CPD - Continuous Professional Development

At Headspace Guildford, we offer CPD training for professionals who wish to further their knowledge within their professional field.


This page will be updated with CPD events so please keep checking the page if you are interested.


Different Journeys Towards Clinical Psychology: A Reflective Practice Session for Aspiring Clinical Psychologists from Diverse Backgrounds


28th July 2021 6-7.30pm via zoom


On the 28th of July 2021 we held a reflective group where three people shared their stories about their journey towards Clinical Psychology. The group provided a space for everyone to discuss what they felt was important, learn about the route into Clinical Psychology, and ask any questions. This group was aimed at students who were in Years 11 to 13, particularly those from diverse backgrounds or those who are under-represented in Clinical Psychology, training and practice. However, this event was open to and welcomed all.


If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact us via the contact form on this website. 


Coming soon:

  • ‘Compassion Focused Therapy’ with Dr Holly Thompson
  • ‘Neurodiversity in Therapy’ with Dr Anna Shipton

More details will follow


Becoming an Anti-Racist Practice

On 21st October 2020, we held a CPD event on ‘Becoming an Anti-Racist Practice’. We were overwhelmed by the great response, stimulating discussion and passion of the participants.

We hope to run this event again in the future. For more information on this, please do contact Headspace Guildford on psychologyheadspaceguildford@gmail.com


“Counselling is an act of social justice. Therapy is political. To acknowledge our clients’ lived experiences of how power, privilege and oppression. To be blind to societal and structural inequality is to be blind to your client’s truth”.



The event on ‘Becoming an Anti-Racist Practice’ aimed to share with others some of the work we had been doing as a practice on becoming anti-racist and engaging with a social justice agenda. We are just at the beginning of this journey and still have a lot to learn. We have invested time in our work to think about and challenge our own position both as therapists and as part of a profession. We strive to improve ourselves in the face of growing evidence and acknowledge we have some way to go.

7.30pmIntroduction: Becoming an anti-racist practiceDr Ellie Atkins, Principal Clinical Psychologist
7.45pmCritiques of the anti-racist modelSarah Adewole, Headspace Guildford practice intern
7.55pmAdapting therapy for the cultural contextJemima Onih, Headspace Guildford practice intern
8.20pmDiscussing racism in therapySarah Adewole, Headspace Guildford practice intern
8.35pmReflectionsDr Sara Latif, Clinical Psychologist
8.45pmDiscussionEllie, Sarah, Jemima and TBC with all attendees


If you are interested in attending any of the CPD events, please contact me at psychologyheadspaceguildford@gmail.com putting ‘CPD event’ in the subject line.