If you would like Peter to appear as part of a broadcast, discussion panel, podcast or another type of event then send an email. Below are a selection of his recent appearances.
In 2020 Peter was invited onto the BACP podcast to discuss his career and how he came to be a therapist. He has also appeared on the Therapy Files podcast where he discussed the importance of professional boundaries for therapists. Dr Michelle Seabrook interviewed him for her podcast on the topic of resilience called Resilience Reflections. You can also find Peter on his own podcast for #TherapistsConnect where he interviews therapists about their life and work. His most recent podcast appearance was to launch the Breaking The Boundaries Collective.
Articles and Blogs
Peter has written a variety of shorter articles for various groups and organisations. One of his earliest contributions was to the Get Psyched website which asked him to write about the origins of #TherapistsConnect. However, since then he has also written for the British Association of Social Workers exploring the role of social workers outside of statutory settings. He has also written for the International Society of Psychotherapy and Counselling about the importance of boundaries when setting up a private practice.
In addition to writing articles, Peter has also been featured in various magazines and journals highlighting aspects of his work. The National Counselling and Psychotherapy Society published an article showcasing the #TherapistsConnect team including all of their volunteers. The BACP published a professional profile about Peter's career and has also highlighted his work under the Members Making a Difference section of Therapy Today. The Psychologist magazine interviewed Peter for an article about setting up Open Voices, and what it was like working with their authors. In another issue, they also highlighted some of Peter's research when he presented at the Qualitative Methods in Practice Research Conference in 2022.
Radio, TV and other Broadcasts
Peter has been a reoccurring guest on BBC Radio Merseyside's - Ask the Expert, answering listeners' questions about managing their mental health through the pandemic. As part of winning the CPCAB award for his PhD research in 2019, he was interviewed for their YouTube channel.
Peter has also chaired multiple debates about the SCoPEd project which is a competency framework that is being established by professional membership bodies within the UK. This is a controversial subject and as part of organising and chairing these debates, he has been working collaboratively with other therapists to encourage a wide range of viewpoints to be heard. This included organising and charing a debate for students and one that had representatives from the various membership bodies.