• The Admin Sections Parts A - F are fiddly and need to be completed with the right information in a particular format. It’s easy to get confused by the guidance, or thrown by the online form and how it is asking you to enter your information. In this short guide, we go through each section and give easy guidance on how best to approach them.
  • Just as the title says, this is a complete guide to the BACP accreditation process, comprising all our other ebooks put together. It takes you through every stage, from getting your mindset right, preparing and planning, gathering your information for the Admin Sections Parts A - F and then, at the heart of the application, Part G Reflective Criterion 1 & 2. At less than the price of a supervision session, this guide is a must-have if you want to make going for your accreditation as simple and stress-free as possible!
  • Criterion 1 is 2,500 words on your Current Way of Working. It is made up of five different questions and is the foundation for anything you go on to write in Criterion 2. It can feel daunting to understand what the questions mean and to think about answering them in a focused and succinct way. In this guide we de-mystify Criterion 1 and take you step by step through each of the questions in turn.
  • Criterion 2 is 3,000 words entitled Case Material. This is where you use a chosen client case to demonstrate your way of working, building on your answers in Criterion 1. It has five different areas to address and it’s important to focus on answering each question, rather than telling a client story. It can feel daunting to understand what the questions mean and to think about answering them in a focused and succinct way. In this guide we de-mystify Criterion 2 and take you step by step through each of the questions in turn.
  • Going for your accreditation is more like a marathon than a sprint. It takes preparation, planning and sustainable motivation to get you from start to finish. In this guide we look at strategies to get you started, plan out your goals and timescales and keep you on track to get the project finished. 
  • The EAP sector (Employee Assistance Programmes) and online therapy platforms like Better Help have been growing exponentially in the last few years. There is a lot of work available if you understand how they work and the different demands they can place on you as a clinician and private practice owner. This guide will introduce you to the world of working for agencies, exploring it from multiple angles including the good, the bad, and all the things to watch out for!
  • Private practice is the fastest growing area in our profession as more and more therapists turn to self-employment to work in the way they want with the clients they want. With the right support and guidance, it can be a planned and easy transition but one area where we struggle in our profession is with marketing. In this guide we will be busting some of these myths about marketing and focusing on creating a website for your practice which is full of relevant, informative, and interesting content.

  • Private practice is the fastest growing area in our profession as more and more therapists turn to self-employment to work in the way they want with the clients they want. With the right support and guidance, it can be a planned and easy transition, but there are some rabbit holes to be aware of. In this short FREE guide we run through the Top 10 Mistakes to avoid when you’re starting out.

  • This mini-guide offers top tips to motivate and encourage you to get the job done, as well as a final checklist to make sure you have dotted all the ‘i’s and crossed all the ‘t’s.

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