Trustee – WPF Therapy

WPF Therapy are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist to join our trustee board.

We are as committed as ever to making sure effective therapy is accessible to those who need our help and we are confident that our revised models of delivery and the contemporary content of our clinical qualifications will equip therapists to deliver effective flexible therapy in a changing future.

WPF Therapy’s work is done in the service of others and we engage in that work alongside the wider profession to support the development, utilisation and application of the psychodynamic model. Running as a Social Enterprise, the Board is responsible for ensuring that our charitable work is underpinned by sound financial management. Our services are based on the principle of being open and accessible to all so we want to ensure we use the Board’s collective expertise in developing and delivering services.

Past experience as a trustee is not essential as training and support will be provided. We welcome approaches from people who share our values and are enthusiastic about making psychodynamic psychotherapy more accessible therapy through multi-channel delivery.  We are able to support attendance both online and in building.

You will need to be UKCP or BPC registered with a mixture of experience working within organisations and in private practice. You will have a commitment to understanding the need to demonstrate impact, for example using clinical outcome measures.

We know that more diverse Boards benefit from greater breadth of experience and the possibility of finding different solutions form those tried before and we are particularly keen to encourage applications from those that are from groups under represented within the psychotherapy sector.

For an informal discussion about the trustee role please contact WPF Therapy’s Chair, via

For full details about this role and how to apply visit:

The closing date for applications: 9am, Tuesday 11 May 2021

Location: Our London Bridge office and remotely

Salary: None




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