Robin appointed as Lay Chair of UK Council for Psychotherapy

Robin appointed as Lay Chair of UK Council for Psychotherapy.

The UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) is a membership organisation, with over 75 training and listing organisations, and over 7,000 individual practitioners. UKCP holds the national register of psychotherapists, psychotherapi

sts qualified to work with children and young people and psychotherapeutic counsellors, listing those practitioner members who meet exacting standards and training requirements.

UKCP produces publications and runs meetings and conferences to inform and consult on issues of concern to practitioners and support continuing professional development.

As part of its commitment to protection of the public, UKCP works to improve access to psychological therapies, to support and disseminate research, to improve standards, and also deals with complaints against organisational members as well as individual members.

Robin successfully negotiates Compromise Agreement for NG of Milton Keynes

Robin successfully negotiates Compromise Agreement for NG of Milton Keynes

When ‘NG’ approached Robin, his long service with his employers had turned sour and he wanted to leave.  He felt his employers wanted him out without good reason.

Robin negotiated a mutually acceptable Compromise Agreement between NG and his employers.

This enabled NG to get on with his life without having the risk and cost of bringing a claim for constructive dismissal before a employment tribunal.

“Happy to provide a testimonial as you have been very supportive, easy to contact and a much better poker player than me. I also acknowledge that this has not been a ‘run of the mill case'”  says NG.