BACP Workplace is the specialist division which promotes and supports the professional practice of counselling in the workplace.
It exists for anyone interested in the psychological and emotional aspects of health at work and the provision of counselling in the workplace.
Our members work both within organisations and externally, providing workplace counselling from their private practice or through employee assistance programmes.
We are here to support you in your work through providing a professional home where members can
- Support each other
'I hope you will enjoy reading our web site and will want to find out about becoming a member!'
Tina Abbott, Chair
Benefits of membership
Members benefit from four issues of our quarterly journal Counselling at Work which covers a wide range of articles on workplace wellbeing and mental health and the emotional health of our organisations. There are also professional development opportunities and lively networking groups across the country supporting practitioners in their work, as well as a range of online groups to connect with like-minded professionals.
Key aspects of Our Work
Key aspects of our members' work include: promoting and supporting the professional practice of counselling and counselling skills in the workplace; developing positive working relationships and behaviours; trauma support in organisational contexts; employee wellbeing; mental health at work; outcome evaluation; research; providing support for staff in high risk roles; developing effective organisational policies and developing brief therapy models.
Membership costs £30.00 per annum for individual membership. Reduced rates available