UKCP colleges are collections of members – organisational or individual – who share a philosophy of psychotherapy.
Each college holds standards for education, training and practice that are compatible with UKCP’s generic standards and with the individual college’s philosophy.
Colleges are responsible for accepting applicants into full membership of UKCP and all existing members must belong to a college.
There are 11 UKCP colleges:
- Cognitive Psychotherapies College (CPC)
- College of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapies (C-CAP)
- College for Family, Couple and Systemic Therapy (CFCST)
- College of Hypno-Psychotherapists (CH-P)
- College of Medical Psychotherapists (CMP)
- College for Sexual and Relationship Psychotherapy (CSRP)
- Constructivist and Existential College (CEC)
- Council for Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis College (CPJAC)
- Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy College (HIPC)
- Psychotherapeutic Counselling and Intersubjective Psychotherapy College (PCIPC)
- Universities Training College (UTC)
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