Website: www.cybertrauma.com

Twitter: @nibzy

Instagram: @nibzy_5.0

Facebook: Cyber Trauma and Young People

Catherine is a Human Being, Mum, Author, Doctoral (PhD) Clinical Researcher and Child/Adult Psychotherapist specialising in virtual and corporeal trauma using Integrative creative methods including gaming and biofeedback. She is a gamer, blogger, vlogger and podcaster. She is the director for Privacy4 (an industry Information Standard for Therapists), a cyber specialist and proposes a new theory as to why we engage in cyber space as we do.

Catherine has published in peer reviewed journals as a leading researcher in the U.K. around the topic of cybertrauma which includes a new academic definition for cyberbullying and cybertrauma/online harms. She writes for some of the largest U.K. online safety companies, including a national newsletter #DITTO that goes directly into schools. She presents at national and international conferences (which has included CCMH/IATE, NSPCC, Marie Collins, Onlinevents and has presented at ACTO (the leading online counselling organisation in U.K.), ACTIO, Confer and other leading Psychotherapy Organisations around this large topic. She has been on Therapist Uncensored, Shrink Rap Radio and Trauma Therapist podcasts in the U.S.

She is UKCP MSc dual Child & Adult Psychotherapist. She’s a mum to two adult boys, runs a trauma practice and has a private practice too. Currently writing a second book. She has a great self-care routine and uses Functional medicine principles and nutrigenomics to ‘biohack’ to ensure she is performing optimally for herself and her clients.

The podcast is called Cybersynapse and is available on YouTube, iTunes, Spotify, Anchor and many more audio platforms.

 

Who We Are

We are an association of individuals who specialise in the complex and evolving area of online safety. We are passionate about working with schools and other organisations to deliver impactful online safety education and support to children, young people, professionals and adults of all ages. We combine our knowledge, experience and skillsets working to a specific set of values and a code of conduct which ensures that the child is at the centre of everything we do to help keep children safer online.

Our primary purpose is to ensure the delivery of high quality education, advice and support to all schools around online safety – keeping children safer online.