Information for those Interested in Becoming Trustees

Do you think you've got what it takes to be a Psychologists Protection Society Trust Trustee?

Would you like to assist your fellow professionals and students when they get into difficulties?

Would you like to help shape the future of the Trust?

 

The Psychologists Protection Society Trust is committed to supporting Counsellors, Psychotherapists and Psychologists when they need help and assistance in their professional work.

The Psychologists Protection Society Trust is looking for new Trustees. We would invite PPS members who feel they have the knowledge, experience and desire to join the Board to assist members and help shape the future of PPS to contact us. The PPS Board will also consider co-opting non-PPS members to the Board.

As a Board member you will bring your knowledge and experience to assist members who are experiencing difficulties in their professional lives. Meetings are normally carried out by telephone conference every 4 to 6 weeks and additionally at least once a year in person (usually at our Annual General Meeting) and requests for assistance are reviewed and discussed using a secure online environment at times to suit you. Trustees work in a voluntary unpaid capacity, however approved expenses whilst carrying out the duties of the Trust will be reimbursed.

For more information on the role of a Trustee fill out the form below and we will be in touch.



 

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