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...
Thriving, Not Just Surviving…
Kirsty McNeilis writes about getting the most out of the training year as a CWP or EMHP.
Low-intensity working with children & young people: CWPs & EMHPs
Beginning a blog takeover, Kirsty McNeilis joins us, with her first post an introduction to herself, and to the CWP and EMHP roles.
Stepping Stones: the Teenage Years of the PWP World
Retention in Low Intensity jobs is in crisis, four Low Intensity Practitioners consider why that might be, and what could be done to make things better.
Registration is Here!
An actual PWP Guru, Liz Kell, writes about the long journey to Low Intensity registration, and the community of practice that can now develop.
Working Alongside People with Long Covid: a Psychologist’s Learning
Dr Richard Pione shares a guide for Psychological Professionals who work alongside patients with Long COVID
In Collaboration with Tidy Mind Doodles Not a Guru Writes about kindness in IAPT.
Solidarity, stress, and support: A reflection on PWP training during a pandemic
A trainee Low Intensity Therapist (PWP) writes about the highs and lows of training.
Lets Talk About Thriving
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!
On Supporting our PWPs to Thrive: A Leader’s Perspective
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.