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MBACP Members have a deadline of 31st March 2016 to become registered before this category ceases to exist.
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Counselling MindEd launched
Do you want to develop your skills to work with children, young people and young adults?
Counselling MindEd is part of a wider MindEd project funded by the DH, it is the "go to" resource for FREE, high quality, engaging e-learning.
Visit www.minded.org.uk to go to the e-learning portal or alternatively, for more information contact us on 01455 883395.
The British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy is a membership organisation and a registered charity that sets standards for therapeutic practice and provides information for therapists, clients of therapy, and the general public.
As the largest professional body representing counselling and psychotherapy in the UK, BACP aims to increase public understanding of the benefits of counselling and psychotherapy, raise awareness of what can be expected from the process of therapy and promote education and/or training for counsellors and psychotherapists.
Read more about BACP's history and structure.
Latest from BACP
- Cataloguing the latest news, publications and opportunities
- In The Media
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- Providing a source of information on CPD opportunities from participating providers.
- Jobs Online
- The most recent counselling and therapy based jobs
- Visit the website of the BACP journal
- CPR Journal
- Linking Research with Practice
General Election 2015Policy and Public Affairs - 23 March 2015
Read the March issue of Therapy TodayTherapy Today News - 19 March 2015
Professional Development Days coming to a location near youEvents - 02 February 2015
Psychological Therapies and Parity of Esteem: from commitment to realityPolicy and Public Affairs - 03 December 2014
38th Annual General MeetingAGM 2014 - 03 November 2014
Member update on the Ethical Framework ConsultationEthical Framework - 27 August 2014
It's Good To Talk mentioned in Daily Mail agony aunt columnMedia Coverage - 29th March 2015
Myira Khan shortlisted for the 2015 Asian Women of Achievement AwardsMedia Coverage - 29th March 2015
Counselling in schools: a blueprint for the futurePress Release - 26th March 2015
School-based Counselling: Promises Must Become RealityPress Release - 20th March 2015
BACP member William Pullen interviewed in the Independent about Dynamic Running TherapyMedia Coverage - 12th March 2015
Private Practice Network Meeting, Cheltenham14 April 2015
For as little as £7.20 per month BACP can offer you your own therapy website. Below are some of our latest member websites.
www.anniemckinney.counselling.co.ukAnnie McKinney is a BACP registered counsellor / therapist based near Newmarket, with an interest in Mindfulness.
www.bissability.bacp.co.ukKerry Biss is a BACP Registered counsellor working in and around Bathgate and specialises in accessible disability counselling.
www.angelablanchard.counselling.co.ukAngela Blanchard is a BACP Registered counsellor working in Staffordshire offering a person-centred approach to everyday problems with living.
www.alisontyler.counselling.co.ukAlison Tyler is a counsellor working in Wantage, Witney and Woodstock. A member of the BACP, she works with adults and young people.
Guidance on how to bring professional obligations to a close Course Author: Sally Despenser
Preparing for supervision and getting the most out of it Course Author: Sally Despenser
Psychopharmacology and counselling and psychotherapy Course Author: Rachel Freeth
Supervisors: how to support your supervisee through the Counsellor/Psychotherapist Accreditation Process Course Author: Patience O'Neill
The therapist's personal safety and care in the workplace Course Author: Sally Despenser
Facebook Business Page Course WORLDWIDE - 1 Apr 2015
Email Skills for Counsellors WORLDWIDE - 1 Apr 2015
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Diploma Lincolnshire - 18 Apr 2015
Change Certificate in Solution Focused Practice West Midlands - 13 Jun 2015
Please note: You must be a BACP member to view full job details.
PARENT COUNSELLOR, 4 days, 28.8 hpw (Leeds)Closes: 31 March 2015
PARENT COUNSELLOR, 4 days, 28.8 hpw (Ealing) Closes: 31 March 2015
COUNSELLORCloses: 2 April 2015
COUNSELLOR (East Sussex – Eastbourne & Heathfield)Closes: 3 April 2015
Therapy Today is the flagship professional journal of BACP. The journal contains informative, authoritative articles on all aspects of counselling and psychotherapy, along with regular features such as columns, news, questionnaires, dilemmas, the latest research studies, reviews and readers' letters.
Published ten times a year, Therapy Today is mailed out free of charge to every member of BACP. You can also subscribe to the journal.
Visit TherapyToday.net, for past articles, to read the latest issue and to access features written exclusively for the website.
Counselling and Psychotherapy Research journal's website, features digests of research papers, research news and advance information on the next issue of CPR. Exclusive to the site is an easy to navigate glossary of research terms, book reviews and specially commissioned content that helps practitioners link research with practice.