This half-day workshop is for people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic populations (BAME) who are interested in a career in clinical psychology. It includes inspirational talks from people at different stages of the career pathway, from current trainees to experienced clinical psychologists. Themes include why diversity is important in the profession and how to increase your prospects of getting on to a clinical psychology training programme. The keynote speaker is Dr. Gillian Nightall, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Consultant Family Therapist from the Warneford Hospital, Oxford.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is very limited parking at the venue and parking in central Oxford is limited and expensive. Attendees are strongly encouraged to use public transport or one of the Oxford Park and Ride schemes.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please contact Dr David Dean, Admissions Tutor, The Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Why is this event restricted to people from BAME communities?
People from BAME communities are underrepresented in the profession of clinical psychology. This event is part of a programme of activities at the Oxford Institute of Clinical Psychology Training to support and encourage people from underrepresented groups into the profession. If you are not from a BAME community and interested in a career in clinical psychology, please check out our website www.oxicpt.co.uk for further information.