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British Psychoanalytic Council

The British Confederation of Psychotherapists (BCP) is a national body linking mostly long-standing training and professional organisations in the field of psychoanalysis, analytical psychology, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, and child psychotherapy. The purpose of the Confederation is to promote the maintenance of appropriate standards in the selection, training, practice and the professional conduct of psychoanalytic psychotherapists. The Confederation aims to protect the public by rigorously upholding these standards. Information about member societies and practitioners can be found on the website.
Suite 7, 19-23 Wedmore Street, London, N19 4RU
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By tube to Holloway Road, then 43 or 271 bus north to Wedmore Street.
By tube to Archway, then 17, 43, 271 or 263 bus southbound.

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Services associated to counselling in all its various forms, including one-to-one and group therapy.
Professional bodies or professional organisations that further the field of mental health, and protect both the public interest and the interests of professionals.
Psychotherapy covers a variety of different talking therapies used to treat depression. Most psychotherapy services involve talking to a licensed professional during a scheduled series of appointments.
Organisations providing mental health training for professionals and non professionls.

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