Get Stable

I am a therapist

By registering here your details will be available for clients and GPs to contact you directly.
Please provide as much information as possible, including your particular areas of interest and practical information
that could be helpful such as travel and disabled access. Do upload photos and videos if you have them available.

Therapist registration

Please ensure you have all the following
information ready at hand:

Contact details
Photo and video link (if available)
Your registration number
Insurance details
Supervisor details
Full description for your profile page

Generally speaking therapists with a photo get more referrals.
Please upload images as either a JPEG, GIF or PNG with a file size no larger than 750k. Please do not upload Microsoft Word files, image files only.

Registration

Professional details (for internal use only)

Supervisor's registering body

Profile photo

Please upload images as either a JPEG, GIF or PNG with a file size no larger than 750k.

Video link

Please upload your video to either Vimeo or YouTube. Once your video is uploaded, you can embed it here by following these instructions...

YouTube
Click the 'Share' button under your video, then click the 'Embed' button which appears under this. Copy the code from the box which appears underneath the 'Embed' button (starts with '<iframe...'), then paste this code into the 'Video link' box on this form.

Vimeo
Click the 'Embed' button to the right of your video, then in the pop up window which appears, copy the code from the 'Get the embed code' box (starts with '<iframe...'), then paste this code into the 'Video link' box on this form.

Get Stable Terms and Conditions

Professional Registration


In order to be part of the Get Stable community of counsellors and psychotherapists you must be a registered practitioner of a registered therapy. You must be registered with a recognised professional body ( for example BACP, UKCP, CPC etc).

Get Stable verifies all Therapists’ registrations with the relevant professional body before publication of your details is activated. Get Stable carries out regular checks of professional registration and requires that any change in status be communicated to us.


Professional Standards


The standards required for you to work with Get Stable are as follows. You must:

a. Work to your professional body’s Code of Ethics
b. Undertake 30 hours of Continuing Professional Development a year
c. Have a minimum of 1.5 hours of clinical supervision each month
d. Have professional indemnity and public liability insurance (the latter if you work from home)
e. Have no upheld complaints against you
f. Inform us of any on-going complaint


Data Protection


Get Stable observes client and therapist confidentiality and is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office Registration number Z2719571


Private Client Referrals via the Get Stable website


Get Stable accepts no liability for private client work carried out by individual therapists. Get Stable makes no charge for therapists to be part of the Get Stable community and reserves the right to publish only details of therapists who meet the Get Stable criteria mentioned above.


Working with Get Stable on an outcomes basis.


In order to work with Get Stable you will be required to:
• Complete online CORE returns for each client (CORE 34 at the start and end of therapy) and CORE 10 for each session.
• Complete an  HoNOS PbR assessment at the start of therapy.

Short training sessions are available where required for CORENet and HoNOS PbR.


Payment Terms


You will be paid a minimum of £15 per hour for every client session, up to a maximum of £90 per hour for referrals funded by a government programme through Get Stable.

Average payments per hour are expected to be around £45. This figure may be higher or lower based on overall effectiveness of all Get Stable therapists and counsellors.

For referrals made by Get Stable for outcomes based work, you will be paid monthly in arrears, by BACS transfer.

 


If you would like further information about working with Get Stable, call us on 0845 468 0289                                                     Get Stable February 2012