More on my candidacy for BACP Governor
Theraputic abuse and red flags
I have written a number of times on the need for better regulation of counselling and psychotherapy in the UK. Given our position, where anyone, regardless of…… Read more “Theraputic abuse and red flags”
We expect, and need, better than this from the BACP
The in-house journal of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy is Therapy Today. It is sent to every member of the organisation as well as being…… Read more “We expect, and need, better than this from the BACP”
Just who is educating who?
In this post I explore a change to the BACP ethical framework which says counsellors should not expect clients to educate them
Expecting to be Educated
This month the new BACP ethical framework was released. (opens in PDF) The BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) is only one of the various professional…… Read more “Expecting to be Educated”
Questions for Counsellors.
Recently Amanda Williamson, a respected colleague tweeted this; “@amBBAH: 1 in 20 view their therapy as damaging #MHyork15pic.twitter.com/l4yZxUIKl6”. < important not to ignore things like this…… Read more “Questions for Counsellors.”
Conversion Therapy and the need for regulation of counselling.
The tragic death of Leelha Alcorn has left many searching for answers. At 17 she decided that she could not face a life where she was denied…… Read more “Conversion Therapy and the need for regulation of counselling.”
They needed counselling.
Listening to the radio this week I heard a victim of Ray Teret talk about her life.She stated that being raped by him had been so traumatic…… Read more “They needed counselling.”