A beginner's guide to training in counselling & by Robert Bor

By Robert Bor

Truly starting up the diversity of techniques for counselling and psychotherapy trainees, this ebook provides the pro pathways and major theoretical types available.

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The new system allows for dedicated staff to work closely together to agreed deadlines ensuring that all applications receive a more standardised assessment from a group of people trained and experienced in a variety of therapeutic approaches. Only time will tell what real advantages or disadvantages the new system will bring. From 1 April 2000, BACP introduced changes which affected the accreditation categories. Members were placed in two categories: those of `registered' or `senior registered' practitioners.

In addition, every Special Member and every Institutional Member appoints a representative to sit on the committee. The Chair of the Training Standards Committee is elected at the AGM. 2 Notes on the UKCP structure and enhance the UKCP's pro®le and ensure that the member organisations maintain high professional standards. Volunteers, who are UKCP registered, usually staff committees. They provide their time freely. This is no different to most other professional organisations. The Professional Conference Sub-Committee organises the annual conference, while the Continuing Professional Development Committee (CPD) plays a signi®cant role in developing CPD guidelines for psychotherapists.

This would mean that anyone claiming to be a psychotherapist would by law have to be on a register and abide by a strict code of conduct and ethics. Only psychotherapists who have reached a high level of competence would be included on the register. This Bill is being pushed through parliament because the current procedures adopted to regulate the profession are not adequate. At present, not all psychotherapists are included in the National Register of Psychotherapists. Therefore people looking for psychotherapy may inadvertently be seen by individuals professing to be psychotherapists who in reality have little or no training to help them and may even go on to exploit them ®nancially or sexually.

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