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The health psych team is sending our best wishes to colleague Krishna Bhatti who will be presenting her research at next week’s BPS Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference. Krishna’s poster will present findings from her pilot of a culturally adapted theoretically based intervention to increase physical activity and healthy eating behaviours in South Asian communities. Krishna did this work as part of her Professional Doctorate in Health Psychology.
If you check out the academic programme for the conference you’ll get a sense of the wide range of topics covered by health psychology.
Just heading home after an enjoyable (but rather hot) day facilitating the motivational interviewing behaviour change workshop. Thank you very much to all involved. Links to online forum, videos and evaluation to follow. Here’s a short video to whet your appetite meantime…
Nice results from our Health Behaviour Change Workshop on Thursday. Participants’ confidence in their knowledge and skills in applying cognitive behavioural approaches to physical health problems increased across the board. More details to follow.
Thank you VERY much to everyone who took part. Will be emailing you some follow-up materials soon.
Looking forward to meeting those of you who will be attending our Health Behaviour Change Workshop on Cognitive Behavioural Approaches tomorrow.
The health psychology team in Psychology & Behavioural Sciences at Coventry University offer health behaviour change workshops to provide continuing professional development for psychologists and other professionals. At present we offer training in the following areas:
- Cognitive behavioural coaching in health 16th May
- Motivational interviewing 20th June
- Mindfulness, acceptance and commitment approaches to health and illness 4th September
- Intervention mapping (designing health behaviour change interventions) 11th September
Bespoke versions of these workshops can be provided for interested groups and organisations. If interested, please contact email@example.com