Association of Psychospiritual Practitioners (APP)

APP was founded in 1998. Its mission was to create a living network of connections to those practicing in the field of Psychospiritual Psychology.

Currently, APP is the Professional Association for the Institute’s graduates and training students.

Graduate or student members of APP can access CPDs at reduced rates, keep up to date with changes to the professions and manage their professional registration. They will also receive access to a regular publication – Ethos – the APP newsletter, providing essential association information, community connection and advertising space.

For graduate members of any of the professional associations; UKCP, BACP or APECS, APP will;

  • validate the re-accreditation process providing a structure for monitoring registrants practice so that the 5-yearly re-registration process is professionally handled
  • APP also provides support if a complaint is made or if members are subject to an audit. It is mandatory professional practice for qualified practitioners to be accountable for maintaining of Codes of Ethics and Practice and membership of APP meets these standards in line with Professional Accrediting Bodies

Membership also offers graduates the provision to advertise under the Practitioners section on the Institute’s website and to advertise any courses they may organise and facilitate under the APP Membership Scheme. APP will issue CPD certificates for these.

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CPD Courses

Run by Institute of Psychosynthesis Graduates and offered by APP.

David England

Psychotherapist and Shamanic Guide

David EnglandI organise a Soulfulness Shamanic Group in Cookham and Clapham, helping members develop spiritually and live more abundant lives, by learning to make Shamanic journeys to help find solutions to issues we struggle with. For deeper issues, I offer the one-to-one Shamanic Soul Retrieval.

www.davidengland.org.uk

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