Posts for the “Changes to the function of Training Organisations” category

For your participation: The CHRE CON-sults

by Julia Evans on April 18, 2012

The CHRE [Endnote i] posted its consultation on voluntary registers its website on 18th April 2012.  Closing date is 10 July. Available here Thank you, as ever, to my informant – (…)

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Who regulates – The all-knowing Government from a position of total control or institutions based in the development of practice….

by Julia Evans on April 3, 2012

Well, of course, the all-knowing Government using Privy Council power, See below: Letter published in the  Daily Telegraph – 3rd April 2012  and available here Regulating dentists  SIR – The (…)

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Sadeian power, the UK Government……… & CON-sultations

by Julia Evans on February 3, 2012

Contents   1)  A further post to : my response to a Government CON-sultation, assumptions & the concrete wall which protects the collaborators & excludes everyone else. 2)  How (…)

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This pace of moral decision-making poses insuperable challenges to several ways of thinking about right and wrong…. Giles Fraser

by Julia Evans on January 20, 2012

Quotes from: ‘A regiment forms a moral soldier’ by Giles Fraser, Church Times. 20th January 2012 and available here.   My reason for interest in this article is the difference between (…)

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Laing was rattling the cage of an establishment with vested interests who did not like to be questioned or held to account.

by Julia Evans on September 6, 2011

The title comment is from Bruce Scott[i] .   This comment is extremely important as the UKCP, BPC, BACP, and other members of the New Savoy Partnership  are currently sewing (…)

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Same old, same old at the HPC: HPC council meeting Thursday 31st March 2011

by Bruce Scott on March 31, 2011

Here are some themes that came up in discussion during the meeting. The Health Professions Council (HPC) are still keeping in mind ‘protection of public’ -or still repeating this mantra that (…)

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Fit to Practice? The Experience of State Registration from the perspective of an art therapist

by Kevin Jones on October 9, 2009

Art therapy as a profession has never critically reflected upon the effects of state regulation on its teaching and practice. There is  no evidence that state regulation has improved either (…)

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Opposing the Section 60 Order which will make psychology a function of the state – as it was in Soviet Russia.

by Julia Evans on April 16, 2009

Letter of protest sent across both Houses of Parliament : Amended 6th November 2012 Julia Evans: Flat 1 (Basement Flat), 32 Nevern Square, Earl’s Court, London, SW5 9PE Web-site: (…)

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January 2009: The bps’s plea to Parliament not to cosh it with regulation

by Julia Evans on January 9, 2009

This letter is not now available on the internet, as is any of the archive material from the bps’s statutory regulation web-site. I have therefore retrieved it from my files (…)

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Guiding Principles for Any Psychoanalytic Act: 16th July 2006 : Rome : Éric Laurent

by Julia Evans on July 16, 2006

Éric Laurent, 
Delegate General of the World Association of Psychoanalysis (WAP) Written in 2004. Adopted by the General Assembly of the AMP (WAP), Rome, 16th July 2006[i] Available at  (…)

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