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 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.
A post about working with clients on the phone. Very much a group effort to share resources in a difficult time.
James Spiers tackles how resilience is abused in the NHS. 'There is little opportunity for either services or staff to be “happy again after something difficult or bad has happened”. For the majority of LITs, the “difficult or bad” thing is consistently happening.'
A monster post that roves around the topic of pain in IAPT Low Intensity work. Top tips, resources, anecdotes, and a cry for permission to bring research into practice.
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!
Nag has a go at the IAPT standards. It's a bit love/hate to be honest.