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Promoting Excellence In Psychological Health & Wellbeing

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    MIDLANDS

About us

The Psychological Professions Network Midlands is a regional membership network that welcomes all psychological professionals, aspiring psychological professionals, experts by experience and stakeholder groups contributing to NHS commissioned healthcare.

The Midlands PPN was established at the end of 2020 with the help of Health Education England in the Midlands to provide a joined-up voice for the psychological professions in workforce planning and development, and to support excellence in practice.

We inform, enable and influence NHS commissioned healthcare to maximise the benefits of the psychological professions for the public. To achieve this we:

  • Engage and connect all psychological professionals so that we can have a strong voice together
  • Advise policy-makers, workforce planners and commissioners
  • Support the safe and effective expansion of the existing and new psychological professions

The work we do at the Midlands PPN always considers our core values of diversity, equality and inclusion with the Vision’s key priorities at the centre of our projects.

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There are seven NHS regions in England and we are aiming to create a Psychological Professions Networks in each. Enter your postcode below to discover what is happening in your region.