UKCP's strategic objectives
UKCP has a number of strategic objectives that unpin our work. They are:
Make sure that high-quality psychotherapy and psychotherapeutic counselling in both private and public sectors is available to everyone, no matter who they are.
Continue to improve way we engage with our individual and organisational members and provide services and benefits which are valued by all.
Maintain standards of excellence
Protect the public by making sure everyone on our register meets our professional standards – and at the same time making sure our register meets national accreditation requirements.
Continue setting high standards in the way we govern and organise ourselves.
Collaborating for success
Develop existing external collaborations and actively seek new ones to achieve a more powerful voice to promote psychotherapy and psychotherapeutic counselling.
Carry out appropriate research and use findings to promote psychotherapy and psychotherapeutic counselling and inform our members’ training and development for the benefit of all.
- UKCP welcomes extra mental health funding, but more is needed
- The future of psychotherapy: science, politics and best practice
- UKCP backs independent inquiry into child mental health services following teenager death
- UKCP and BPC welcome parliamentary report into access to mental health services
- UKCP calls for shorter waiting times and more choice for mental health in Scotland
- UKCP Ethics Committee – External Stakeholder Consultation for the new draft Code of Ethics