- Professional registration membership is for qualified practitioners fulfilling the criteria for registration as a practitioner with ADMP UK.
- Associate membership is open to anyone interested in the profession.
- Student and institutional memberships are also available.
- Membership forms can be found on this link Applying for membership
- Members receive a quarterly publication e-motion newsletter which provides new and updated information on developments in the field, details of relevant workshops and courses, and current debates and articles concerning DMP. Subscription to e-motion is available to non-members.
- The professional member register consists of names and addresses of individuals who are recognised by the Association as competent and licensed to practice to work as professional DMPs.
- The professional register has been established in order to safeguard the quality and standards of the Dance Movement Psychotherapy profession in the United Kingdom for the benefit both of its members and of the public.
- ADMP also maintains registers of members qualified to supervise and to be in private practice.
- Established to safeguard the quality and standards of the DMP profession in the UK for the benefit of both its members and the public.
- Registered practitioners are considered competent to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
- ADMP keeps separate registers of members competent to work in private practice and as clinical supervisors.
- This document sets out the criteria and procedures for admission to the professional register of ADMP.
- This section is currently being revised. If you have any questions on this please contact the administrator email@example.com.
- It also sets out the basic criteria for accreditation of new DMP training courses
- Defines standards of professional conduct for DMPs.
- It is binding on all practicing members of ADMP UK.
- The guiding principal of the code is that DMPs shall always act in the best interests of the client.
- All professionally registered DMPs are required to complete a specified number of hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) each year and to keep records of these activities.
- CPD is a central requirement for continued professional registration.
|Student, from September 2013||£50|