BACP Ethical Framework

Relate NTC ensures it follows the ethical guidance submitted by BACP

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We take confidentiality very seriously and this is discussed with all clients during their first appointment.

We aim to provide a caring and effective service in a safe environment. We are particularly mindful of the need to provide a professional, confidential service and will always take note of any instructions you may have about how we are to contact you. We will not reveal confidential information about you to a third party unless someone’s personal safety is at risk.

We offer a confidential service for young people and respect their right to independently access support and assistance. The boundaries of confidentiality are explained to young people using our services and Relate has a Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy to ensure that whilst we support young people we also help to keep them safe.

Relate London North West, Hertfordshire and Mid Thames & Bucks has a team of well trained, professional counsellors and therapists who work within the ethical framework of counselling practice, conduct and confidentiality of the following:

·         British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP)

·         The College of Sexual and Relationship Therapy (COSRT)

·         Association for Family Therapy and Systemic Practice (AFT)

Relate Code of Ethics and Practice

Link to BACP Ethical framework for the counselling professions (July 2018)