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BACP Accreditation

What this means for you...

As well as being a registered member of the BACP (The British Associtation for Counselling & Psychotherapy), I am also an Accredited member. (shown left in the image Accred).


I have decided to achieve accreditation because I want to offer my clients additional reassurance of the standards I offer in counselling. My accreditation qualification gives formal recognition of an achievement of high standards of knowledge, experience and development in counselling and psychotherapy. Accreditation enables clients, employers and colleagues to recognise proven, competent practitioners.


More info about what Accreditation is...


An accredited course is one that has been approved by a professional body (BACP), and is the next step for BACP registered members who have been in practice for at least three years (although it is not compulsory).

Accreditation is not for the newly qualified practitioner. Its is a quality standard for the mature, experienced practitioner who wishes to demonstrate their knowledge, experience and understanding of what they do and why.

BACP Accreditation Registration - Catherine Flynn (00948456)
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