Read our latest guidance and resources about therapy during COVID-19.
With many having to restrict their social interactions with loved ones, the pandemic can affect our reasons to be happy.
My clients continually remind me of our human capacity to endure, heal from and survive seemingly intractable problems. It strikes me that it could be of real value to share what they have taught me about what made the greatest difference to them.
Trauma is any unhealed psychological wound. It’s the response our nervous system has to a frightening and distressing experience. So, how can integrating the body into therapy can help us heal.
The Professional Standards Authority (PSA) is carrying out a review of the effectiveness of the Accredited Registers programme, of which our register is part. UKCP has prepared and sent the following response.
To help you get the most from Find a Therapist, here are some of the new features which might help your profile stand out.
The newly formed Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Taskforce is responsible for producing an action plan to improve the experience of those from minority backgrounds both part of UKCP and the wider public. The Taskforce has shared their introductory statement.
New funded trainee places have been made available in NHS Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) services. The majority of these will be non-CBT roles and all of them will be recruited from outside the existing IAPT workforce.
Our understanding of sexual abuse has changed over time and we are no a lot more aware of its frequency and its impact on an individual.
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