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Sharing your experiences
We’re sharing our members' blogs about how you’ve been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the impact it’s had on you and your practice.
Coronavirus: Advice for the public
Our members offer tips, advice and coping strategies to help you through these uncertain times.
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SCoPEd member questionnaire Summer 2020
Thank you to everyone took the time to complete the questionnaire and share their views with us
Coronavirus: Report shows toll on children's mental health
New figures underline importance of our school counselling campaign, says our CYPF Lead
School counselling campaign raised in Parliament
We briefed MPs for a debate on support for children and families during the Covid-19 pandemic
New online counselling service for farmers launched
Our members will deliver RABI's new online counselling support for the farming community
Impact of parental conflict on children's mental health
New campaign aims to stop children being harmed by conflict between warring parents
How to cope with the darker days ahead this winter
Our members share their tips if the prospect of a difficult winter or if seasonal depression is affecting your mental health and wellbeing
The big issue: Is EAP counselling really working?
Open article: Do employee assistance programmes exploit counsellors to make money, or do they offer a much-needed service and regular employment? Nicola Banning investigates. Therapy Today, November 2020
Working with the dead
Open article: When we clapped for the carers, we may not have had funeral professionals in mind. Catherine Betley and Joanna Williams outline how they support the forgotten frontline of workers who care for the dead. BACP Workplace, October 2020
One step at a time: coaching for social change
Open article: Carolyn Mumby explores the role that coaching has to play in changing our world for the better. Coaching Today, October 2020
Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions
The full Ethical Framework with additional resources, videos and FAQs. All members commit to complying with the Ethical Framework as part of their terms and conditions of membership.
Information, resources and support to help you make ethical decisions and implement ethical practice.
How we uphold high standards of proficiency and ethical practice within the counselling professions.