Are you a member yet? Membership is open to all and is the first step towards accreditation.
Qualified CBT therapists can work in a number of settings and may progress to other areas of work as their career develops. You don't have to be accredited with us in order to work as a CBT practitioner either in an institution or privately, however, for many employers accreditation is required for job applications.
Clinician- this could mean doing individual and/or group therapy and settings could include:
Supervisor – established therapists can go on to supervise other therapists in a number of settings.
Academic and/or trainer – experienced practitioners may move on to teach, research and publish in universities or other training or healthcare settings.
Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs) deliver certain cognitive and behavioural strategies called Low Intensity interventions within NHS Talking Therapies services. They have a different qualification to CBT therapists.
Information about the roles of CWPs and EMHPs, entry requirements and other information about the CWP and EMHP training be found here:
CWP - Children's Wellbeing Practitioner | Health Careers
EMHP - Education Mental Health Practitioner | Health Careers