These pictures show the Year 4 Clinical Psychology Trainees Community Psychology Placement Poster Presentations held on 15th December 2016. The event was held to mark the end of Year 4 trainees first community psychology placement. The trainees were on placement within various organisations within the local community. Organisations that took part in the community placements were HANA (Humber All Nations Alliance), Open Doors, Foresight, Timebank, Doorstep, Catch 22, Butterflies Memory Loss Support Group and Humber Community Advice Service. Staff and service users from these organisations were invited to attend the event as well as staff from the university. The trainees presented information from their placements and demonstrated the key learning from them. The key objectives for the placements were for the trainees to develop an ability to reflect on their social, cultural political contexts and how this influences assumptions, values and beliefs about the world and different communities. The trainee were required to think about linking theory from social constructionism, critical and community psychology to their practice within the third sector context. During the course of the afternoon trainees, staff and service users engage in interesting discussions about the work that these services provide and how working with communities who may be socially marginalised in their community is vitally important. Topics of discussion involved thinking about how power, the environment and social status may play a role in maintaining an unjust status quo.