Insight Counselling Psychology Practice :: Dr Deborah Rafalin PsychD CPsychol
What is Counselling Psychology?

Counselling Psychology, a branch of professional psychology, is concerned with providing psychological therapy that is individually geared to a client's unique needs. Counselling Psychology is committed to evidence-based practice. Informed by the latest research it matches the most effective therapeutic approach to particular clients and particular difficulties. As a result, Counselling Psychologists are trained to use a variety of therapeutic ideas and methods and complete a minimum of three years post-graduate, Doctoral level training at University whilst gaining extensive required experience within the NHS and the voluntary sector. This demanding and comprehensive training makes Counselling Psychologists eligible for Chartership with the British Psychological Society (BPS), and when chartered, they are bound by the BPS Code of Ethics.

Chartered Counselling Psychologists work in many places including in industry, commerce, the prison service and education. However, the majority of Chartered Counselling Psychologists offer psychological therapy within the NHS, the voluntary sector or in private practice.

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