Friday 14th December 2018
Recently increasing attention has been paid to mental health problems among practitioners and trainee practitioners in the mental health field. Alongside concern about high rates of stress related absence and burnout it is also increasingly recognised that mental health professionals can have dual status as providers and users of mental health services. This event presents various initiatives in place to support wellbeing generally among mental health providers as well as those designed to support dual status professionals who in the past have often felt they had to struggle in silence.
· Amra Rao – Chair, DCP Leadership & Management Faculty and CLaN Chair, The Psychological Practitioner Wellbeing Charter
· Harriet Mills, Anna Hildebrand, Henry Clements & Katrina Scior, UCL, Supporting mental health providers in decisions about sharing their own mental health difficulties: The HOP-MHP project