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Our associates


The teams

We have two groups of associates, psychologists and trauma therapists. Both teams are handpicked for their professional qualifications, training and experience in working with traumatic stress and in organisations.

The trauma therapists are accredited by at least one professional body and have regular clinical and case supervision. To become an associate, therapists must be trained in Trauma-Focussed CBT (TF-CBT) many are also trained in Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing  (EMDR).

The psychologists are Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registered as clinical or counselling psychologists.  All our sessional psychologists undertake clinical assessments and provide clinical opinions and advice for management.  The psychologists also provide case supervision for the trauma therapists.

Becoming an associate

Trauma Therapists:

If you are interested in finding out more about becoming an associated trauma therapist you will need to complete an application form and provide evidence of your training and experience in short term solution focussed therapy.  You need to have five years post qualification experience.  Training in TF-CBT and structured interviewing is available.

Clinical or Counselling Psychologists:

When you register your interest in becoming a sessional assessment psychologist we will send you an application form to complete.  You will need a postgraduate qualification in Clinical or Counselling, Psychology and have HCPC registration.  You should also have  experience in working with a multi-disciplined group of practitioners, a commitment to evidence-based practice and experience of working in organisations.


To learn more about partnering with us as an approved associate:

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