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Training in online therapy and digital mental health

Previously the lead for digital mental health and CBT at the University of Surrey, and currently Secretary for the DCP Subcommittee for Digital Mental Health, I have co-authored competencies for digital health skills. We are currently translating these into an e-learning package that will be hosted by the British Psychological Society and provided free for all psychological practitioners. Previously a teacher, and now as a psychologist, CBT therapist and trainer, I am skilled at delivering complex ideas and skills in an accessible and engaging way for learners.

"I also wanted to say thank-you for the course and that I really appreciated your teaching style, your in-depth expertise in the subject areas of CBT and Online Work - I have alot to learn.  I also appreciated your flexibility and thoughtfulness."

Latest training I've co-delivered:

British Psychological Society. Developing your digital practice skills: current practice and beyond. Two years after COVID-19 impacted on psychological practice, this webinar explores what digital skills psychologists and psychological practitioners need to work safely and ethically with clients now and in the future


E-Learning for the British Psychological Society

Together with colleagues from the Digital Healthcare Committee I have co-authored some e-learning on digital mental health


Clinical psychology doctoral courses

I provide workshops on digital mental health to trainee clinical psychologists at the Universities of London (Royal Holoway), UCL and Surrey. This year they have all been delivered remotely online. Please see here for a recent news report. Feedback has been very positive.

"Really interesting teaching and learnt a lot, loved the use of break out rooms" (trainee at UCL)


I offer training to organisations in the following areas:

  • Introduction to CBT: Basic skills
  • CBT for Generalised Anxiety Disorder
  • CBT for Chronic Pain
  • How to deliver therapy by video call
  • Managing stress and improving wellbeing during covid 19
  • How to deliver mindfulness groups by video call: a workshop for mindfulness teachers
  • Adapting CBT to video call
  • Supervision by video call
  • Delivering group therapy by video call

Training can be in person or remote. Remote training can be delivered in two formats:

  • Zoom Meetings: Participants interact fully via audio and video. Small group work can be run via Break-out Rooms. Polls and Chat provide additional ways to interact.
  • Zoom webinars: Participants have the option to attend anonymously. Participants do not have video and instead interact via Polls, Q&A and Chat

All remote trainings can be recorded for viewing by participants unable to attend live on the day.

Please see my YouTube Channel for examples of my work


Webinar Series: ‘Delivering therapy by video call: Top Tips with Dr Alesia Moulton-Perkins + Guest Panellists

During the start of lockdown during the Covid-19 crisis presented a series of free webinars giving tips on how to deliver psychological therapy safely and effectively by video call. I was joined in each episode by a different panellist who shared their experiences of working psychologically by video call.


"Many thanks for sharing all of this. I found the webinar really useful and enjoyed all of the practical tips that you gave for setting up video calls, thinking about the environment and managing issues that might crop up. I have taken part in a few webinars on video and teletherapy over the last few months and found yours particularly useful. I will be recommending the you tube link to the department" (Helen, participant in webinar 'Delivering Therapy by Video Call: Top Tips').

"I would like to thank you for the training opportunity offered on line yesterday.  It was very well structured and informative. Pace was excellent. As I am an interpreter, with experience of working in a mental health setting on-line, I was especially interested in the Qs and As and discussion afterwards" (Nathalie, participant in webinar on delivering therapy by video call and working with interpreters )

"I’ve watched the webinars 1 + 2 and wanted to say they are superb. You’ve done a fantastic job!!  There is so much in them for practitioners. Many sound delivery processes now available that weren’t around when I started. It’s a goldmine of information for any practitioner. To be able to chat to you and the very approachable panel who are all professionals working in the field is an absolute gift for therapists. I do wish you well, you made the webinar look so effortless when we know there’s a great deal of work involved." (Liz, Scotland, retired forensic psychologist specialising in Tourette's)






Panellist (s)




04.04.20     14:00-15:00    

Dr Sarah Swan

Dr Megan Kendall

Prof Helen Pote


Sarah Swan: adult mental health, EMDR

Megan Kendall: adult and adolescent mental health

Helen children and young people, supervision and research





Dr Sarah Swan & Dr Lucy Hale, Clinical Psychologists


Lucy CBT by video call with adults & adolescents with OCD, appearance-related anxiety (including eating disorders) & social anxiety. Sarah will be talking about how she built her confidence online.

Part 1 video

Part 2 Video





Pip Weitz, Psychotherapist


Pip will be speaking about the therapeutic relationship online

Part 1 video

Part 2 video





Dr Clara O’Brien, Neuropsychologist  & Dr Tina Cohen


The challenges and possibilities of neuropsychology by video call

Part 1 video

Part 2 Q&A






Natalie Bidad, trainee clinical psychologist & Dr Beverley Costa


Working with interpreters by video call

Part 1 video

Part 2 Q & A

17.06.20     13:00-14:30    


Sarah Sharp, CBiT Therapist & Jolande van Griendt, Health Psychologist & CBT Therapist, Dr Seonaid Anderson, Research Psychologist

    Working with people with Tourette's and Tic Disorder by video call


Please let me know if you would like me to do some training for your organisation. Give me a call on +447903653177 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Paperwork templates

I provide templates of online therapy contracts, consent forms and GDPR agreements, as well as other resources to support online and face to face therapists via my online shop. If you have participated in one of my training events, ask me for a discount code.



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Dr Alesia Moulton-Perkins

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