Past event: Jan 2021 

Psychodermatology Course  

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Event information


Thursday 28th January 2021



Programme overview

We are excited to announce this new 1 day live webinar, which covers key aspects of adult and paediatric psychodermatology, including habit reversal, communication skills, psychopharmacology and how to manage compulsive behaviours.


The course is led by leading experts in psychodermatology, in collaboration with Psychodermatology UK. Faculty include Consultant Dermatologists: Dr. Susannah Baron, Dr. Alia Ahmed, Dr. Padma Mohandas, Dr. Janet Angus and Dr. Tony Bewley; Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Ruth Taylor; and Clinical Psychologist Dr Rukshana Ali.


We invite submissions of research/case report abstracts and questions for the “Ask the Experts” panel session. Please submit your abstract and questions using the form here by 21st December 2020 (5pm) and email it to

Provisional Course Programme

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Who should attend?

This course is open to all healthcare professionals and will be especially useful to dermatologists, dermatology trainees, clinical psychologists with an interest in psychodermatology and specialist dermatology nurses.

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Standard Delegate rate: £65,

Concessional delegate (psychologists, trainees, nurses): £50

Discounted tickets

Discounted tickets are also available for internal staff. For discounted registration please contact and state your name, email contact, job title, place of work within Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust (if applicable) to obtain a discount code.


For more course information or to book your place please click on this link to our event page or contact us via our email




Guy’s Hospital, 

Counting House, 

Great Maze Pond,

London, SE1 9RT

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