As we become even more engaged with the digital world, we need to consider cyberbullying and the potential impacts it can have on individuals. Join Professor Margaret Anne Carter in this Experience ACAP session, Cyber bullying and the effects on mental wellbeing, to explore the prevalence of this issue and how to truly sustain wellbeing in a digital world.
ABOUT THESE ACAP ONLINE EVENTS
This is your opportunity to join an immersive classroom experience (online) with experts in the field. The Experience ACAP sessions will open your mind to new concepts, intriguing case studies or research and give you a taste of what it would be like to study a course in coaching, counselling, criminology, and psychology.
Attendees of our last round of online events gave an average of 5 out of 5 stars. Register for a session to experience it for yourself!
Interested in attending another Experience ACAP session? Here are the other sessions on offer in December:
Coaching – Tuesday 7 December, 6pm
Coaching for growth & wellbeing
What can we achieve with the right resources and know-how? The short answer is growth and personal wellbeing. Join Dr Be Pannell in this session to discover practical tools that coaching experts use to enable growth and foster wellbeing.
Criminology – Tuesday 7 December, 7pm
Why is the media preoccupied with murder?
Not all crimes are equal in the eyes of society. Join the Course Leader of Criminology and Justice at ACAP, Matthew Thurgood to uncover various crime myths that the media perpetuates, learn about the ‘CSI effect’ and the real impacts of the media on society and the criminal justice system.
Psychology – Wednesday 8 December, 7pm
What can psychological science tell us about repressed memories?
Do repressed memories exist? If so, does it help for them to be recovered? Professor John Reece will address these questions, and more, from the perspective of psychological science. Join this session to discover what research on human memory can tell us about this controversial topic.