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Guidance and resources for members
From our website... on ageing
Every month we're pulling together a collection of resources from across the website on a topical theme. To coincide with National Dementia Carers’ Day and World Alzheimer's Month, our September focus is on ageing.
Help us develop our Learning centre
We're looking for member volunteers to join our Learning centre functionality focus group
Couples and relationship ethics consultant - invitation to tender
We're looking for an experienced couples and relationship counsellor or psychotherapist to join our Ethics Services team on a contract for services basis. Closing date 8 October 2021.
Our member 'thrilled' to win national award
Judges were impressed by the work of perinatal mental health charity MumsAid
Call for immediate action to address health inequalities
We’ve co-signed a letter to Boris Johnson along with other members of the Inequalities in Health Alliance
I-gen: how context drives mental health
Open article: Each generation needs to confront the issues of their era. Turkan Dogan explores the challenges faced by the I-Gen, the Internet Generation. University and College Counselling, September 2021
How the body responds to racism
Open article: Alexander Oviawe explains how racism leads to neurological and biological responses that impact on mind, mood and body. Private Practice, September 2021
Open article: Jennifer Pitt discusses parental narcissism, the impact on young people and how counsellors can address their unmet needs. BACP Children, Young People and Families, September 2021
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.
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.