BABCP Accreditation

BABCP stands for the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies. The only way to become accredited in CBT is to have completed a recognised post-grad diploma and to prove that you have practiced and delivered CBT to clients for a set number of hours. The criteria are very strict and many who qualify from courses in CBT fail to become accredited by the BABCP.

I first obtained my BABCP accreditation in 2013, and have to meet 30 hours CPD (Continuous Professional Development) per year to maintain my accreditation.

I also offer supervision to trainees and therapists. Please contact me for more information regarding this.

If you’d like to find out more about the accreditation, please visit the BABCP website.


Is CBT right for me?

Click here to find out about the different areas and conditions Cognitive Behavioural Therapy can support.

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First Session

At your first session, we will take a history and complete an assessment before formulating a treatment plan together.