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ACT Counselling Services (and CBT) Ltd About Us

ACT Counselling Services in Glasgow has been trading for over 10 years. The business  expanded in July 2015 to become a limited company and as such more members of staff are involved. ACT Counselling Services staff have come together to offer excellence in CBT Therapy, Training and Supervision. All staff are Accredited Members of the professional body BABCP (British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies).

The main aims of ACT Counselling (and CBT) Services Ltd are:

To provide excellence in the delivery of training related to Counselling and Psychotherapy

To provide excellence in the provision of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Supervision

To ensure that the services provided are as accessible as possible to interested parties

To keep abreast of accreditation criteria (BABCP, BACP and COSCA) and to support Practitioners to meet with this criteria

To access external quality assurance to ensure excellence in the services provided

To work with BABCP, COSCA and BACP in order to keep up to date with information and requirements relevant to the practice of Counselling, Psychotherapy and related services in the UK

The leading philosophical principle of ACT Counselling Services is that of ‘Community.’ We believe that Human Beings are social creatures and have an innate drive to Be, Belong and Become. We believe that only connection with other people makes this possible.

The above principle relates to the 3 services provided by ACT Counselling Services. When considering Therapy; if the person who is experiencing difficulties could have overcome them by them self, then they would have done so. Coming to Therapy means that connection, for at least a short time with another person (the therapist), within a safe and trusting relationship facilitates movement and growth.

The Training provided by ACT Counselling Services, whether it is the Diploma or Short Courses, requires participants to gather and to share personal and professional experiences as a group. The learning and experiences provide both personal and professional growth.

Lastly, Counselling and Psychotherapy, particularly private practice can be a very isolating profession. Individual Clinical Supervision and/or Group Supervision provide more connection to other Therapists. The development and support to be gained from Supervision is crucial for a Therapist to keep well in order to keep others well.

If you are interested in finding out more about ACT counselling Services in Glasgow or indeed engaging in any of the services outlined above then please contact us.

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