furthermore the topics covered are open to suggestion (please do not hesitate to contact Dr Nargis Islam if there are suggestions for future topics: firstname.lastname@example.org). There is an emphasis on topics that are not covered within the existing academic programme on the three-year doctoral programme. In a commitment to Continuing Professional Development, the Oxford Doctoral Course in Clinical Psychology support the financial costs of the event.
Where and when does the Open Module take place?
There will be approximately three presentations each term (Tuesdays 5:15-6:15). The Open Module is usually held in Seminar Room 1 at the Isis Education Centre at the Warneford Hospital, Oxford. Space limits the number of possible places so please contact Angela Fox if you would like to attend - Telephone: 01865 226431 or email: email@example.com
Please see the Home and Events pages on this website for upcoming presentations
For more information or ideas for future presentations please contact Dr Nargis Islam (firstname.lastname@example.org)
NEUROPSYCHOLOGY REFRESHER FUNDAMENTALS FOR NON-NEUROPSYCHOLOGISTS 17th MAY 2017
NEUROPSCHOLOGICALLY INFORMED THERAPY IN MENTAL HEALTH SETTINGS 18th MAY 2017
We are pleased to announce these one day workshops which are open for applications to attend for either day or two days.
The first workshop on the 17th May aims to provide an update on the fundamentals of clinical neuropsychological functions, assessment and interpretation and their application to clinical practice in a range of settings and across the lifespan. Please click on the flyer for further information.
The second workshop on the 18th May provides an update from leading Clinical Neuropsychologists, Clinical Psychologists and researchers within the fields of Mental Health and Neuropsychology. It includes sessions on the neuropsychology of anxiety, affective disorders and psychosis together with sessions on neuropsychologically informed therapy, adaptations to psychological therapy and working with clients with theory of mind difficulties. Please see the flyer for further details.
Application form for both events.
For more information please contact our administrator: Karen.email@example.com or tel:01865 226431
Accommodation information is available on request.
Post Graduate Certificate in Supervision of Applied Psychological Practice
The Post-graduate Certificate in Supervision of Applied Psychological Practice is a 1 year, part-time course, validated by the University of Oxford. It is aimed at qualified professionals working in health, education, social care and organisational contexts who use psychological principles in their work, and want to develop their supervision skills.
All professions who use psychological ideas in their professional and supervisory work are eligible to apply. Deadline for applications is the 30th June 2017.
The course will run for a year from October 2017 to September 2018, and will comprise 12 modules, held monthly at the Isis Education Centre, Warneford Hospital, Oxford. Apart from two 2-day modules in October and November 2017, all modules will involve 1-day taught and skills based sessions, and ongoing supervisory practice at your place of work. Please see attached leaflet and flyer for more information.
The programme is run by staff at the Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training, which has an excellent record of training and research in the field of supervision. Fees for 2017 are £3,257.
For more information and an application form, please contact Dr Sue Clohessy, Course Director PG Cert in Supervision of Applied Psychological Practice (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Angela Fox, Academic and PG Cert Administrator (email@example.com).
INTERNATIONAL ROUTE SUPPORT PROGRAMME
The International Route Support (IRS) Programme run by the Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training (OXICPT) is specifically designed to support psychologists pursuing registration as a Clinical Psychologist through the HCPCs International Route.Find out more