A story about vicarious trauma, setting the scene for some more helpful posts in the next few weeks.
White and Anti-Racist in IAPT: Who, Why and How
A collaboration of writers from the IAPT Worker's Café share their journey into anti-racism and how important it is to implement this in clinical practice. Packed with resources, a long read.
Some thoughts on ‘Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs) Ill-equipped, Yet On Sentry Duty’
A response to a post on CBT Watch
A Year of NaG-ing (The One With the Flashbacks)
The anniversary post for notaguru.blog. I can't believe it's been a year! This post celebrates the guest bloggers and explains why the blog got started.
So You Want to be a PWP?
Lead PWP Sam Tourney writes a guide for aspiring PWP Trainees. How to apply, what to expect, what will help you to land the role and the qualities of successful candidates.
On Racism in IAPT: Part 2
Sheeva Weil's second post about Racism in IAPT is a practical guide to anti-racist work in IAPT services for practitioners and managers.
On Racism in IAPT: Part 1
Guest blogger Sheeva Weil shares anecdotes of racism in IAPT, Part 1 of a series of posts on racism in the IAPT context.
Treestars: Counselling in IAPT
IAPT teams are made up of a few professions and this post aims to celebrate the counsellors amongst us.
PWPs: The Thin Slice of the Cake
A guest blog by Liz Kell celebrating PWPs and reviewing the support available for low intensity therapists who are working through the pandemic.
Fishbowls and friends: the IAPT Low Intensity training year
A post for IAPT trainees and anyone who supports trainees. What are the challenges of the course, what helps and what to read before you start.