This month we’re bringing you six presentations on the themes of disorders, suicide, healthcare 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.

Stepping-stones to accreditation

In this presentation, Jens Bakewell gives an overview of BACP accreditation and the route from Student member to Registered Accredited Member.

Exploring suicide potential and the actualising tendency: a qualitative study of suicide notes

Amanda McGarry discusses findings from her research on how suicide may relate to the Actualising Tendency and the Person-Centred Approach, and analyses the content of specific suicide notes and possible drivers of suicide against the background of the Actualising Tendency (AT).

Impact of Covid-19 on the mental health of NHS workers

Dr Clare Gerada and Dr Michael Davey discuss the impact the Coronavirus pandemic has had on the mental health on the NHS workforce.

Understanding and supporting autistic clients

Lisa Cromer provides information about autistic functioning and explores the differences in which someone on the spectrum brings compared to a neurotypical person.

Self-determination based model of therapeutic support for adults with ADHD: a single case study

Rebecca Champ discusses the controversies surrounding current treatment around Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

Sometimes it's hard to be a man

In this audio recording, Catherine Jackson explores if and how counselling needs to ‘man up’ if it is to persuade more men to seek help for their emotional and relationship problems. 

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