The CPD hub currently contains over 100 hours of online resources on a variety of topics which you can use towards your CPD requirements.

The content is recorded at our events and includes presentations from experts in the field. All resources have a CPD certificate for you to download.

We’ll be adding new content every month, including video recordings and audio files. We’re also developing and improving the system functionality.

Content from previous months can now be found in the themed headings below or by searching for the presentation in the website search bar under Articles and guidance.

Resources by theme


When you first sign up, we’ll align your subscription with your membership. So you’ll pay the current yearly price on a pro rata basis as a one off payment, depending on the number of months until your membership renewal. You can see how much you’ll be charged by logging in and checking your price at the top of the web page.

After subscribing, you can access the resources as many times as you wish at any time convenient to you.

At your next membership renewal, you can continue with your CPD hub subscription by adding it to your membership. If you pay by Direct Debit, you’ll only pay a small monthly fee for continued access.

If you subscribe or renew:

  • before 31 December 2018, you’ll be eligible for our introductory price of £25 (including VAT) a year
  • after 1 January 2019, you’ll pay the full price of £60 (including VAT) a year

We’ll be adding new content every month, so when the full price comes into effect you’ll have access to over 130 hours of online CPD resources.

Tell us what you think

We’d welcome your feedback on both the current CPD content and any future developments you’d like to see. If you have any suggestions for improvements, topics or new resources, please complete our short survey.

If you would like to contact the CPD team directly, please email

Coming up next…

  • Difficult behavior is the language of distress. It’s loud and clear – who is listening?
  • The aetiology of attachment disorders, their impact on the child’s emotional & social development and consequent patterns of behaviour. 
  • The gift that we are thirsting for: an exploration of the core conditions offered to young people with behavioural and attachment issues. 
  • A whole-service systems approach to emotion regulation
  • Hidden truth around behaviour 
  • Difficult or traumatised? In therapy and the education system
  • Access to therapy for older adults
  • Integrating artwork into counselling

New content is launched towards the end of every month. Future content is subject to change. 

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