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 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.
Sheeva Weil's second post about Racism in IAPT is a practical guide to anti-racist work in IAPT services for practitioners and managers.
Guest blogger Sheeva Weil shares anecdotes of racism in IAPT, Part 1 of a series of posts on racism in the IAPT context.
IAPT teams are made up of a few professions and this post aims to celebrate the counsellors amongst us.
A guest blog by Liz Kell celebrating PWPs and reviewing the support available for low intensity therapists who are working through the pandemic.
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.
Guest blogger Saiqa Naz celebrates the potential in Low Intensity CBT. A reflection on a long IAPT career and an exciting vision for the future.
A short and general look at pacing from the Low Intensity CBT angle. A rough 'how to pace' and an invitation to rest.