Groups 4 Health Workshop

This will be delivered as a pre-conference workshop on 22 June 2022, at the 5th International Conference on Social Identity & Health at Nottingham Trent University UK. 

This half-day (9am-12.30pm) workshop at Nottingham Trent University on how to deliver Groups 4 Health, an evidence-based, short-term psychological intervention developed by a team of clinical and social psychologists from the University of Queensland and The Australian National University and will be delivered by Professor Catherine Haslam, Professor Sarah Bentley and Associate Professor Tegan Cruwys.

It represents the translation to practice of a new approach to understanding health — The New Psychology of Health — that focuses on when, how and why the social groups we belong to affect our health and well-being, and stresses social connectedness as a means to improve health and general well-being.


To register your interest in attending this workshop please click here 
Workshop registration fee is £100 ICSIH attendees and £120 for non-attendees. This includes coffee, training, and a copy of the program manual, and workbook.

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The proceeds of this workshop will be shared with the ICSIH Organising Committee who plan to use the funds to support attendance through some travel bursaries.


Groups 4 Health Workshop

Mon 20 Jun 2022 9:00am1:00pm


Nottingham Trent University, UK

Attendees who register for the workshop will receive the GROUPS 4 HEALTH program manual and workbook (included in the cost of the workshop) that we ask you read in advance in preparation for the workshop.

9.00-9.30am Introduction to program theory and background

9.30-10.30am GROUPS 4 HEALTH Program delivery (Appreciating Groups, Mapping Groups)

10.30-11.00am Coffee break

11.00-12.15pm GROUPS 4 HEALTH Program delivery (Strengthening Groups, Expanding Groups, Maintaining Groups)

12.15-12.30pm Program evaluation and adaptations


Professor Catherine Haslam
Dr. Juliet Wakefield