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.