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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
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Coronavirus: Exploring experiences of online counselling
We’re working with the Open University to explore members' experiences of online therapy during Covid-19
Coronavirus: Staying mentally well this winter
We continue to press government to discuss expanding counselling to help meet the growing need
Ronan Keating: I have therapy when I feel fragile
Boyzone star urges men to talk as he opens up about his mental health
Coronavirus: Psychological impact on older people
Age UK's report underlines our campaign for government to recognise the mental health effects of the pandemic
'How counselling helped me after my father died from coronavirus’
Steve talks about his experience of grief counselling after his father passed away
Coronavirus: Seek mental health support if you need it
We welcome new NHS campaign and call for a wider range of opportunities to access therapy
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
Single-session formulation: An alternative to the waiting list
Open article: As services buckle under exponential rises in demand for therapy, Peter Jenkins outlines a model of short-term intervention designed to alleviate pressures on our systems of work. University and College Counselling, November 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.
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.