Are you a member yet? Membership is open to all and is the first step towards accreditation.
Full Accreditation is the second stage of accreditation and you should apply for it 12 months after receiving your Provisional Accreditation.
Level 2 course graduates can extend this to 18 months by emailing email@example.com.
If you don't submit your Full Accreditation application or discuss any delay with us by your due date, your Provisional Accreditation may lapse.
To apply for Full Accreditation, you must:
Full Accreditation Application Form [Word]
You must complete all relevant sections of the form and ensure it's up to date when you submit it.
Please consult this document throughout your application.
Full Accreditation Criteria and Guidelines [PDF]
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. If you have been supervised by your current supervisor for less than six months, your previous supervisor should also provide a report.
Supervisor's Report [Word]
Sample Supervisor's Report [PDF]
You are expected to give evidence of five CBT CPD activities drawn from across the range of learning and development activities. These will have been completed in the twelve months since you were awarded Provisional Accreditation. One of these may be a non-CBT specific activity provided that you can justify on your Reflective Statement how it is appropriate to your practice.
Within this, you are required to include at least six hours of CBT skills workshop(s) per year and complete a Reflective Statement for each of these. This can be one workshop or a number of shorter ones.
Acceptable CPD activities [PDF]
Reflective Statements are best completed soon after completing each activity.
Reflective Statement Form [Word]
Reflective Statement Sample [PDF]
You must provide your log book for the 12 months since you were awarded Provisional Accreditation.
Log Book: CBT Clinical Supervision [Word]
Guidelines and Examples Supervision Logs [PDF]