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Additional funding announced for early support mental health hubs
Government commits to another £3 million for hubs for young people
Government launch new voluntary baby loss certificate
We welcome new certificate recognising baby loss before 24 weeks’ gestation.
Eating Disorders Awareness Week: What is ARFID?
Our members to shine a light on one of the largely unknown and misdiagnosed eating disorders, ARFID (avoidant restrictive food intake disorder).
School counselling funding announced by Brighton council
Our campaign led to council support for counselling funding in 10 local secondary schools
SCoPEd partnership update
The SCoPEd partners update on work underway regarding the SCoPEd framework implementation, governance and impact assessment.
Children’s Mental Health Week: Using our voice to support young people in need
Our call for action on school counselling, in a year where a General Election is expected
The big issue: Adapt and survive
Open article: Catherine Jackson talks to the innovators of community-based mental health initiatives that are thriving despite the cost of living crisis. Therapy Today, February 2024
Where is the humanity? The gift of presence in coaching
Open article: In a coaching climate increasingly driven by new technologies and the rise of artificial intelligence (AI), coach and trainer George Warren asks: in what way is the future of coaching relational? Coaching Today, January 2024
The legacy of shame
Dr Aileen Alleyne explores the impact of white, colonial oppression on black lives and suggests how we can all work to heal from the collective trauma of a shameful past. Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal, January 2024
Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions
The Ethical Framework sets out the expected ethical principles, values and good practice standards for BACP members. All members commit to complying with the Ethical Framework as part of their terms and conditions of membership.
Need help with an ethical dilemma? Find information and support or book a consultation with our ethics officers.
How we uphold high standards of proficiency and ethical practice within the counselling professions.