By Robert Bor
Sincerely taking off the variety of techniques for counselling and psychotherapy trainees, this booklet offers the pro pathways and major theoretical versions available.
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What it offers is a set of criteria concerning training and practice which must be satis®ed if an individual is to receive chartered status as a counselling psychologist. As such it can be described as a yardstick against which an individual can measure her or his progress towards satisfying the diploma requirements. Put another way, it can be thought of as a template onto which the person can map their training and quali®cations. The diploma involves three years full-time study and practice or its part-time equivalent.
A number of counsellors believe that accreditation re¯ects the sense that a senior practitioner stage of development has been achieved. Other counsellors see the process of accreditation as complex and complicated (Wilkins & Frankland, 1997). There are currently three routes to counsellor accreditation and accreditation with the BACP is currently only available for work with individuals or couples and does not apply to group or family counselling. This situation is likely to change as accreditation for a range of counselling specialisms and counselling contexts moves towards validating those who work in them ± for example, trauma and substance misuse counselling and/or counselling at work or in medical settings.
In W. ), Questions and answers on counselling in action. London: Sage. Feltham, C. (1997). Introduction: irreconcilable psychotherapies. In C. ), Which psychotherapy? London: Sage. National Health Service Executive (1996). NHS psychotherapy services in England: review of strategic policy. London: NHS Executive. Woolfe, R. (1997). Counselling in Britain: present position and future prospects. In S. Palmer & G. McMahon (Eds), Handbook of counselling. London: Routledge. 2 British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Accreditation Gladeana McMahon BACP BACKGROUND As the use of counsellors, paid or unpaid, began to increase during the late 1970s and early 1980s, many organisations and individuals became confused at the range of counselling quali®cations and models of counselling training available in the UK.
A beginner's guide to training in counselling & psychotherapy by Robert Bor