To apply for accreditaiton you must first become a member of BABCP. Click here for more information and an application form
Provisional Accreditation as a Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist with the
BABCP means that the Entry Criteria and
Minimum Training Standards
for Accreditation have been achieved.
Full Accreditation is dependent on submission, 12 months after the date of
Provisional Accreditation, of an application for Full Accreditation
(see separate criteria and guidelines). Full Accreditation is for a period
of five years, after which Accredited members will be required to apply for
Re-accreditation every five years.
The overall process of Accreditation is not complete until Full Accreditation
has been granted. If an application for Full Accreditation is not received, or
granted, then the practitioner's status of Provisional Accreditation will
be revoked, and the individualwill not be listed on the CBT Register UK.
Minimum Training Standards
Maternity/Paternity, Practice Leave, Sabbaticals & Leave of Absence Guidance
Contact Accreditation Team
You must complete ALL relevant sections of the form and it should be signed within one month prior to receipt at BABCP office
Refer to this guide when making your application for Provisional Accreditation - it gives important instructions that must be followed
This must be completed by your current CBT clinical supervisor. This document should be completed and signed within one month
prior to your application submission
This example is an aid to completing the Supervisors Report
This must be completed by a professional other than your current clinical supervisor who has completed your Supervisor's report. The
Professional Referee must be CBT trained and experienced, and knows your current CBT practice. This document should be completed
and signed within 3 months prior to your application submission
This example is an aid to completing the Professional Reference
Additional page if you require extra space to log CBT Training information for your application
Additional page if you require more space to log your Supervision for your application
This document establishes standards and criteria for the assessment of written case studies where the
assessment takes place outside the regulations of an academic body.
This document is produced as a guide for those providing close supervision to be used as evidence for the purposes of Provisional Accreditation.
Case Study Marking Criteria
Close Supervision Guidelines
KSA Applicants are those who do not have a relevant recognised Core Professional training or qualification.
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