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Past Event : How “private” is your practice in cyberspace? Are you tech ready? - Catherine Knibbs

  

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Event Title:   How “private” is your practice in cyberspace? Are you tech ready?

Description:  

Catherine Knibbs explains that Cyberspace offers Counsellors, Psychotherapists and Psychologists a space to connect, advertise and work using the medium of technology. However this technology comes with risks and dangers for us as practitioners, from our own social media to cyber security. She goes on to provide a brief overview of the issues we face.

 

Speaker: Catherine Knibbs

Speaker Biography:  Catherine Knibbs describes herself as a human being, Mum, Author, PhD clinical researcher and Child/Adult Psychotherapist. She is a blogger, vlogger and podcaster. She is a cyber specialist and proposes a new theory as to why we engage in cyber space as we do and has published in peer reviewed journals as a leading researcher in the UK around the topic of cybertrauma. She writes for the largest UK e-safety companies, including a national newsletter #DITTO that goes directly into schools, she presents at National and International conferences including CCMH, NSPCC, Marie Collins and has presented at ACTIO (The leading online counselling organisation in U.K.), Confer and other leading Psychotherapy Organisations around this large topic. She has been on Therapist Uncensored, Shrink Rap Radio and Trauma Therapist podcasts in the U.S.  She is UKCP MSc Child & Adult Psychotherapist and BACP(Accred). She’s also a mum to two adolescent/adult boys, runs a trauma practice and has a private practice too. She is currently writing a second book. She has a great self care routine and ‘biohacks’ to ensure she is performing optimally for herself and her clients.

 

Date:  Friday, 2nd November 2018

Time: 20.15 to 21:15

Address: Renaissance Manchester City Centre Hotel, Blackfriars St, Manchester M3 2EQ, UK.

Available to Watch Online:  Yes

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