Free online seminar for CaPPP members hosted by Angela McCormack
The current pandemic is a challenging context for engaging in therapeutic work, and it is vital that we uphold our wellbeing as therapists. This trauma-informed online seminar is designed to provide an opportunity to creatively reflect on how we can resource ourselves in deepening our resilience and wellbeing in these troubling times.
Facilitator Profile: Angela McCormack
I am a UKCP registered psychotherapist, MBACP, clinical supervisor, facilitator, trainer and independent consultant. I have a career history in both business and charity management. I specialize in working with trauma, in both my private practice in Wellington, Somerset, and with a range of organisations in the south west.
I am a Senior Therapist at The Green House Bristol, a specialist sexual trauma centre, where I have worked since 2010. I also work as a clinical supervisor at SARSAS – Somerset and Avon Sexual Abuse Services. Additionally, I am a clinical supervisor to all the operational staff at Barnardo’s BASE specialist child sexual & criminal exploitation teams in Bristol, as well as other Barnardo’s Bristol and Somerset services. I also offer clinical supervision to MIND in Somerset. I have worked with clients in one-to-one and group settings, for both psychotherapy and clinical supervision and I have completed over 15,000 post- qualification, supervised, clinical hours.
As an independent consultant and professional trainer in the commercial and charity sectors, I have delivered a wide variety of training courses including working with complex trauma, vicarious trauma and building resilience, sexual trauma, sexually harmful (perpetrator) behaviour, working with males, working with body-centred mindfulness, and legal and ethical issues in the helping professions. In addition to my own private consultancy work, I have been commissioned to facilitate workshops for a range of organisations including Bath and North East Somerset Council, North Somerset Council, Bristol City Council, The London Borough of Camden, the NHS and Avon and Somerset Police.
This is a free event for CaPPP members via Zoom. Places are limited and must be booked in advance. A link to the seminar will be emailed to you at the latest 24 hours before the start.
The presentation part of this event will be recorded but not group interactions in breakout rooms. The recording will be available to CaPPP members only.
For further information and booking: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/coronavirus-exploring-resilience-wellbeing-in-troubled-times-tickets-104550535466