Psychology Chartered

New!!! Risks of Social Media and Internet Use

Posted by Lexi Nye

1st November 2018

We are delighted to announce a new forthcoming training event for 2019: Risks of Social Media and Internet Use on the 29th January 2019.  This training event will be held at our Havant premises and is targeted at case managers and team leaders. It will provide up to date information, advice and discussion regarding the risks presented by More…

The Reality of Adolescent Substance Misuse.

Posted by Ellen Shaw

18th July 2018

I recently attended a workshop aimed at offering an introduction to common substance misuse and New Psychoactive Substances, organised by The Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH). Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Dr Dhakras, offered an insight into just how common substance use is among adolescents. According to recent surveys the most widely More…

“Working with Clients Who Display Challenging Behaviour” Training for Support Workers

Posted by Elliot Miller

29th June 2018

We are delighted to announce that – due to high demand – our “Working with Clients Who Display Challenging Behaviour” training for support workers will take place again on Tuesday 9th October 2018, 10.00am – 4.00pm at our office in Havant (for directions please click here). The training is designed to target the very specific and often challenging aspects of More…

“Working With Clients Who Display Challenging Behaviour Training” Receives Positive Feedback

Posted by Elliot Miller

19th June 2018

On Tuesday 12th June, Psychology Chartered delivered “Working with Clients Who Display Challenging Behaviour” training to 5 brain injury support workers from across the South and South East. The full day training – led by Dr Richard Maddicks (Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist), Paul Walshe (Assistant Psychologist) and Elliot Miller (Assistant Psychologist) – focused on the meaning of challenging behaviour within the More…

My Experiences of Finding Employment

Posted by Elliot Miller

24th May 2018

By Nathan Harper I am 20 years old and I live in Portsmouth on the south coast of England.  I live with my Mum and younger brother. I am currently working at Blake Morgan solicitors fortnightly on a Wednesday and here at Psychology Chartered every other Friday. I do most of my work on a More…

Can Virtual Reality Be Used To Effectively Treat Anxiety?

Posted by Paul

20th November 2017

By Caitlin Rutherford Virtual reality programmes could be the next form of treatment for a multitude of anxiety related problems. From a fear of heights to social anxiety, could virtual reality really be used to treat these problems effectively? VR works to treat anxiety and phobias by creating a scenario in which people have to More…

Psychology Chartered to Launch Assistant Group

Posted by Elliot Miller

11th October 2017

Hello! I’m Elliot, the new Assistant Psychologist here at Psychology Chartered. We are an independent clinical psychology service, providing specialist assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for adults with a neuropsychological condition. I am launching an Assistant Psychologist Group to be held at our office in Havant. But before I tell you about the group, I thought More…

Team Leader & Senior Support Worker Mentoring

Posted by Paul

19th April 2017

Managing the day to day running of a care team is no easy task. Ensuring the client is well supported and able to positively access the world around them in a safe and enjoyable manner, whilst it may sound straightforward is often anything but. At Psychology Chartered we recognise the need to provide team leaders More…

Team Leader Event Well Received

Posted by Paul

19th April 2017

Last month saw Psychology Chartered run its first Team Leader Peer Support Event which was well attended from professionals across the South. The session was interactive with attendees asked to participate in a number of case studies and it was great to have so much experience in the room with lots of interesting debate around More…

World Mental Health Day 2016 – Mental Health First Aid

Posted by Charlotte

10th October 2016

Today, the 10th of October marks world mental health day. This year, the focus set by the World Mental Health Foundation is on mental health first aid. What is Mental Health Fist Aid?  – Firstly, you should definitely have a look at our super informative and interesting blog post on mental health first-aiders in the More…