Are you interested in finding out what a career in psychotherapy has to offer?
In these series of pieces, UKCP members discuss their route into the profession and how they work. They demonstrate the different types of psychotherapists there are and the varied career paths that are open to those working in the psychotherapeutic profession.
You can find the stories of:
- John-Paul Davies
Talks about his transition from lawyer to psychotherapist.
- Catherine Knibbs
Shares how her worry for her children’s mental wellbeing led to her to pursue psychotherapeutic training.
- Julia Bueno
Unpacks her career working with people who have experienced a miscarriage.
- Gillie Jenkinson
After leaving an abusive cult herself Gillie sought to help break the cult mindset in others, which lead her to train as a psychotherapist.
- Penny Moon
In her career Penny has helped thousands of children and families, she shares her story.
- Dwight Turner
Discusses how he is challenging psychotherapy training and techniques to test students prejudices.
- Hannah Sherbersky
Working in the NHS and private practice Hannah talks about the varying aspects of her career, including her feature in a BBC TV documentary.
- Melissa Cliffe
Her career in Marketing held little long-term appeal after she found a therapy training that inspired her to change paths.
- Juliet Rosenfeld
Wanting to understand more about the mind and her own experience with depression Juliet began training as a psychotherapist.
- Stephen Westcott
Working in the music industry sparked UKCP psychotherapist Stephen Westcott interest in personal development and the therapeutic profession.
- Suzanne Worrica
UKCP psychotherapist Suzanne Worrica was drawn to the psychotherapeutic profession long before she started her training.
We have also recorded a podcast talking to our members about their unique route into psychotherapy, which you can listen to here.