By Robert Bor
Sincerely starting up the diversity of strategies for counselling and psychotherapy trainees, this publication provides the pro pathways and major theoretical versions available.
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The annual BACP handbook, Training in Counselling and Psychotherapy, offers the best general guide to the training that is available. Trainees thinking about employment in a psychotherapy capacity within the NHS should also be aware that membership of some sections carries greater weight than others in terms of employment potential. As a general rule, psychodymic/analytical and cognitivebehavioural trainings are likely to be most favoured. COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY Professions are not static and in recent years a major newcomer has entered the ®eld of counselling training: counselling psychology.
THE PSYCHOTHERAPIST The UKCP produces a biannual publication which all registered psychotherapists receive. This publication contains a variety of information for psychotherapists on issues such as the UKCP's work, the annual conference and contributions from individual psychotherapists and sections. For example, Dr Andrew R. Arthur (2000) outlined a study he undertook which focused on the possible links between theoretical orientation and the personalities of psychotherapists. His participants were drawn from two sections, The Behavioural and Cognitive Section and the British Confederation of Psychotherapists who at the time were a member organisation of the Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Section.
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.