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Information for those Interested in Becoming Trustees

 

  • The Psychologists Protection Society Trust is committed to supporting Counsellors, Psychotherapists and Psychologists when they need help and assistance in their professional work. 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.
  • Please complete this form to find out more about becoming a PPS Trustee:
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Thanks to everyone who entered our free prize draw to win a copy of "Professional Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy - Ethics and the Law" by Peter Jenkins.

The lucky winner of a copy of the book is MARTINA REDMOND. Please email Ruth - ruth@ppstrust.org to arrange delivery of your prize!

Please check our Facebook Fan Page from time to time as we will be holding another free prize draw again soon.
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We have a copy of "Professional Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy - Ethics and the Law" to give away. Although the book is focussed on the BACPs Ethical Framework, it also covers broader perspectives on good professional practice. Topics covered include: practising as a therapist in different roles and organizational contexts, working with key issues, including difference, vulnerable clients and risk, understanding the law and relevant legal frameworks & and working ethically.

One lucky therapist will win a copy of the book. Please like or comment on this post to enter this free competition....closing date is 12 noon on Friday 17th May 2019.
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We have a copy of Professional Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy - Ethics and the Law to give away. Although the book is focussed on the BACPs Ethical Framework, it also covers broader perspectives on good professional practice. Topics covered include: practising as a therapist in different roles and organizational contexts, working with key issues, including difference, vulnerable clients and risk, understanding the law and relevant legal frameworks & and working ethically.One lucky therapist will win a copy of the book. Please like or comment on this post to enter this free competition....closing date is 12 noon on Friday 17th May 2019.

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It would be a very useful resource and something to read before bed 😏😏

This would be really helpful for my practice. Liked, shared and fingers crossed πŸ€žπŸ˜€

It looks like a useful resource.

Please add my name to the competition as this would be very useful for my master's research. Thank you!

Would love this book! ☺️

This would be an amazing help for me at the moment 😍

Liked, shared and hopeful.

Thank you! It would indeed be so good to have. How much does it cost to purchase?

i remember watching pJ online as he gave his talk back in 2014, and being very interested in his framework - challenging myths and legends on what is and isn't legal practice. As a member of PPS I would dearly love this book for myself, and also for teaching my students. Question; Would he sign it?

great book - would love a copy for my own use instead of always having to borrow it.

Would appreciate a current copy. (Love the cover too).

I would love this book. Thank you πŸ’«πŸ™πŸ»

The book would be really helpful, so yes please 😊

I’d love to win a copy of this please

Yes please, looks very useful πŸ‘

This sounds like a good book to have. I’d like to win a copy please. Thanks

Liked and commented on post. 🀞Fingers crossed as that looks like a great read.

This book looks like a useful book to own

Would appreciate this not solely for my own professional skill base but to share with colleagues & students/trainees πŸ“šπŸ“–

This book looks very interesting! It would be useful for my studies!

I would love to have it. Enter me in draw.

Hello from Greece, would be perfect for my essay in counselling psy .. would also pay for the delivery πŸ™‚

Ethics and law essential

Yes please, need this in my life!!! πŸ€—

That looks like a very useful book. Yes, please.

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