The Society was formed in 1998 in order to provide a forum to bring together trainees and practitioners (counsellors, psychotherapists, psychiatrists, psychologists and interested others) from different approaches to discuss common issues of practice.
Our mission is to provide a meeting place for all friends of psychotherapy, irrespective of their orientation or background
The Society sponsors lectures and seminars on all aspects of psychotherapy. There is a small entry fee of £8 payable on the door (£6 if you book ahead of time, or if you are a student or unwaged).
Membership (£10 per year) means that you can attend and vote at the AGM, attend our social evenings that we organize from time to time, and attend our special Annual Lecture).
All meetings take place in the lecture room at the Decca Building, 254-256 Belsize Road, London NW6 4BT. A local map and transport details are available here.
The full programme for the year can be downloaded by clicking on the link at the top of this page.
Our constitution is also available to download: Constitution of the Society of Psychotherapy