If you interested in undertaking this accreditation please refer to the sections included here to find out if you are eligible to apply.

  1. Have a relevant professional training to degree level or equivalent.
  2. To have been accountable for their own professional practice to a senior member of their profession for at least two years full time or equivalent since professional qualification. If already in a senior role demonstration of an appropriate responsible peer group is acceptable.
  3. Adhere to a recognised ethical code and be willing to be scrutinised in this adherence as required.
  4. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the therapeutic relationship and competent in the development, maintenance, transferring and ending of such relationships.
  5. Show evidence of sustained commitment to the study of the theory and practice of management of eating disorders which includes continuing professional development.
  6. Have regular and sufficiently frequent clinical supervision (minimum 1 hour per month).

NB. Deliberate false statements, if discovered, will result in removal from the accreditation lists and reporting to the clinicians professional and disciplinary bodies.

Initial accreditation is for a period of five years and accredited members will be required to re-apply for each subsequent five year period. Re-accreditation will have slightly different requirements.

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