Cornwall based Charity CLEAR, who support people of all ages impacted by abuse and trauma, in particular trauma that is linked to domestic abuse and sexual violence, have had their accreditation from the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) renewed for their Children’s Service for a further five years.

Carolyn Webster, Chief Executive said:  “The re-accreditation is a welcome endorsement of our continuing commitment to high standards of our counselling and therapy. This accreditation gives our clients and partners ongoing confidence in the quality and professionalism of all we do in supporting children impacted by abuse and trauma.
We are dedicated to the highest levels of care and support for people of all ages impacted by abuse and trauma. The need for our services consistently exceeds our resources to deliver and this is particularly exacerbated in Covic-19 pandemic.”

Sue Brown, Chair of the Board Trustees said:   “Congratulations to Carolyn and all of the team. The application process is rigorous and it is great to get feedback from the BACP assessor that included the observation on our submission ‘shows that CLEAR is providing a comprehensive, professional service to its users and for the benefit of the organisation’
This accreditation provides us with external recognition of the quality of our service. I am particularly proud of the fact that we uniquely offer support to people of all ages across Cornwall.”

BACP accreditation is a nationally recognised and valued quality status for practitioners, services and training courses that recognises the achievement of high standards of knowledge, experience and development in counselling and psychotherapy.


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