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What do mean by a 'registered' therapist?
What do mean by a 'registered' therapist?
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Written by Mindsum Team
Updated over a week ago

Being registered as a therapist in the UK signifies that the individual has successfully applied and been approved by one of the various professional organisations. To become registered, a therapist must have received education from a reputable educational institution and have adequate practical experience. Additionally, by registering, a therapist has agreed to adhere to the rigorous ethical standards set forth by their professional organisation.

In essence, a registered therapist is both qualified and dedicated to delivering best possible care. If they fail to do so, it is your right and responsibility to report them.

We make sure that all therapists listed on our platform are qualified, registered and insured professionals.

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