Can you Help us Problem Solve Britain? Dr Charlie Howard's public talk in London
31st October 2018 - Street to Scale: tackling structural barriers to unlock community led innovation Dr Nina Browne talk at The British Psychological Society Workshop
24th September 2018 - Street to Scale: Tacking the structural barriers to community-led innovation Dr Nina Browne, Goldsmiths and Community Activists at The British Psychological Society Community Psychology Festival
21st-22nd July 2018 - Problem Solving Booth: Mental Health Workshop The Owls Team
19th January 2018 - Beyond the Therapy Room Cardiff
Problem Solving Booths
Psychologists for Social Change, London
British Psychological Society, Reading
'Problem Solving Booths: enabling conversations with staff and young people'
The Wellcome Collection, London
'Problem Solving Booths: enabling mutual aid conversations'
NHS, North West Coast
'Taking Camerados to the Streets and Buses of Blackpool'
Society for Community Research and Action (SCRA) Biennial, Canada.
(1) 'Using Psychology to Change Policy: Public Living Rooms and Problem Solving Booths'
(2) 'Improved Housing Conditions, Housing Stability and Housing Policies: Transforming the Lives of Vulnerable Populations'
British Psychological Society, Liverpool.
'Clinical Psychologists Changing Policy: learning, sharing and shaping the future of social and mental health policy' Symposium.
British Psychological Society, London.
'Practice to Policy: Using Psychology for Social Change'
University College London, London
'Practice to Policy: clinical psychologists' experiences of macro-level work'
'From the Streets of Camden to the Palace of Westminster'
Owls are experimenting with the idea of Problem Solving Booths staffed by strangers. BBC NEWS (JULY, 2017)
Charlie Howard and Maff Potts in conversation with Michael Little, the curator of The R Word. NPC (JULY, 2017)
More about Problem Solving Booths...
17th Oct 2018: What can we learn from street gangs to help end youth violence? Dr Charlie Howard blog
25th Sept 2018: But what does "young people at the heart" mean? Dr Charlie Howard blog
19th Sept 2018: How London's knife crime epidemic has created a crisis in youth mental health Dr Charlie Howard’s interview in the Independent
19th Sept 2018: It's going to require all of us. Yes, all of us. Dr Charlie Howard blog
Sept 2018: In Conversation with Nina Browne, DCP London Dr Nina Browne in The British Psychological Society
26th July 2018: Young People are not the problem. They are the solution to the problem. Dr. Charlie Howard blog.
8th March 2018: What can we do this afternoon? Dr. Charlie Howard blog.
22nd Feb 2018: Ideas not organisations Dr. Charlie Howard blog.
February 2018: Creating space for mutual support Dr. Nina Browne in The British Psychological Society
8th Feb 2018: We need to understand the 'how' because the 'what' changes all the time Dr. Charlie Howard blog.
25th Jan 2018: “I don’t think you’re going mad. But I know that’s how it feels” Dr. Charlie Howard blog.
11th Jan 2018: “I have to solve problems every hour to survive. Nobody asks me how" Dr.Charlie Howard blog.
16th August 2017: Light at the End of the Tunnel: Problem Solving on the Piccadilly Line Dr. Charlie Howard blog.
2nd August 2017: Chartered Psychologist Gets Communities Talking The British Psychological Society
26th July 2017: From Stranger to Sounding Board - How Problem Solving Booths Can Enable Wellbeing Nerys Anthony, Catch22, writing for the Huffington Post
20th July 2017: New Campaign Takes to the Underground Aiming to Improve Mental Health of Londoners Getwestlondon
20th July 2017: Pop-Up Peer Therapy: Would you Tell Your Problems to a Total Stranger in the Park? Mind Waves New
Thursday 18th May 2017: A Problem Solving Booth for Mental Health Awareness Week 2017 The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust
Monday 8th May 2017 The Problem Solving Booths Camden Market
Friday 27th March 2017: Problem Solving in Camberwell Library South London and Maudsley NHS Trust