• Date: Monday 22 February 2021
  • Time: 10:00 – 16:00
  • Location: Online (Zoom)
  • Category: CPD

Please note this event is aimed at qualified practitioners employed at one of our partner services within the South West Community of Practice.


This one day training on Looking After Ourselves and Each Other will provide staff with an opportunity to connect with each other and learn about evidence-base ideas for how to cope with stressful helping roles. The training acknowledges that staff wellbeing is a shared responsibility, of both the organisation and the individual, and aims to help individuals understand the risks of compassion fatigue, burnout and secondary trauma and how best to mitigate these risks. In the current time, knowledge of what research suggests is most effective in coping with healthcare related stress is more important than ever. Delivery involves a mixture of didactic and interactive teaching methods.

Please note attendees are encouraged to put an out of office on and not to book meetings before or after the workshop.


Dr Lucy Maddox is a consultant clinical psychologist from Bristol with 13 years experience of working in NHS and third sector settings. Formerly mostly working in acute CAMHS settings, she is now Senior Clinical Advisor for the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, and Consultant Clinical Psychologist at Action for Children. Lucy has recently completed a Masters in organisational psychology, and has a specific interest in compassion fatigue in helping professionals. She has delivered training on compassion fatigue to NHS staff (in ward, outpatient, physical and mental health settings) and to the Metropolitan Police Service specialist sexual offences teams. She has an active research interest in this area and has published research on compassion fatigue.



To register your interest in this event, fill out the form below. We will email all eligible attendees in due course to confirm a successful registration. Only qualified practitioners working in any of the South West Community of Practice services are eligible to register.

Please make sure you use your work email address to register, otherwise we won’t be able to process your registration.