Full non-clinical membership

Have you been a full-clinical member of UKCP for more than five years? Is your current work moving away from clinical practice and towards teaching, supervision, or other psychotherapeutic roles? Then you might qualify for our full non-clinical membership.

 

Why apply for UKCP full non-clinical membership

The non-clinical membership grade is for existing members, who are offering supervision or are teaching but are no longer engaged in clinical practice. As a non-clinical member, you would not be required to undertake the reaccreditation process. If you are a UKCP registered supervisor, you will be able to remain on our Supervisor Directory. By holding a UKCP full non-clinical membership, you will continue demonstrating your dedication to the promotion of psychotherapy and good mental health practices.

UKCP registration is a testament for prospective employers of your commitment to ongoing training and development and challenging yourself to deliver work of the highest standard.

Benefits of full non-clinical membership

Be the first to know about our exclusive networking opportunities – including regional events, Members’ Forum and special interest groups – and meet other high-calibre professionals.

Conducting good research incurs costs. As a full non-clinical member, you may qualify to receive financial assistance through the UKCP Research Fund.

Stay informed about developments in psychotherapy and mental health with a free subscription of the New Psychotherapist magazine, published three times a year.

Our fortnightly emails will keep you fully briefed on news affecting the profession, updates on our campaigns, and the latest developments within UKCP.

You will be the first to know about our free and exclusive webinar series, covering member-recommended topics such as remote working and self-marketing your practice. The video archive of previous sessions is also available for streaming in case you’re not able to attend the live event.

We’ve also negotiated special rates on professional indemnity insurance with two leading insurance companies to help you manage the cost of your practice.

You’ll also have first-hand access to reduced prices on tickets to our events and conferences, as well as the UKCP book series.

 

Membership fees

To see our membership fees for the current year, visit our Membership fees page. Our membership year runs from 1 October to 30 September. If you join part way through the year, the fee will be pro-rated – for example, if you join in November, you pay 11/12th of the annual fee.

 

How to join

To change your membership grade please apply for a new membership grade online using our step-by-step guide

By applying to and renewing your membership, you automatically agree to the full non-clinical membership declaration/terms and conditions. 

For more information, please email our membership team.

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