Networks are an invaluable means of meeting and communicating with other BACP Workplace members and workplace practitioners, and provide opportunities for exchanging information, exploring areas of common interest, promoting mutual support and a sense of professional belonging. Networks can also offer opportunities for formal and informal continuing professional development activity and events, and provide an important link between the BACP Workplace membership and the Executive.
BACP Workplace currently has a range of Area networks, and a Trauma Network for practitioners with specific interests in workplace trauma. The Executive is also keen to support the development of further area networks and specific special interest networks.
If you have any queries about networks please contact BACP Workplace network and special interest group co-ordinator Julie Hughes on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following is a list of current BACP Workplace area networks. To find out more about any of them please contact the relevant co-ordinator for that area who will be able to let you have more details.
07806 771623 or 07974 770672
BACP Workplace trauma network
BACP Workplace has a Trauma Network for practitioners interested in all aspects of trauma and critical incidents in the workplace. This is a newly re-formed network which is exploring different ways of providing appropriate support for members and encouraging the flow of information and expertise on issues such as working with groups who have experienced trauma, managing clients with possible PTSD and training in working with trauma.
If you are interested in joining the network, or would like some more information, please contact the regional coordinators
For the Northern Group contact Julie Hughes on email@example.com
For details of the London Trauma Network group, including forthcoming events please contact: Ben Gatty, Trauma Support Group Co-ordinator/ Psychotherapist
Tel: 08456 001 776
Fax: 020 7027 8884
Starting a local or special interest network?
Is there an BACP Workplace network in your area? If not why not start one. BACP Workplace are keen to encourage new local and special interest networks. If you are interested in testing the water, to find out whether there is any interest in a new network - we can help you, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.