On-demand: featuring presentation and speaker Q&A: a unique opportunity for you to identify how to respond to the challenges of providing your IAPT service and care for your staff in a climate dominated by COVID-19.
A full list of all upcoming IAPT events can also be viewed at the official IAPT National Networking Forum website.
Engaging and experienced speakers who will guide you through their understanding of your pressures
One hour presentation that will signpost your approach to remote working and workforce wellbeing. Featuring:
- Enabling efficient home working set-ups that deliver effective remote working
- Building a platform that allows staff to feel connected and tackles the issues that arise from isolation
- Demonstrating and delivering a healthy work/life balance across your entire workforce
- Mastering new platforms that enable quality training and client communication
Support and guidance for you in your own time
Packed with examples that will help you adapt to the pressures of COVID-19, plus benefit from:
- One hour of presentation and speaker Q&A
- Featuring an engaging video you can access in your own time
- Free to all NHS and public sector professionals
- Immediately accessible on the 'watch now' tab
|1 hour video | Filmed on Thursday 16th April 2020 | featuring:|
Staff Wellbeing - IAPT Service Support During COVID-19
Sarah Watts, Clinical Lead for IAPT West Midlands, and Brian Rich, Senior Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Questions and answers with Dr Sarah Watts and Brian Rich
Sarah and Brian will be answering the questions and comments that came into the chat box during their presentation, engaging with the thoughts and feelings of the IAPT professionals who attended this webinar live.
First-hand speaker experience
Sarah Watts is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and Clinical Lead with the Midlands Partnership Foundation Trust South Staffordshire IAPT teams. She qualified from the University of Birmingham in 2003 and has worked in adult mental health services since then, including services for older people in community and inpatient settings. She has always had interests in service development and development of the workforce. As well as working clinically, she supervises and trains other therapists. Sarah also works strategically with commissioners and corporate colleagues to balance meeting required service outcomes with ensuring meaningful focus on the patient and the provision of evidence based therapies.