This month we’re bringing you six presentations on the themes of workplace, diversity, supervision 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.

A system's approach and role of other stakeholders in return to work and mental health in workplaces

Dr Jo Yarker explores the role counsellors and related practitioners can play in supporting individuals to return to work safely and confidently.

Managing digital burnout

Nicola Neath helps you to make sense of these factors and how it might affect your work with clients.

Neurodiversity: the storm within

Tasha Walsh explores the emotional storm that neurodiverse children and young people can experience and how they manage and contain it.

Social class and counselling

Roxy Birdsall addresses the potential reasons why social class is a neglected topic, why it is important to consider social class and ways to engage with social class for personal and professional development.

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Supervision in an educational context and school staff well-being

Rhian Miller explores the need for supervision for school staff and goes onto discuss the supervision service which currently is run as a pilot in Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council.

Understanding the cultural perspective in Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BaME) clients within the therapeutic setting

Uzma Durani shares her research findings on how therapists work within the therapeutic setting with multicultural clients. 

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