Continuing our efforts to find ways to best support our registrants and trainees, we are in the process of creating a new online resource centre which aims to help connect our entire membership together and support and promote the profession nationally.
MPs Meg Hillier and Meg Munn visted the award-winning Primary Care Psychotherapy Consultation Service (PCPCS) today.
The PCPCS, based in Meg Hillier's constituency of Hackney South and Shoreditch, was set up and designed by GPs to help GPs provide better support to patients presenting with complex mental health needs and medically unexplained symptoms.
Meg and Meg met members of the multi-disciplinary team, including British Psychoanlytic Council registrant and PCPCS Service Lead Dr Brian Rock, and were interested to learn about the unique and effective service model.
We've submitted a joint response with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy to the policy programme recommended by the Labour Party's Policy Commission on Health and Care.
The British Psychoanalytic Council's registrant Dr Susie Orbach has co-authored an important new report released by the Government Equalities Office.
Two for the price of one looks at the various health and psychological effects that body image can have on pregnant women and new mothers, and shows how body image problems can be unconcsiously transmitted from mother to child.