The British Psychoanalytic Council is a professional association and voluntary regulator of the psychoanalytic psychotherapy profession, publishing a Register of practitioners who are required to follow our ethical code and meet our fitness to practise standards.
The British Psychological Society is the representative body for psychology and psychologists in the UK, and is responsible for the promotion of excellence and ethical practice in the science, education, and practical applications of the discipline.
Working in partnership, taking your side and helping you to get your voice heard.
The Campaign Against Living Miserably, or CALM, is a registered charity, which exists to prevent male suicide in the UK. In 2013, male suicide accounts for 78% of all suicides and is the single biggest cause of death in men aged 20 – 45 in England and Wales. We provide a confidential, anonymous and free support, information and signposting.
The centred mission is to bring about equality, respect and understanding in society particularly in relation to sexuality and gender. Whilst our primary charitable objectives concern sexuality and gender, our working concern is equality for all.
Centred is a community organisation run by diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) people. Centred is a community organisation run by diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) people. The centred mission is to bring about equality, respect and understanding in society particularly in relation to sexuality and gender.
Centrepoint provides a safe place to live for more than 2,900 young people, aged 16-25, every year in London and the north east of England.
We are Counselling Life Advice Suicide Prevention Charity also known as, CLASP Charity. We are the first charity focusing solely on the stigma of Mental & Stress related illness, Emotional Life Traumas & Suicide.
Our vision is of a society where women are not criminalised unjustly nor imprisoned unnecessarily. We believe that theatre enables women to challenge their oppression by society in general and by the criminal justice system in particular. Clean Break has used theatre to put the issue of women in prison firmly on the cultural map and to reveal the damage caused by the failures of the criminal justice system. Through the theatre we make we continue to raise difficult questions with our growing audience, initiate debate more widely and work towards effecting profound and positive change in the lives of women offenders.
National umbrella organisation aiming to represent the needs of the South Asian community in the UK. Seminars and conferences on issues affecting the South Asian Community such as health promotion, environment, mental health, self-harm, suicide, domestic violence and strokes. Provides training to statutory and voluntary agencies.
With a vision of Deaf people empowered, connected and achieving, all the services and programs provided by Deaf Positives Action aim to enable the community to live full and independent lives. Deaf Positives Action provides information and advice, referrals, advocacy, independent living skills support, community education and employment support to the Deaf community.
Deafblind UK knows that with the right support, deafblind people can live healthier, enjoyable and dignified lives. We are open, accessible and relevant to all deafblind people across England, Wales and Northern Ireland – irrelevant of age, gender and background – offering crucial support including guidance, understanding, emotional support and opportunities that few other agencies can supply.
Diaspora Ivoirienne UK works within the Ivorian community and other BME communities to reduce poverty, youth unemployment and crime.
Disability Rights UK works to create a society where everyone with lived experience of disability or health conditions can participate equally as full citizens, to strengthen the voice of disabled people to make our rights real, as an effective national organisation led by people with a wide range of impairments or health conditions.
Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC) is a national charity that aims to help older people make informed choices about meeting their housing and care needs. Since our early days we have worked on two fronts.
Action on Elder Abuse (AEA) is a specialist organisation that operates across the four nations of the United Kingdom. It also provides some support within Ireland. Unlike other 'older people's organisations' we focus exclusively on the issue of elder abuse, not as one issue among many, but as a single focus to our work. For this reason we have extensive expertise that is not available from any other charity or agency.
The Commission is a Non Departmental Public Body (NDPB), established under the Equality Act 2006 as a corporate body. Our sponsor department is the Government Equalities Office (GEO).
EHF was founded in 2002 to engage the black and minority ethnic communities in training, health improvement and disease prevention. The formation was occasioned by issues around general health of Black and Minority Ethnic Communities (BMEC) particularly African and African-Caribbean communities which include the statistical increase in admission of young and elderly men and women to acute care setting (hospital) with non-communicable diseases as a result of lack of information, health education and awareness.
Family Rights Group’s goal is to enable children to be raised safely and thrive within their family and community. Established in 1974, we support families whose children are involved with, or require, local authority services because of welfare needs or concerns. Families who contact us are often struggling, and scared their child may be removed. Our advice service helps them to understand their rights and options, get the support they need to prevent problems escalating into a crisis and to work constructively with local authorities. This is key to keeping children safe at home and avoiding unnecessary removal into care.