Safeguarding Children & Young People: Every Psychologist’s Responsibility


25/10/2018 - 25/10/2018


9:00AM - 5:00PM


Conference Hall - Main Building, Stranmillis University College, Stranmillis Rd, Belfast BT9 5DY


Free - Registration required

The BPS launched a model of understanding this complex and challenging area. Our conference shall consider the model through the following presentations: 

Safeguarding Children and Young People: Every Psychologist’s Responsibility. ‘Thinking the Unthinkable’
Dr Liz McMonagle, AFBPs, one of the document’s authors

Alienation Appraisals Mediate the Relationships between Childhood Trauma and Multiple Markers of Posttraumatic Stress
Dr Ryan Mitchell, Southern Trust

Policing Incidents of Domestic Abuse Involving Children: Children and Police Officer’s Experiences
Dr Annemarie Millar, School of Social Sciences, education and Social Work QUB 

Shame and Guilt in Non-offending Parents of Children who have been Sexually Abused
Dr Dympna Browne, Belfast Trust

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Awareness and Regional Role Out”
Ms Noreen McBride, Service Manager for Aim to Change Service and Regional Lead for ACE

The Society’s publication related to this conference can be downloaded here:


Calling for oral (5 minutes presentations) and poster
Submission deadline is midnight on Sunday 15 July 2018

For more information please here

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