Psychology Seicoleg

From Madness to Mental Illness: History of Counselling

This short excerpt from one of the lectures Catherine Slade, module lead for History of Counselling, discusses the historical development of mental health treatment.

Activity Type: Online resource/ video

Audience: Post-16

Link:

A History of Counselling: Lecture excerpt


CFW Purpose: Healthy, confident individuals, ready to lead fulfilling lives as valued members of society, Ethical, informed citizens of Wales and the world

CFW Area of Learning: Health and Well-being, Humanities

Prejudice and Discrimination: the Psychology of Genocide

In this short lecture presentation, Dr Paul Hutchings discusses the psychological mechanisms behind the development of genocidal behaviour (17 mins).

Activity Type: Online resource/ video

Audience: Post-16

Link:

The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination


CFW Purpose: Healthy, confident individuals, ready to lead fulfilling lives as valued members of society, Ethical, informed citizens of Wales and the world

CFW Area of Learning: Health and Well-being, Humanities

Anxiety Workshop: Reduction Techniques

In these slides, you are guided by the voice of Dr. Charlotte Greenway, an Applied Psychology lecturer at UWTSD, who asks you to complete different tasks and activities to help you understand how we can spot anxiety, how it is developed, and how it can be controlled through the use of some helpful exercises and techniques.

Activity Type: Online resource / presentation

Audience: Post-16

Link:

Anxiety Workshop- PowerPoint presentation with voiceovers by Dr. Charlotte Greenway, lecturer in BSc Applied Psychology


CFW Purpose: Healthy, confident individuals, ready to lead fulfilling lives as valued members of society

CFW Area of Learning: Health and Well-being, Humanities

Memory booster and Mind mapping

This session looks at the mind and memory. Memory is more than recalling information for exams it's an important work skill that we can develop and improve. This session looks at games and tips that pupils can use to develop their own ability to remember information, and then recall it when and where you need it. The session will teach pupils the Mind Mapping technique and how this can help pupils to unlock their potential through the power of visual learning.

Activity Type: Workshop

Audience: Suitable for pupils sitting exams, particularly GCSE - targeted to those on C/D borderline

Duration: 1 hour

Avilable in Welsh: Yes

Cost: Activities for schools in areas of deprivation qualify for free/discounted delivery. Please get in touch for information. Some events make incur a small fee between £5-25 per learner.

Contact email: reaching.wider@uwtsd.ac.uk


CFW Purpose: Ambitious, capable learners, ready to learn throughout their lives

CFW Area of Learning: Health and Well-being

Community Profiling

What is community? By taking part in a simulation of a community profiling activity, this interactive workshop will allow students to explore sustainable communities across the world based on principles of justice, equity, participation and transparency.

Activity Type: Talk/Workshop

Audience: KS4 and post-16

Duration: 1 hour

Contact email: ken.dicks@uwtsd.ac.uk


CFW Purpose: Ambitious, capable learners, ready to learn throughout their lives, Ethical, informed citizens of Wales and the world

CFW Area of Learning: Health and Well-being, Languages, Literacy and Communication

Fake News and Beyond

Why do the media present a story from a certain perspective and what impact is this having on society? This session focuses on understanding ‘Fake News’ and will teach students how critical thinking can combat exposure to media bias.

Activity Type: Talk/Workshop

Audience: KS4 and post-16

Duration: 1 hour

Contact email: ken.dicks@uwtsd.ac.uk


CFW Purpose: Ethical, informed citizens of Wales and the world

CFW Area of Learning: Health and Well-being

Role of the Advocate: Developing Positive Attitudes in Society

A session that discusses how students can practice positive advocacy in this changing world by preventing the transmission of negative values, biases and prejudices, and support individuals to speak for themselves.

Activity Type: Talk/Workshop

Audience: KS4 and post-16

Duration: 45-60 minutes

Contact email: schoolsandcolleges@uwtsd.ac.uk


CFW Purpose: Healthy, confident individuals, ready to lead fulfilling lives as valued members of society

CFW Area of Learning: Health and Well-being