BACP accreditation schemes aim to recognise the achievement of high standards of knowledge, experience and development in counselling and psychotherapy.
They help clients, employers, practitioners and students to make an informed decision when choosing a therapist, service or training course.
To apply, you must be able to demonstrate that you meet the required standards and complete a rigorous application and assessment process. All our accreditation schemes require current and ongoing membership of BACP.
Find out how to gain BACP accreditation, and how to renew or reinstate your accredited membership.
Senior accredited membership
Find out how to gain BACP senior accreditation, and how to renew or reinstate your senior accredited membership.
IACP and BACP recognition of accreditation
How to apply for recognition of your IACP accreditation
BACP accreditation is the mark of a high quality, professional practitioner training course. It guarantees a standard of training accepted for BACP membership, registration and accreditation.
Course accreditation: Person-centred experiential - Counselling for Depression
Accreditation scheme for training centres wishing to offer courses in Person-centred experiential - Counselling for Depression
BACP accreditation demonstrates that a service provider offers an accountable, ethical, professional and responsive service to clients, staff, volunteers and stakeholders.