When a therapist is employed in areas that include working with vulnerable adults and/or with children, the employer will usually obtain a Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) Enhanced Certificate on the therapist. There are mainly two types of DBS certificates: The Standard Certificate - this simply lists any unspent convictions of the certificate holder, but nothing else. The [...]
If you could discover who resold your professional therapy service's email address to a junk email service, you could complain about them. Here's how you catch them out!
I used to believe that to get my 30 Continued Professional Development hours each year I had to attend 30 hours worth of workshops. That was until the year struggled to find 30 hours of workshops relevant to areas of my practice to be developed! It was then that I discovered that workshops are not the only [...]
Nowadays, private therapists can take credit/debit card payments without the expense of merchant bank accounts. Here I will describe the iZettle service for Great Britain,
How can a therapist, unable to know all the details of other therapies, assist a client's enquiries about different therapeutic approaches? One option is our "Find a Therapist" service.
When starting a private therapy practice, your clients have to be able to contact you. Obtaining a new telephone number can cost as little as £2 a month if you know where. Let me tell you about this...