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 story about vicarious trauma, setting the scene for some more helpful posts in the next few weeks.
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 about working with clients on the phone. Very much a group effort to share resources in a difficult time.
The second post in the domestic abuse series thinks about self care and other considerations when we're working with perpetrators of domestic abuse.
In Honour of domestic violence awareness month NaG and Sheeva consider the role of IAPT Low Intensity in prevention and helping.
NaG's thoughts on getting into and through the IAPT training year. Buy your antacids now. Welcome to IAPT!
The Sober October special: a rummage in the issues between IAPT and alcohol from a personal perspective. The longest post yet, pace yourself!
NaG happy-rants about why CBT training might not be the answer to life, the universe and everything but integrated care could save the world.
LIT supervision gets the notaguru treatment. This turned into a long one - grab a coffee before you start reading!