Diary date: EAPA branch meeting, 5 December 2018, Linnean Society, Piccadilly
The next EAPA branch meeting will take place at 11.30 next Wednesday 5 December at the Linnean Society on Piccadilly. Coffee will be available from 11.00 am. We are pleased to announce that EAPA board members, Amanda Smith and Tracey Paxton will be running a session based on the #metoo theme about the role of EAPs in addressing sexual harassment in the workplace. This will be an interactive session for providers, commissioners and practitioners.
Former Director of Nursing, Tracey Paxton has 30 years’ experience of working within the NHS as a practising clinician and a senior hospital manager. She is the clinical director for Amian EAP and has extensive experience of managing NHS EAP services. Tracey has vast experience in the field of mental and physical health and wellbeing training. She is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner and Registered Nurse in Learning Disabilities and Mental Health and has an MSc in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy. A trauma specialist, workplace mediator and trainer, she has published important research and received a national award in the House of Lords for her work within Mental Health.
As Clinical Director for Vivup Health and Wellbeing, Amanda Smith is a former Head of Health and Wellbeing and Clinical Lead for a large specialist NHS Mental Health Trust incorporating EAP services which supported EAP services for over 55,000 NHS and private sector employees, in addition to her strategic role within the NHS Trust. A trauma therapist, Amanda is an experienced mental health trainer, workplace mediator, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Coach and employee wellbeing thought leader.
EAPA members are encouraged to bring a colleague as a guest for this part of the meeting. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your attendance.