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How to overcome cyber trauma: a podcast with UKCP

Psychologies and UKCP 'Talking Therapies' podcast: Have you experienced cyber trauma?

by Psychologies

Has the internet left you feeling anxious, angry, upset or depressed?

Perhaps you’ve experienced cyberbullying, or seen a video or photo that left you feeling distressed? The web can be a dark place and the experiences we have online can have a real impact on our life outside.

So, what is cybertrauma and (how) can it have a long-term impact on our mental health?

Stay tuned for UKCP’s CEO Sarah Niblock in discussion with UKCP psychotherapist Catherine Knibbs.

About the UKCP and how to find a therapist:

The UKCP: Alongside professional support for our members, we are the leading research, innovation, educational and regulatory body working to advance psychotherapies for the benefit of all. Our membership includes more than 8,000 therapists and 70 training and accrediting organisations. Members work privately, in public health or third-sector organisations, offering a range of approaches for couples, individuals, families and groups.

To find the right therapist, click here to access our directory and look at our Life Labs Channel of experts who may be able to help, or visit the UKCP's website to locate a therapist near you.

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