This day gives an overview of the module "DD310 - Counselling and Forensic Psychology". The material presented covers the entire course and attending these sessions gives students the advantage of understanding the framework of the course and being mindful of what to concentrate on for the TMAs in the module.
The day is aimed at students about to start the module but is also beneficial for those not currently studying it who are thinking of registering for future presentations.
Students say that these days are inspirational and packed with content, making them excellent value in terms of time and money. As there will be other courses running at the venue for the day, you can also take the opportunity to meet other students and tutors from these courses.
Registration will take place from 9.30am. Lectures will start at 10.00 am. The day will finish at approximately 4.30pm. The timetable for the event can be downloaded here LOUPS 2018 DD310 timetable.
Tutors and programmes
DD310 Counselling and forensic psychology: investigating crime and therapy
Dr Georgina Barnett works as a tutor on D240, E102 and Y032 at the Open University and has a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology. Georgina worked for ten years in Forensic Psychology before turning to the field of Counselling Psychology in which she has worked in various clinical settings. She is currently working in private practice.
The four sessions to be presented are:
Please note that we will have available places on the day but all tickets will be Â£40 (no member discount). We therefore recommend that you book in advance to benefit from our members discount (if applicable).
Please note that this is a paperless event.
To be more environmentally friendly and to help manage our prices we will make electronic copies of any relevant handouts available to all registered attendees, either in advance so that those who need printed versions have plenty of time to organise these, or shortly after the event if the tutor has decided that this is more appropriate for their lecture. These are for attendees' personal use and may not be shared.
We'd like to thank our tutors for working to ensure that their presentations do not contain material to which they do not have copyright and for making them available in this way. And in advance, we'd like to thank all of you who support us in actively contributing toward a paperless environment and saving a few trees along the way !
|Our overview day will be held at the Amnesty International HRAC, 25 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EA.|
Are located on the Lower Ground Floor (-3) and can be accessed via lift or the stairs. Baby changing facilities are available in the disabled/gender neutral toilet.
There are water dispensers just outside the Auditorium entrance, in the Conference Room, and in the Atrium. Action Room 2 has a kitchenette and the tap water can be used for drinking water. Please ask the events team for jugs and cups if required.
The HRAC is fully wheelchair accessible – the entrance is on street level; there is a wheelchair accessible passenger lift to all levels; and all corridors and circulation areas are wheelchair accessible.
There is a unisex accessible toilet on the lower ground floor for visitors, which is fitted with an emergency alarm.
There is a chair lift fitted for access to the stage in the auditorium for speakers and a ramp for the lower platform.
There is an infrared hearing system fitted in the auditorium, portable induction loop on the reception desk and a further portable induction loop for use in other areas.
In the event of an emergency all floors are equipped with evac-chairs and refuge areas. Event organisers should consult visitors requiring assistance on their preference.
All service dogs are welcome.
Travel and directions
The Human Rights Action Centre has excellent public transport links.
The nearest tube and rail stations are within 10 minutes walk:
The HRAC is on a main road with bus services from each of these stations and many other parts of London.