This month we’re bringing you six presentations on the themes of diversity, working professionally, private practice 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.


Consultant psychotherapist Raymi Doyle discusses some of the findings from his doctorate research “Bridging the Gap between the Autistic, the Therapist and the Theoretical Perspective".

Coaching and the climate crisis

Linda Aspey discusses the current climate situation and the range of possible responses that you and your clients might have.

Common pitfalls when setting up in private practice

Andrew Harvey, Daniel Winstanley and Michelle Seabrook share their experiences and look to provide those who are thinking of setting up in Private Practice an idea of common mistakes that can be made, especially early in the journey of setting up your own practice.

Offering shelter from the storm: a reflective presentation of resilience

Ged King and Lorna Birrell from the Young Persons Advisory Service (YPAS) in Liverpool discuss how YPAS has continued to support schools, young people, and families through the Covid-19 pandemic.

Safeguarding and risk management in action

Lynne Gabriel considers risk management and safeguarding in counselling. This is often an area of practice that is most feared. She hopes that this presentation will support you to prepare for or develop their approach, to risk management. 

What do we know about doing therapy online?

Naomi Moller, Senior Lecturer at The Open University, explores issues surrounding online therapy.

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