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The Psychotherapy Section is the main forum within the Society for psychologists and others who share an interest in psychotherapeutic psychology. One of the oldest specialist groups within the Society, it has a long and distinguished history as a meeting ground for discussion of psychotherapy and related issues.
The aims of the Section are:
The specific goals of the Section are:
Membership of the Section does not constitute a qualification in psychotherapy and should not be used to imply professional competence.
In order to join the Psychotherapy Section you must already be a member, affiliate or student subscriber of the British Psychological Society.
Annual membership of this Section is currently 15 GBP (7.50 GBP for student members). Membership of the section includes subscription to the Psychotherapy Section Review.
To join this section, please complete application form
The Section has set up an email list for members to which announcements can be sent. It is hoped that this will make for effective communication of important information both about the Section itself and related matters.
The e-mail list will be for announcements only and you will not be able to reply to the e-mail address. The e-mail lists will only be used to communicate information directly relating to the Section. If at any time you do not wish to continue receiving e-mails from the list, you will be able to unsubscribe.
In order to comply with the Society's Data Protection Act registration, we need you to opt in to be included on this email list. To subscribe to the Psychotherapy Annoucement email list, please send an email to email@example.com
If you have any queries concerning the e-mail list please contact Helen Barnett: 0116 2529582.
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