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72% of children in care have behavioural or emotional problems - these are some of the most vulnerable people in our society.
There is a growing body of outcome research from the UK and abroad demonstrating the efficacy of child and adolescent psychotherapy.
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Members of the Association of Child Psychotherapists are committed to engaging with the complex emotional lives of children and families.
We are working to raise awareness of the importance of children and young people's mental health and increase access for children and families to child and adolescent psychotherapy services.
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The first event in the ACP's new Talking Series, the brainchild of Media and Communications Lead Alison Roy, took place in London on 24 June.
A new parenting app, which has been endorsed by a host of professional bodies and organisations including the Department of Health and the Royal... More
The ACP's Training Council is extending the deadline for its survey of members about proposals to draft core competencies for... More
The number of recorded sexual offences against children in England and Wales has risen by a third, the NSPCC says. There were 31,000 offences... More
Child psychotherapist Tess Bailey-Sayer is the latest ACP member to contribute her expert opinion to a real life scenario published in the... More
The Association of Child Psychotherapists, established in 1949, is the professional organisation for child psychotherapists in the UK.
Find a therapist in your area that speaks your language or is a specialist in a particular field of child psychotherapy.
Registered members listed here, are those who are eligible and available to work in private practice. Please note this is not a full list of members..