This month we’re bringing you six presentations on the themes of children, young people and families, trauma, research and more.

View clips of the presentations to get a preview of what's available in the CPD hub that have been delivered by experts in their field.

Applying our learning from counsellors supporting children and parents through the pandemic

In this presentation, Edit Bell explores the systemic and family aspects of working with children, young people and families and to apply best practice learning from the experience of working both remotely and face to face.

Bringing nature inside

How do you work with nature as a resource in the coaching or therapeutic relationship? In this presentation, Jackee Holder explores how using metaphors borrowed from nature can help you with journaling and expressive writing to explore personal and therapeutic ways of re-connecting to what matters most.

Can you hear me now?

Nicky Stevens presents her case study which looked into how a local authority with up to 3,500 employees, supported the health and wellbeing of its staff during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Domestic abuse: the impact on children

Deborah Cartwright explores domestic abuse and the impact that it has on children as well as adults.

Power and privilege in therapeutic communication across languages

Beverley Costa considers how people’s cultural and multilingual identities impact on emotional expression, experience of trauma and recovery and ethical practice.

The effectiveness of humanistic-experiential psychotherapies

Robert Elliot shares his research on the effectiveness of humanistic-experiential psychotherapies.

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