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Launch of PHE Every Mind Matters campaign

Launch of PHE Every Mind Matters Campaign Von Lerse & Partners is proud to be part of Public Health England’s new mental health campaign “Every Mind Matters”. Like Public Health England, von Lerse & Partner supports people to care for their mental health and wellbeing. We are excited to offer, together with Public Health England, tools that seek to tackle common mental health challenges, offer practical tips and signpost wider resources to promote Wellbeing.
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StressLess© Workshops

StressLess© Workshops StressLess© Workshops Spaces 23-25 Queensway Hemel Hempstead HP1 1LS Until the 5.12.19 Ute runs, bi-weekly, free short workshop around stress and gives tips and tricks for counteracting it. AVAILABLE UNTIL 5/12/2019 01442 383831 Book: adminhemel@spacelettings.com For directions click here Read more click here
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Ute Liersch gets Congratulations

Ute Liersch gets congratulations Ute Liersch gets Congratulations to fourth year DPsych student, Ute Liersch, who won the Student-Practitioner Award at the International Meaning Conference (IMEC) 2019. Liersch 's presentation, based on her doctoral research, was entitled ‘The meanings of chronic pain acceptance’. Chronic pain management programmes are a widespread and valuable form of group therapy within the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom, said Dr Isabel Henton, Head of Regent’s DPsych Counselling Psychology programme. ‘One core aim of these programmes is to help people work towards acceptance of their chronic pain condition. Ute's research explores understandings of the
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Looking at dyslexia through the eyes of a dyslexic

Looking at dyslexia through the eyes of a dyslexic: New book available now Chapter 9 in Leadership and Diversity in Psychology “Shackles far beyond the written word” Extract: Why is it so difficult for a person with dyslexia, dyspraxia, and dyscalculia to enter higher education—even to work in academia? Is it because dyslexia support is not sufficient? It is because we are not intelligent or motivated enough? Ute Liersch critically considers these questions by investigating the genesis of dyslexia, by exploring the helpfulness and hindrances of a diagnosis of dyslexia, and by challenging the non-dyslexic reader's assumptions. She invites us
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