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Guidelines for the professional practice of counselling psychology.

British Psychological Society. Division of Counselling Psychology.

Guidelines for the professional practice of counselling psychology.

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Published by British Psychological Society in Leicester .
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It focuses on how people function both personally and in their relationships at all ages. These guidelines for professional practice in counselling psychology are supplementary to the Society's Code of Ethics, which sets a minimum standard below which behaviour should not fall.

These guidelines, in contrast, seek to identify what counselling psychologists are expected to do in pursuit of best practice. Professional Practice for Counsellors. In this section we explore the building blocks that need to be in place to ensure a good and professional practice for counsellors.

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Practice-based research and counselling psychology: A critical review and proposal 28 Counselling Psychology Review, V ol. 27, No. 3, September Timulák, L. & Lietaer, G. ().Author: Isabel Henton. BPS Practice Guidelines () 30 January This document was produced by a working group drawn from the range of Member Networks across the society whose members are engaged in professional practice, as well as representatives from relevant expert reference groups of The Society.

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There are certain administrative requirements that are mandatory to operate your counselling private practice. These include documentation for client files such as a consent form for treatment, an intake form, session notes and payment receipts.

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