Correspondence in the British Journal of Psychotherapy

Two letters to the Editor were recently published in the British Journal of Psychotherapy. One was from the President of The College, drawing readers’ attention to the aims and objectives of The College. The other was from Carola Thorpe, a practitioner who is opposed to The College and who, in her letter, attacked the basis on which it has been formed. Both letters were introduced by the Editor who invited practitioners to air the discussion about The College in a way that allows individual practitioners “to come to a considered, well-informed view about whether The College is divisive, or is making a sincere attempt to achieve pluralism in a divided profession” BJP 20:3, pp 409-416