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Applications for the 2020 Fellowship awards will be announced soon.
The primary aim of BABCP Fellowship is to recognise those members who have made a significant contribution to the development of CBT and BABCP.
A substantial contribution to CBT may be in areas of: (a) clinical service; and/or (b) research; and/or (c) teaching/training; and/or (d) service development; and/or (e) services to BABCP.
The award of 'Fellow of the BABCP' is reserved for those who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to the values and objectives of BABCP. It entitles recipients to use the title 'Fellow of the BABCP'.
All applications are lodged and judged against the criteria set for the Fellowship Award.
Additionally, where it is recognised that an applicant demonstrates within their application that they might be appropriate to receive an Honorary Fellowship, this recommendation is then forwarded for Board consideration.
The Board will recommend the approval of any Honorary Fellowship awards at the next Annual General Meeting.