Posts for the “Responses to CON-sultations” category

Against UK political moves towards Statutory Legislation & locking out the clinics of all practitioners who do not comply

by Julia Evans on March 17, 2019

Previous texts : Newsletter against the BACP, BPC & UKCP SCoPEd project : Alliance for Counselling & Psychotherapy  on 8th February 2019 or here Three leading professional regulatory bodies create a new competence framework. by (…)

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Newsletter against the BACP, BPC & UKCP SCoPEd project : Alliance for Counselling & Psychotherapy

by Julia Evans on February 8, 2019

Newsletter against the BACP, BPC & UKCP SCoPEd project 12th February 2019 from Alliance for Counselling & Psychotherapy (Blog : https://allianceblogs.wordpress.com/about/, Contact : info@allianceforcandp.org) __________________________________________________________ ACTION 1 You are asked to forward this (…)

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The progress of a bill against Conversion Therapy : a reply from the Minister for Women & Equalities : 12th November 2018

by Julia Evans on November 12, 2018

__________________________________________________________ Update, 22nd February 2019  : The following from the Church Times, may indicate that the difficulties of legislating a ban on Conversion Therapy (see below) alone, may be acknowledged. Quote: (…)

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Opposing the Counsellors and Psychotherapists (Regulation) and Conversion Therapy Bill

by Julia Evans on August 23, 2018

The letter,, which is reproduced below protests at the introduction of this unnecessary & unwanted bill, has been sent to Dr Wollaston MP who chairs the Parliamentary Health Committee. It (…)

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Julia Evans’ response to Public Health England (a UK Government Department)’s survey on ‘Healthcare Professionals: Work as a Health Outcome’

by Julia Evans on March 10, 2018

This text and link were sent to Dr Sarah Wollaston MP, Chair of the Health and Social Care Committee. A receipt was received on 12th March 2018 at 18:17 which confirms (…)

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Julia Evans’ contribution to the Department of Health’s October 2017 consultation

by Julia Evans on January 18, 2018

Julia Evans’ contribution to the Department of Health’s consultation was sent on 18th January 2017 at 11:49:14 GMT. Confirmation of receipt received 18 January 2018 at 15:14:12 GMT. Julia Evans’ (…)

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The National Audit Office’s investigation into the performance data of IAPT services.

by Julia Evans on August 14, 2017

So I got to be so laid-back, I completely mistook the date. Nonetheless, the following has been sent within the National Audit Office. Its receipt has not been acknowledged. Have (…)

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Two letters for your attention: the bps tells Parliament why it should not be swallowed whole into the domain of the Privy Council & Earl Howe, the Government’s Standards Zsar within Health, commands a reply to 3 of my emails.

by Julia Evans on November 13, 2012

Hello, 1)  This post gives the British Psychological Society’s position on statutory regulation as at 9th January 2009, before the matter was debated in the House of Lords.  They did not want it, (…)

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The exchange between Earl Howe, the Department of Health and Julia Evans during October. My reply will be posted shortly.

by Julia Evans on October 30, 2012

1. Introduction 2. Background on Earl Howe – his responsibilities 3. Earl Howe drives standards into social care via NICE 4. Department of Health’s reply of 30th October 2012, sent (…)

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CHRE(PSA) trumpets its success in creating a ghetto of wellbeing practitioners who are compliant (for a fee) to the Government’s fantasy of safeguarding.

by Julia Evans on October 3, 2012

Contents: 1.  Introductory questions 2.  The CHRE(PSA) 3rd October 2012 circulation 3.  Attachments to the CHRE(PSA) circulation of 3rd October 2012 (i) Accredited Voluntary registers:  Standards for organisations holding a (…)

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