My training is in Core Process Psychotherapy. This form of psychotherapy is recognised by the U.K.C.P (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapists) and the B.A.C.P (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists). I am registered and accredited with both and as such I am bound by the ethical frame work of both organisations. You can see the ethical framework for B.A.C.P by clicking here, and you can see the U.K.C.P ethical frame work by clicking here.
Core Process Psychotherapy brings together insights from the wisdom traditions of the east, especially Buddhism, with western psychology and psychotherapeutic techniques. It works from the precept that beneath suffering, our true nature is one of freedom, happiness and health. It holds that awareness creates change and is in itself healing, helping us to reconnect with who we truly are. If you would like to find out more about Core Process Psychotherapy and my training you can visit the kauna institute website by clicking here
Since initially qualifying I have been commited to continuing my proffesional devlopment. Among other trainnings I have gained a further qualification that enables me to work within the governments IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) Scheme.