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Tea and CPD

We all know how important Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is for qualified counsellors.

Tea and CPD is a new meet-up group, set up and facilitated by me. We will meet in London, at public events such as talks/lectures, exhibitions, theatre shows and even going to the movies.

Each event will have a different theme. Some examples include (but not limited to) substance misuse, eating disorders, family dynamics and health.

At the end of the event, we will have the opportunity to discuss what we can take forward in our practice and share what we have learned.


Coronavirus update - meetings will be held via Zoom.

Please note that talking about specific client work is not permitted, please take this to your regular supervision. Be mindful that we will be in a public place. The group discussion meetings will not count towards any supervision.

This is purely a chance to network with other therapists and to learn something new!

Tea and CPD is a free group to join. However, please note that all additional costs incurred such as event entry or refreshments, will be solely the participants responsibility.

I am committed to keeping these events low cost and in some cases, free.

Spaces may be limited depending on the event so it is important to RSVP your attendance in advance. If you cannot come to an event you have signed up to, let me know and it will give someone else the opportunity to attend.

This will be particularly helpful for new counsellors starting out, for students looking to get into a CPD routine and for anyone just looking to network.

Tea and CPD is an opt-in group only - If you would like to sign up to this group and receive regular event invitations please use the contact box below.

Finally - please note: by signing up, you give me full permission to store the information you give to me and to send you regular event invitations. Remember, you can choose to change your details or opt out at any time. See my privacy policy for more information.


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