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Therapist qualifications and continuing professional development

Jeremy Boughey

I qualified as an integrative psychotherapist in 2017.  My formal studies spanned four years and were completed at Staffordshire University.  My qualification is a postgraduate diploma in psychotherapeutic counselling.  I was awarded a Professional Distinction overall and my academic tutors awarded me Best Student Performance in my first and final years of training.  As part of my training and portfolio submission I have provided extensive counselling psychotherapy through an NHS placement in North Staffordshire (2015 – 2017). 

 

Prior to this, in 2007 I graduated from Birmingham University with a Masters Degree in Health Care Policy and Management – achieving a merit overall and I was awarded a distinction for my dissertation.  

 

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) 

As part of my professional registration with the BACP, Registered Members are required to participate and evidence continuing professional development (CPD).  CPD is about therapists and other professionals working in care settings demonstrating their commitment to ‘lifelong learning’.  This can be about formal training or training updates in particular areas of therapy practice but learning can also take place through a wide-range of activities in various contexts, and may include experiential learning activities. 

 

My most recent CPD includes: 

  • Certificate in Couples and Relationship Counselling. November 2018 (Macclesfield Counselling and Training Centre, Macclesfield, Cheshire)
  • Sex in the Digital Age – The Impact on Attachment and Intimacy.  June 2018 (College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists, London)
  • ‘Your Inner Child’ – a whole person approach to working with people seeking recovery from childhood relational neglect, and trauma.  March 2018 (‘Your Inner Child’ – Catherine O’Riordan, Manchester)
  • Understanding the psychological harm of male circumcision.  January, 2018 (Genital Autonomy & 15 Square, Keele, Staffordshire)
  • The Adult Attachment Interview – A Workshop with Dr Mario Marrone. October, 2017 (Mindsite, Stockport)
  • Introduction to to Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT). June, 2017 (Paul Morland, Ch. Counselling Psychologist; BPS). 
  • “Oedipus is Alive and Well!” – facilitated by Professor Michael Jacobs. May, 2017 (Mindsite, Stockport). 
  • Existential Psychotherapy and Uncertainty – facilitated by Professor Ernesto Spinelli. March, 2017 (Mindsite, Stockport). 
  • Working with Deliberate Self Harm from a Cognitive Behavioural Perspective. February, 2017 (SDS Seminars, London). 
  • A Disorder for Everyone! Exploring the Culture of Psychiatric Diagnosis and the Implications for Practice – facilitated by Dr Lucy Johnstone, Clinical Psychologist. October, 2016 (Jo Watson Training Counselling and Psychotherapists). 
  • Introduction to Existential Therapy. September, 2016 (The Existential Academy – New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling, London). 
  • Introduction to Solution-Focused Brief Therapy. April, 2016 (SDS Seminars, Manchester). 

 

Jeremy Boughey Psychotherapist
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