We’ve all been affected in different ways, from those remotely self-employed to key workers on the front line and employees who've been furloughed. We hope these blogs will help you share your experiences with and feel more connected to your fellow members.
Our clients and the general public are also facing new and unusual challenges in these strange times. Share your tips and advice on what can help get you through lockdown, social distancing and the anxiety of the coronavirus crisis.
Back to school and beyond
Lucy Beney offers five pointers to help us all emerge into the new territory of post Covid-19 lockdown.
We’ve gone virtual
Catherine Gallach asks what is our role within our field?
Facing profound existential questions
Neela Masani hopes we can all emerge from this with a greater sense of who we are and of what really matters in life.
Tell us your story
Have you got a similar story? Have your clients being affected by a new style of practice? How has moving your practice online worked for you? How is the lockdown affecting you personally?
No matter how big or small the change, we’d love to share your blogs on these topics. If you’d like to contribute, please you get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We suggest blogs should be around 300 - 500 words and please include a short bio and picture.
Guidance and resources for members
In focus: How are counsellors coping with Covid 19?
Open article: Sally Brown explores the impact of Covid-19 on the therapy profession and how practitioners are adapting to best support their clients – and themselves – in these extraordinary times. Therapy Today, May 2020
Tackling the mental health consequences of coronavirus
Back our COVID-19 campaign to reaffirm the critical role that counselling and psychotherapy needs to play in supporting the nation through the coronavirus crisis and in helping to repair it afterwards.