CPPE has launched a coaching service to help pharmacy professionals deal with pressures in the workplace.

Working in pharmacy can be stressful and isolating at times and sometimes one-to-one peer support is not available.

To combat this, CPPE has launched a professional coaching service to help pharmacists deal with any challenges they may be facing in their workplace.

You may find it useful if you are looking to develop your current role or are thinking about changing roles. Or you may be facing a difficult situation at work and would benefit from some external support.

Confidential service

The service takes the form of confidential sessions with a trained coach. The sessions are designed to support you through work-related issues or barriers.

You will meet with your coach for up to six one-hour sessions over an agreed timeframe. You will define your goals and set out objectives to work towards the goals.

There is no charge to access the coaching service, which is available to all pharmacy professionals.

If you are interested in speaking to one of our coaches, then download and complete the application form, describing the nature of your issue or goal. You will then be matched with the most appropriate person to help you reach that goal.

The application form is available at: cppe.ac.uk/support/need-support.

If you have made a new year’s resolution to change something about your working life, then this is a great opportunity to make it happen in a supportive, caring environment.

There is no charge to access the coaching service

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