Want to find out more about the role of Trustees of the Psychologists Protection Society Trust?
The Board of Trustees is made up of current members from the roll of The Psychologists Protection Society Trust, professionals and students from the fields of the talking and listening therapies.
Board Members bring their knowledge and professional experience to assist members who are finding themselves in difficulties. They may provide professional advice and will oversee any claims made to the Members Professional Protection Insurance policy and to the Professional Indemnity Trust Fund.
Trustees work in a voluntary unpaid capacity, however approved expenses whilst carrying out the duties of the Trust will be reimbursed. Trustees are directors of The Psychologists Protection Society Trust, a company limited by guarantee, and take on the responsibilities of company directors for the financial well being of the company.
The current Board of Trustees are spread across the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. 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).
A secure website is used by Trustees to share information and discuss member requests for assistance.