Complaints

As a professional association for counsellors and psychotherapists, The National Counselling Society is committed to promoting and providing high standards in the practice of counselling.

We understand that the people using the services of counsellors and psychotherapists who are members of the NCS may have a range of different issues and a range of experiences of working with these members.

We welcome all comments from people using the counselling services provided by our members and see them as helpful to our continuing improvement of standards. We are interested in all experiences of clients, both positive and not so positive and believe that this information can help us plan positive future guidance for all of our members - and for clients.

We encourage feedback through informal conversations or by email, phone or letter.  If you would like to contact us about something that it is not a complaint please do so here.

If you have any concerns or would like to make a complaint about a member please complete a Complaint Form.  Before completing this form you may wish to read through the Society’s Complaint Procedure.

If you would prefer to speak to an officer of the Society please phone: 07502 242605 (This number is available Monday to Friday 9.30am to 4.00pm)

We want to ensure that everyone is able to communicate with the Society and we will accept different methods that allow you to access the complaints procedure. For example we can accept an audio file; braille versions of forms or you can nominate another person to communicate on your behalf. An officer of the Society will be pleased to discuss these and other ideas with you.

 

Please click on the following links to reach the relevant page for you:

Complaining about a Therapist

The Society’s Complaints Process

Society's Complaint Form

The Society’s Code of Ethics

Complaints about a Member of NCS Staff

Outcome of Complaints

Training Provider Complaint Process

Documents and downloads on this page:

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