UKCP

AcronymDefinition
UKCPUnited Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy
UKCPUnited Kingdom Car-Parrinello (research consortium)
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TACT clinical director Karen Davies-Hough said: "We're absolutely delighted the UKCP values our work so highly.
But the ECHO learned the charity, whose membership costs pounds 20, had not received any money from UKCPS since October last year.
After the ECHO asked where the money had gone, UKCPS handed over the cash.
To gain access to the UKCP register, you need: a postgraduate-level qualification in psychotherapy from a UKCP-approved training provider, or membership with a UKCP-approved organisation.
They went on to say: 'My passion is for protecting the public and I know the UKCP shares this value' (Sharma, 2015: p 40).
I contacted the Chair of the UKCP on several occasions on some of these issues; they offered 'no comment'.
Phenomenology can help us to project ourselves into the possibilities of awareness, and the principles of the UKCP and other institutions serve to warn us about that into which we may be thrown.
Andrew Samuels, Professor of Analytical Psychology at Essex and until recently the chair of UKCP, has described what's happening in the NHS as 'scandalous', as 'decades of skill and commitment are being junked, and against patients' wishes' (Guardian, 8 November 2012)
Derek Bean is a UKCP registered existential psychotherapist working in private practice.
Happily, the summary he gives of the critical constructivist position is consistent with the philosophical statement of the Constructivist College posted on the UKCP website (UKCP 2012).
Natasha Synesiou (PGDip, ADEP) is a UKCP Registered existential psychotherapist in private practice with a special interest in embodiment, illness and end of life.
Hugh Hetherington (MBACP senior accredited, UKCP registered) is a therapist and supervisor in private practice in London and in Sandwich, Kent.