Are you a member yet? Membership is open to all and is the first step towards accreditation.
You can make your Reaccreditation Declaration if you are accredited and out of practice for a year or less.
Please submit a Leave of Absence form [Word] if you will be out of practice for more than twelve months.
This may be due to parental leave, adoption leave, carers leave, sick leave, compassionate leave such as bereavement, sabbatical, a change to non-clinical role, practicing outside of the UK, its territories or Ireland. This will also apply if you are having less than two CBT client contacts a week for more than six weeks.
You will not be expected to have supervision or do CPD if you are out of practice.
Change of email? Please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recently returned to practice? You can still submit your Declaration if you are back in practice even if you have had extended time off for any part of the preceding twelve months.
You should supply us with evidence to support your Leave of Absence.
Examples of acceptable evidence include –
As an accredited therapist your details are included on the CBT Register. It is important to ensure that all the necessary accreditation processes are being met and adherence to the Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics.
If you are selected for Reaccreditation Audit and you have had a period out of practice in the previous twelve months, please explain this within the Additional Information section of the forms.
We don't expect you do do CPD or supervision when you were out of practice. However, you should be in practice at the time of Audit.
If we don't know about your leave and you are invited for Audit whilst you are off, you will be given a new audit date once you have returned to work.