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Recent Additions to the Library
The Devil & The Detail: Why We Need To Talk About Power – Sebastian Heid
Coronavirus: Considering Our Responses And Responsibilities (WEEK 19) – Kate Dunn & Carole Francis-Smith
Empowering The Client Role Through Education: Do You Know Something I Don’t? – Mamood Ahmad
Talking About Sex, Gender, and Relationships with Meg-John Barker
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Pluralism Conference 2020 – Navigating Change in Counselling and Psychotherapy
Transactional Analysis Cumbria Conference 2020
The Digital mHealth Conversation Series 2019
Pink Therapy Conference 2019
Transactional Analysis Cumbria Conference 2019
Working With Children & Young People Conference 2019
Working With Grief & Loss Conference 2018
Practitioner Self-Care Online Conference
Working Therapeutically Online Conference 2018
International Supervision Week 2018
International Supervision Week 2017
Working with Trauma Conference 2017
Working with Couples Conference 2017
Working with Self Harm Conference 2017
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The library has been created with the purpose of offering a large resource of video materials to help practitioners meet their continuing professional development needs.
The library is a collection of video interviews, workshops and conference presentations collected since 2008.
We are adding audio to each of the library entries so that you can listen to the events on a mobile device, ideal for walking, driving or catching up with tasks.
Many of the library entries have CPD Certificates associated with them, we are working hard to make this resource available to all the events we have collected.
Most of the library entries have a suggested reference that can be used when writing essays, articles and book chapters.
Since 2014 we have been creating Resource Guides to compliment our events that contain links to further reading, Powerpoint presentations, links to presenter resources and presenter contact details.
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