The Division of Counselling Psychology promotes the interests of Counselling Psychologists across the UK.
Our mission is to advance the profession of Counselling Psychology in promoting the well-being of our diverse society, and we support our members by providing training, advice, events and news designed to keep them informed and involved.
- Be reflective scientist-practitioners
- Work creatively, compassionately and collaboratively
- Work ethically and effectively
The Division of Counselling Psychology is committed to:
- Equality of access to resources, research, education and training
- Fairness, equality and social justice
- Leading and influencing the design and delivery of innovative policies and services
- Meeting the psychological needs of people
Division of Counselling Psychology Executive Committee HandbookShow content
Executive Committee Handbook - currently under review
Strategic Plan 2021 - 2023Show content
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At the end of November 2021, the Division finalised its strategic plan for the next couple of years following much consideration and dialogue. The link below summarises the plan and how we intend to implement it.
The Division in its proposed activities is committed to and accountable for the enactment of these objectives. However, the more help we have from our members the more successfully the proposals will be actioned.
We would be happy to discuss this in more detail and welcome your thoughts, feedback, and suggestions. Please contact the executive committee as required.
Division of Counselling Psychology - COP26: Statement of SupportShow content
COP26, the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, is being held in Glasgow from 31 October to 12 November.
As counselling psychologists, we know that the environment has a critical impact on people’s physical and psychological wellbeing and join other allied professions in supporting the delegates attending this most important of meetings.