25 January 2017
The British Psychological Society have opened an internal consultation period on a new document offering guidance to psychologists dealing with refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants in the UK.
The BPS are seeking responses to a new document outlining guidance to psychologists who encounter refugees, asylum seekers, and other migrants in the UK.
This internal consultation period will be open until Friday 17 February, with responses to be sent to Policy Administrator Carl Bourton.
Professor Bill Yule is the lead author on the document, which covers a range of subjects relating to the areas in which psychologists may encounter refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants.
More information on the consultation, including the relevant documents and contact details, can be found on our internal consultations page here.