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Psychotherapist in training listing application form

Psychotherapists in training at the Bowlby Centre have the opportunity to have their details listed on this website here. The following form can be used to let the centre's administrators know which details you would like to be listed, and therefore publicly accessible.

Member Listing Application Form

Members have the opportunity to have their practise listed in a database of UK psychotherapists which will  be displayed on this website here. The following form can be used to let the centre's administrators know which details you would like to be listed, and therefore publicly accessible. If you are not yet a member

The Bowlby Centre Code of Conduct

The Bowlby Centre Code of Conduct This Code of Conduct is intended to provide a framework of appropriate behaviour for students and members of the Bowlby Centre community.  It underpins Section 6 of The Bowlby Centre’s Complaints Policy so that, if an individual wants to make a complaint against a fellow member of

Members Sabbatical Policy

Members Sabbatical Policy CPD REPORTS      CPD reports will be submitted in the usual way, with a covering letter to the CPD Group outlining the reasons for the sabbatical. REASONS FOR A SABBATICAL People’s reasons for taking a sabbatical will vary.  Some examples might be: taking time off due to personal illness caring for

Referrals

Procedure for charging of a Referral Fee for clients referred to Bowlby Centre therapist by the Referrals Committee As many of you are aware, The Bowlby Centre charges a Referral Fee to those Member Therapists and Psychotherapists-in-Training who receive Low-Cost and Full-Fee client Referrals through our Referrals Committee, as a contribution to the costs

Post Taught Pre-Graduation Policy

Post Taught Pre-Graduation Policy There is likely to be a period of time between a student graduating from the taught elements of the clinical training to become an attachment-based psychoanalytic psychotherapist, and registering with the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). During this period, students are required to be in therapy with their Training Therapist.

Post-graduation, pre-registration policy

There is likely to be a period of time between a student graduating from the taught elements of the clinical training to become an attachment-based psychoanalytic psychotherapist, and registering with the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). During this period, students are required to be in therapy with their Training Therapist. If the student has not

Room Bookings Payment Policy

It is vital for the financial survival of the Bowlby Centre that the income due from room use is collected promptly. By the end of the year there should be in place a system by which rooms will have to be booked and paid for in advance online. Until that system is in place the following policy will

Re-accreditation

Re-accreditation Statement for Members Re-accreditation of psychotherapists will take place every five years as prescribed by the UKCP. The full re-accreditation procedure is detailed below and the CPD Group can help with any questions that you might have about this process. Please contact any member of the CPD Group (Tori Settle, Jane Parkinson and

Members Area

The Bowlby Centre Community Resource Student Handbook Member Handbook This new edition of the The Bowlby Centre handbook has been rewritten and reordered to reflect the developments at The Centre and the way we are growing and developing and achieving our vision. The Handbook seeks to help everyone