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Useful Links and Websites
BACP is a professional body representing counselling and psychotherapy with over 37000 members and works toward a better standard of therapeutic practice.
The UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) is a membership organisation, with over 75 training and listing organisations, and over 7,000 individual practitioners
The brand new website for UK Transactional Analysts and Trainees.
Offers Master's, Diploma, and other ongoing psychotherapy and counseling training and supervision in Transactional Analysis (Kegworth, England.
(Also one of my personal favourite places and where I am in continuing professional training)
The ITA sets standards of competence and ethical practice for qualified and training Transactional Analysts in all TA fields in the UK.
Transactional Analysis resources for students of TA psychotherapy and counselling, including TA diagrams, book lists, DVDs, videos, conferences and links
Self Harm Support at Harmless providing a range of services about self harm including support, information, training and consultancy to people who self harm
Free information, help and support for everyone. This is an excellent website for the beginning of your search with very clear, relevant information and further links.
Don't let stress hijack your life. Learn the signs and causes of stress overload and what you can do to help yourself. Another excellent and very thorough website. Highly recommended.
All relationships require work--the work of communication, compromise, and compassion. This site explains a little about what to expect in relationship therapy.
Learn about the stages of grief, bereavement after the loss of a loved one, or coping with the loss of a love relationship or pet. An excellent and very detailed helpful site.
If you have any suggestions or have come across especially useful websites, please do let me know using the email form on the 'Contact Me Here' page.