Psychology and Psychotherapy Workshops Webinars and Events Calendar

Psychology & Psychotherapy Workshops, Webinars & Events Calendar

Therapy workshops can be very useful, being a therapist means that you are constantly evolving, exploring, learning, and understanding the world of human psychotherapy and psychology with the aim of improving your mental health approaches and helping clients face and deal with their issues in the most effective way possible.

These types of events are a great way to connect with experts in the fields that you are interested in and want to know more about. Sometimes the logical next step on this journey may be to seek out workshops, webinars, podcasts, and therapeutic events that will help you focus on specific concepts in a particular course of study, or on the development of a particular skill.

Therapy workshops cover a wide range of therapy modalities and approaches are often informal and interactive. Trainers and therapists have the chance to take part in discussions, presentations, debates, or hands-on demonstrations to engage with new ideas and techniques.

While many academic courses may take a long time to complete, therapy workshops are time-limited and self-contained. All the information you need is presented during a workshop, so additional reading or homework outside of the event is not required.

We are big advocates of helping therapists connect with in-person events that are based on the participants’ direct involvement. Attending them is an opportunity to meet, learn from, and interact with renowned international experts. Below are some of our recommended therapy workshops and events (and anything else that might be useful) that are upcoming. We do hope you find them of interest.

Neurodiversity in the Workplace Conference

January 31st 2024 (Wednesday)

Event Type: In-person & Online

With: Various Guests

Time: Fri: 09:30 – 15.45

Location: 20 Cavendish Square, London W1G 0RN (also recorded and live streamed via a custom digital platform)

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1 in 7 people in the UK are neurodivergent, representing a large proportion of the workforce.

It is more important than ever to create inclusive workspaces that enable neurodivergent individuals to thrive and achieve their full potential. Studies show that having neurodivergent employees can increase the overall productivity of teams by 30-40 per cent. Creativity, out-of-the box thinking and great attention to detail are only few of the strengths that neurodivergent employees bring to the table. As it is, the neurodivergent individuals remain an untapped talent pool.

According to the National Autistic Society, 45% of neurodivergent people have lost or left their job because of challenges due to being misunderstood. Employers, by law, are required to provide reasonable adjustments for neurodivergent employees.

Join Westminster Insight’s Neurodiversity in the Workplace Conference for expert guidance on creating inclusive strategies that prioritise inclusion, wellbeing and support neurodivergent employees.


What will you learn?

At the completion of this training, you will be able to:

  • Understanding neurodivergent conditions
  • Creating a truly neuro-inclusive culture in your workplace
  • Inclusive hiring processes that support neurodiversity
  • Making reasonable adjustments
  • The role of line managers as first responders
  • Tackling the stigma and discrimination in the workplace
  • Neurodiversity and mental health in the workplace
  • Creating pathways of support for neurodivergent employees
  • Using assistive technology appropriately
  • The role of a Neurodiversity Employee Resource Group


Confirmed Speakers:

  • Chaired by: Dan Harris, Founder and CEO, Neurodiversity in Business
  • The Rt Hon Sir Robert Buckland KBE KC, MP for South Swindon and Chair, All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Autism
  • Theresa Palmer, Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion, BAE Systems Digital Intelligence
  • Natasha Whitehurst, Global Inclusion Lead, Rolls-Royce
  • Tania Martin, UK&I Neuro-Diverse Centre of Excellence Lead, Ernst & Young LLP
  • John Nelson, Chair, National Police Autism Association
  • Leena Haque, Senior UX Designer and Neurodiversity Program Lead, BBC
  • Sean Gilroy, Senior UX Principal Accessibility, Inclusive Design, BBC
  • Zoë Walker, PMO Lead, Energy Efficiency & Local Transformation Programme – Senior Executive Officer, BEIS
  • Joanna Whittington, Managing Consultant, Stantec and Founder and the First Chair of the Neurodiversity ERG
  • Kelly Rooks, Constable Neurodiversity and Wellbeing People Services, Northumbria Police
  • Natasha Hardiman, Head of Operations, eQuality Solutions Group
  • Alexander Hedlund, Head of Corporate Membership Services, Neurodiversity in Business
  • Zara Sloane, Diversity & Inclusion Consultant, EW Group
  • Kate Hinder, Wellbeing Lead, BITC
  • J Grange, Co Founder, Neurodiversity Youth Council
  • Ambassadors, The National Neurodiversity Youth Council

Neurodiversity: the therapeutic encounter - CYPF conference 2024

Saturday 9 March 2024 (and on-demand

Event Type: CYPF annual conference (This event is also available online).

With: 40 world-leading clinical psychologists, researchers, authors, and mental health practitioners.

Spaces remaining: In person 200 | Online 545.

Location: ETC Venues St Paul’s, 200 Aldersgate St, Barbican, London, EC1A 4HD

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This year’s CYPF Conference will focus on the challenges and opportunities of working with neurodiversity when supporting children, young people and their families.

The conference will aim to create a learning environment that enhances knowledge through research and evidence-based practice. The programme will include lived experiences to provide important insights and create a safe space to encourage reflective learning.

The day will also focus on helping practitioners develop a range of skills and techniques to support the therapeutic process and explore collaborative ways of working with children, young people, and their families.


The aims of the conference are to: 

  • develop knowledge, understanding and skills for working with neurodiversity
  • learn techniques to promote engagement and inclusivity
  • delegates to feel enthused and empowered to work systemically
  • develop insight into the challenges and opportunities of best practice


Included in your booking:

  • approximately 5 hours of CPD presentations
  • an on-demand service so you can catch up on the event recordings. View the content an unlimited number of times, 24 hours a day for 3 months.
  • CPD certificate download
  • selected presentation slides
  • lunch and refreshments
  • opportunity to network with peers and colleagues through the event app