The Scottish Government has decided to move East Ayrshire into level 4 of their COVID-19 restrictions from Friday 20/11/20. In accordance with the new COVID policies agreed with local government this means all in-person sessions will be suspended from that date.
I am delighted to inform clients/ caregivers that I was accredited as a psychotherapist by the British Association of Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies today.
As COVID-19 safety guidance from local, Scottish, and UK government changes in line with events it is helpful to have a generally applicable policy to help current and prospective clients understand the scenarios when in-person sessions can or cannot occur. This policy is based on the current Scottish 5 tier system and has been devised based on advice from local government and Scottish representatives. This policy will be revised if the 5 tier system is ever altered.
I have been accepted as a registered data controller/ data protection officer by the UK Information Commissioner’s Office.
Some changes to in-person and online sessions.
Some clients know that I have been looking into upgrading RFCBT’s digital platforms for E-mail and online sessions.
People often wonder about the difference between a counsellor and a psychotherapist.
RFCBT has now been operating for 1 year. I set up with a hope of making CBT accessible for people from a wide range of backgrounds and income brackets while establishing myself as a newly qualified therapist.
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RFCBT will resume in-person sessions from next week (27/7/20). These will be in line with government and professional guidelines for COVID-19 safety.