[this is a test page - not the real website] CAPPP is a networking organisation for counsellors and psychotherapists in private practice in the south west. Being a member of CAPPP enables practitioners to meet others, to share thoughts about their work and to feel connected with people doing similar work. Private practice can be a lonely occupation.
CAPPP also runs a continuing professional development programme of workshops for its members. These provide stimulating approaches and ideas that can be applied to practice, and enable CAPPP members to meet each other. The aim is to keep all events at the lowest possible cost.
CAPPP is kept alive by the interaction of its members. Members are encouraged to:
• offer and participate in networking events
• ask for and share relevant professional information
• identify speakers or topics for the workshops
• come to the workshops and the AGM
• take their turn in joining the Committee
Being a member of the Committee provides extended opportunities for networking, a more direct involvement in organizing the type of CPD workshops you would like, enhances your professional profile, has many enjoyable moments and above all fits the ethos of CAPPP – a member run organisation which depends on members being prepared to contribute directly to this community.
CAPPP does not act as a referral agency for clients seeking a counsellor or psychotherapist. Anyone seeking a practitioner is advised to access the list of those registered with the following agencies:
www.bcpc.org.uk [Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling]
www.acat.me.uk [Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy]
www.bacp.co.uk [British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy]
www.psychotherapy.org.uk [United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy]
www.ahpp.org [UK Association of Humanistic Psychology Practitioners]
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Please note you require a username and password to enter this area
If you have forgotten the username and password, please contact the administrator.