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Sandy Murray Award 2016 Winner

Laura McGuinness

 

Psychologists Protection Society Trustee Katrina Millhagen was very pleased to introduce the winner of The Sandy Murray Memorial Award - Miss Laura McGuinness, at the Trust AGM in Edinburgh on the 23rd September 2016. Laura is a student on the MSc Psychotherapy course at the Northern Guild of Psychotherapy in England and her essay entitled "Going it Alone: Private Practice and Ethical Standards" was judged the best of the entries. Laura, who was invited to attend the event, was presented with her Award – a Glass Engraved Trophy and a cheque for £500, by Matthew Murray, Sandy Murray’s grandson.  

Many congratulations from the Trustees, staff and members of the Psychologists Protection Society!

You can download and read Laura's winning entry below.

2015/16 – Miss Laura McGuiness – Going it alone: Private Practice & Ethical Standards

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PPS Logo"The Professional Practitioner" portal is an online resource dedicated to promoting high standards of professional practice by practitioners in the talking and listening therapy services.  The portal has been created by the Psychologists Protection Society Trust, a defence organisation, run for the benefit of members who are counsellors, psychologists and psychotherapists.  The main purpose of The Psychologists Protection Society is to provide members with assistance when complaints are received from clients and other professional protection matters. The Trust however also has a further objective: to help members avoid problems where possible, by providing education and advice to members and to promote high standards of professional practice.  

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When Did Grief Get So Complicated - CPD Video

Susan Delaney

This session with Dr Susan Delaney looks at the types of grief and questions whether grief should ever be considered a disorder.

Naming and Shaming Therapists - CPD Video

This session with Dr Philip Cox looks at reasons for recent increases in formal complaints.

How private is your practice? - CPD Video

Catherine Knibbs looks at risks and dangers for us as practitioners who use the medium of technology.

Therapists Drift - CPD Video

James Hawkins

This session with Dr James Hawkins asks if therapists become less effective the longer they practice?

 

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