In 2020 I won Researcher of the Year 2020, judges stated "Dr Blundell utilises social media to open up access to his research topic and related themes. He regularly makes comment on boundaries and harm in therapy - a contentious but necessary topic to keep pulling into the light. He also champions the research of others and for these reasons, he was chosen as researcher of the year 2020", National Counsellors' Day (Counsellors Together UK)


In 2020 I chaired multiple online debates with therapists discussing the proposed SCoPEd project. The first debate (see video on left) was with therapists. The second debate was with students (to view this please see #TherapistsConnect YouTube Channel). 


In 2020 I won Counsellor of the Year 2020, judges stated "The winner of this award was chosen from the shortlisted nominees. It was an easy choice to pick Peter due to the success he has had in building up the #TherapistsConnect community. It all began with a simple tweet that snowballed into the incredible movement that it is now", National Counsellors' Day (Counsellors Together UK). 

In 2019 I won the CPCAB Research Award for my PhD research. This research explored how counsellors understand and experience boundaries in their counselling practice. As part of the award I was interviewed about my research for the Counselling Channel (see left). 

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