There are many networking opportunities providing both online and offline ways for UKCP members to get together with other therapists to discuss practice issues and developments in the profession.
Our UKCP book series provides members with an opportunity to become published authors and make a significant contribution to the literature about psychotherapy and psychotherapeutic counselling.
Members who are interested in working overseas can apply for the European Certificate of Psychotherapy, which is recognised across Europe. They can also register with the Irish Council for Psychotherapy.
If you are interested in becoming a book reviewer for The Psychotherapist magazine, please click here for our guidelines and a list of available titles.
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- UKCP Ethics Committee – External Stakeholder Consultation for the new draft Code of Ethics