Welcome! No one seems to be writing about being a PWP in IAPT services so I thought I'd give it a go. I am not a guru; this is just one very biased perspective on the whole thing...
A trainee Low Intensity Therapist (PWP) writes about the highs and lows of training.
Three Low Intensity Therapists talk about what they love about their work, we end this with a bullet list of things that help Low Intensity Therapists to thrive in IAPT.
The turning of the year got me thinking about what I'd like to do with the site and what I need to make it happen. So here it is, and here's a link to my Buy me a Coffee account!
A post written by Dr Sarah Watts, a clinical lead and IAPT educator who describes the value of the low intensity workforce and shares ideas on how leadership can support us to thrive in work.
A guest post from Insight Healthcare about a transformation project that aims to improve staff wellbeing. A celebration of what people love about low intensity work.
A story about vicarious trauma, setting the scene for some more helpful posts in the next few weeks.
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.
A response to a post on CBT Watch
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.
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.