Tag Archives: British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)

Some clips from my studio guest slot at the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Private Practice conference on trauma last month


I really enjoyed joining Anne Scoging and Karen Lloyd after Michael Gavin’s workshop on self-care and trauma at BACP’s trauma conference last month. And now I’ve figured out how to edit online video (I feel like a technological genius but know that I’m far from it), I can share some clips which I hope you’ll find interesting.

Introduction to the way I work (and how no one’s broken beyond repair) – click here to watch

How to tune into our bellies when we may be filled with self-loathing about our bellies – click here to watch

Some tips for embodied self-care for counsellors and other caring professionals – click here to watch

Another quick tip for embodied self-care – click here to watch

How EFT can be helpful in trauma work – click here to watch

More on how EFT can be helpful – click here to watch

Click here to register for the fuller conference webcast.

Feel free to comment below and to share your own top tips for self-care, too.


Eve x




More on integrating coaching and therapy

March2014 076

I’ve been asked to join BACP’s (the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) Coaching Executive as Specialist for Communications.

I had a really interesting time in Rugby (such a beautiful part of the country – the hotel was set amidst its own gorgeous woodland) last week. I began getting to know the rest of the team and learning more about the role and feel that exciting times are ahead (for myself and the industry).

I’d joined BACP Coaching as a trainee counsellor and as, later, with AICTP, always leave their meetings feeling energised, inspired and grateful to be doing this work.

I love that we live in a time of so much knowledge and wisdom from around the world. It’s wonderful getting to know colleagues who are also integrating therapeutic practices ethically, safely and effectively.

I’m continuing as Co-ordinator for AICTP‘s London group and feel really excited about how integration is taking off.

If you’re interested, you can find out more about my coach-therapy services in Witham, Essex and everywhere via telephone and Skype.

Metta x

Image (c) Eve Menezes Cunningham 2014


Professional ethics


I have just joined the Yoga Alliance UK as Registered Yoga Teacher 200 (RYT 200) and realised I appear to be collecting professional bodies!

If you’re interested in finding out more about some of the organisations I’m registered with for the different therapies and services I offer (including BACP, FHT, ANLP and the Guild of Health Writers), you can click here for more information.

Metta xx