About our July issue
BACP Workplace often explores the working lives of practitioners engaged in supporting all aspects of our emotional and psychological health at work right across the UK. But this issue, we turn our attention inwards and ask, what might SCoPEd mean for the workplace sector and therapists working with employees, employers and EAPs?
The BACP Workplace Executive Committee has no shortage of questions on their minds. If you have questions of your own or would like to comment on this article, BACP Workplace would like to hear from you.
Nicola Banning, Editor, BACP Workplace
Farming counts the cost of COVID-19
Open article: How has the farming sector been impacted by the pandemic? Kris Ambler, BACP’s Workforce Lead, offers an update and meets one practitioner responding to the needs of the rural workforce. BACP Workplace, July 2021
Race matters: Listening deeply
How can we listen to what the people in our organisations want to tell us about race? Regular column from Letesia Gibson. BACP Workplace, July 2021
Notes from the Chair: Connecting and reconnecting
‘It was heartening to bring together so many highly experienced workplace counsellors and service managers from right across the UK’. Regular column from Julie Hughes. BACP Workplace, July 2021
About BACP Workplace
BACP Workplace focuses on counselling in the workplace and the wider emotional and psychological aspects of health at work. The span of articles is broad, from best practice in counselling provision to supervision, and from trauma support to what contributes to psychological wellbeing in organisations.
BACP Workplace is published in January, April, July and October.
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BACP Workplace is read by workplace counsellors, trainers, team leaders and welfare staff, occupational psychologists, HR managers and those with an interest in employee counselling services and skills.
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Are you facing digital burnout?
Open article: The pandemic has changed the way we work, and a new variant of burnout has emerged. Nicola Neath explores the signs and symptoms and shares her ideas for treatment. BACP Workplace, April 2021
I'm out of the office
Open article: Six months after making the shift to working online, Una Cavanagh embarked on a training to take her therapy outdoors. Are employers and EAPs ready to join the growth in delivering counselling in nature? BACP Workplace, January 2021
Working with the dead
Open article: When we clapped for the carers, we may not have had funeral professionals in mind. Catherine Betley and Joanna Williams outline how they support the forgotten frontline of workers who care for the dead. BACP Workplace, October 2020