We are in the process of updating the Media Centre to make it a more useful resource for both journalists and members - sorry that things are looking a little sparse in the meantime! Please do get in touch using the contact details below if there is anything we can help you with.†
For all media enquiries, call our press office on 01455 883 342, or email†email@example.com.†
If you need an urgent response to a media enquiry outside office hours, call Ruth Clowes, Media and Communications Manager, on 07964 902 906.†
For non-media enquiries please call our main switchboard on 01455 883 300.
Who we are
We raise awareness among the public of BACP, and of counselling and psychotherapy more generally. We make sure that the organisationís public communications are delivered in an appropriate, timely and consistent way. As well as managing the public reputation of BACP, we monitor press activity, deal with incoming media enquiries and collaborate with other departments to release statements relating to topical events. Our proactive media activity draws on the results of regular public surveys, engagement with key media outlets and an expanding network of expert member spokespeople.
Ways we can help
- As the largest professional body representing counselling and psychotherapy in the UK, we are in a unique position to offer informed, professional comment on news stories and current events relevant to the profession
- We can work with you to develop exclusive stories relating to counselling, psychotherapy and mental health, tailored to suit your audience
- We have access to a variety of spokespeople who can provide expert comment for print and broadcast interviews
- Our attitudes surveys provide a snapshot of the British public's opinions about therapy - contact us for the details.
Our†home page†gives more information about the organisation and its objectives.
Visit our public website†It's Good To Talk†for more information about counselling and psychotherapy.
A link to our†Ethical Framework.
To view all past press releases