How to join FiP

Membership of FIP, a UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) Organisational Member (OM), confers CPD and peer-group benefits.

It also confers eligibility to register with the Council for Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis (CPJA)  college of the UKCP.

Can I join FIP immediately?

If your training was as a child / adolescent psychotherapist FIP membership is not available to you as we only accept adult psychotherapists for membership. Neither can we accredit you to UKCP.

Otherwise Membership is available for

  • Current members of UKCP who qualified in psychoanalytic Psychotherapy or Jungian analysis via a training accredited by the College of Psychoanlysis and Jungian Analysis, OR
  • Current members of BCP  registered as a psychoanalyst or psychoanalytic psychotherapist or Jungian analyst.

Eligibility can only be confirmed on submission of a completed application form.

I don’t seem to be eligible – what should I do?

You may already have accumulated a personal portfolio of academic and clinical experience which meets the requisite standards. Or you may come from other colleges/sections of the UKCP and have additionally fulfilled the requirements for psychoanalytic practice.

If this sounds like you, then you can begin the accreditation process: please start here

FiP Ltd is recognised by UKCP as an accrediting organisation within the CPJA.

Membership Fees

All members must abide by the FiP Ltd Constitution and the UKCP Code of Ethics and Professional Practice. Membership of FiP Ltd falls into two categories:
  • Full: £95.00 pa (a one-off fee of £75 is charged for application for membership)
  • Non-practising: £25

An application form may be requested via the online form or in writing to:

Denise Rolland, Administrator, FIP, 11 Genotin Terrace Enfield EN1 2AF

Phone: 020 8367 4359