Preparing for a conference, doctoral or professional presentation
Tribe, R. and Marshall, C. 2020. Preparing for a conference, doctoral or professional presentation. Counselling Psychology Review. 35 (2), pp. 30-39.
|Authors||Tribe, R. and Marshall, C.|
At some stage of their career development, doctoral candidates, qualified psychologists and other professionals are called upon to make formal presentations at conferences or in work or clinical contexts. For many people, public speaking can be anxiety provoking. Thorough preparation and forethought can help manage anxiety so the speaker can feel empowered to develop confidence, new experiences and skills. A successful presentation on research findings, systemic or clinical issues, or innovative recommendations for service provision can have a significant impact for service users, other psychologists, professional organisations, policy makers or commissioners, who all potentially stand to benefit. Giving a presentation can also have various professional advantages, including creating opportunities for collaborations, networking, developing new ideas, the raising of a professional or organizational profile and even potential employability opportunities.
|Journal||Counselling Psychology Review|
|Journal citation||35 (2), pp. 30-39|
|Publisher||The British Psychological Society|
|Accepted author manuscript|
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|Web address (URL)||https://shop.bps.org.uk/counselling-psychology-review-vol-35-no-2-december-2020|
|Publication process dates|
|Accepted||12 Sep 2019|
|Deposited||01 Feb 2021|
|Copyright holder||© The British Psychological Society 2020|
This is a pre-publication version of the following article: Tribe, R. & Marshall, C. (2020) Preparing a conference, doctoral or professional presentation. Counselling Psychology Review, 35, 2, 30-39.
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