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In order to apply for pre-accredited associate membership you will need to meet the criteria laid down in Bye Law 4 May 2010.
(i) have graduated from a psychotherapy training course which meets all the requirements of Phase 1 of psychotherapy training specified by Bye Law 11 as necessary for eventual accreditation and membership of the Association. (In the case of applicants whose psychotherapy training course began before 1st January 2009 the required elements and hours of the course are those that are specified in Bye Law 10.);
(ii) have the intention of becoming accredited members of IAHIP and of meeting the requirements set out in Bye Law 11 (or, as relevant, Bye Law 10) for those completing the post-course practicum (i.e. pre-accreditation) period provided for in those respective Bye Laws of the Association;
(iii) are practising as a humanistic and integrative psychotherapist under regular supervision and are covered by a policy of insurance for professional indemnity risks;
(iv) consent to be governed by the IAHIP Code of Ethics and Practice and to be subject to the Complaints Procedure as if they were accredited members; (However, as they are not accredited members whose training and practice has been assessed and approved by the Association, nothing shall oblige the Association to respond to or deal with any complaint against a pre-accredited associate;
(v) provide recommendations from their current supervisor and from an accredited member of IAHIP.
If you have completed the above form, including the requested information and signed and posted it to the office, you may pay here.