BACP considers coaching register in draft strategy

The British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP)’s Coaching division is considering developing a register for coaching, training competencies and a certificate of proficiency. Also on the agenda is highlighting and marketing the ‘unique selling point’ of counselling-trained coaches, and reviewing and creating an ethical framework that enables the safe delivery of coaching in practice. BACP Coaching chair, Gill Fennings-Monkman, shared the division’s draft strategic plan with delegates at the BACP Practitioner’s conference in Leeds, UK, on 8 March. The BACP developed the first approved psychological therapists’ register to be accredited under a scheme set up by the UK’s Department […]

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