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European Association for Counselling

EAC Welcomes General Members

General Members

organisational members

General Member

The EAC welcomes Organisations as General Members

Membership of the EAC is an excellent way to prove your organisation is committed to the safe and ethical delivery of counselling services in the European Member States.

All members are bound by the EAC Ethical Charter for Good Practice in Counselling which reflects our professional values across a range of ethical problems.

The structure of the EAC Ethical Charter is an example of successful co-operation between different approaches, cultures and personalities. It is also an incentive to all of EAC Members to continue with the work for counsellor professional conduct and development across the frontiers of European Member States.

EAC General Membership

is open to organisations concerned with training or the practice, delivery or development of counselling or the promotion of counselling services, whose aims and objectives are consistent with the aims and objectives of the EAC. Please see the EAC Ethical Charter before proceeding with an application and below for further information including criteria requirements, current fees and the application form.

  • Not-for-Profit Counselling Organisation applying through a recognised EAC accredited Organisation 150.00 Euros per year
    A voluntary or charitable body offering Counselling Services only
  • Not-for-Profit Counselling Training Organisation applying through a recognised EAC accredited Organisation 150.00 Euros per year. 
    A voluntary or charitable body offering counsellor training courses which are accredited by the EAC.
  • Not-for-Profit Counselling Organisation applying directly to the EAC 400.00 Euros per year
    A voluntary or charitable body offering Counselling Services only
  • Not-for-Profit Counselling Training Organisation applying directly to the EAC 400 Euros per year. 
    A voluntary or charitable body offering counsellor training courses which are not accredited by the EAC.
  • A Counselling related organisation applying directly to the EAC 400.00 Euros per year
    Any agency or organisation not necessarily offering counselling as their main service but having an interest in the well-being, role and function of the EAC and may offer some counselling as in Social Service, Nursing, Education, employment; personal and career development, business, industry, mental health, public service agencies, government and private practice who share the objectives of the EAC.

General Members must abide by the EAC Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and are subject to the Professional Conduct Procedure therein.
General Membership does not automatically provide an EAC individual membership to each employee or student within the organisation. Group membership for individual persons is also not available.

General members have voting rights when attending the EAC General Assembly

Criteria

General Membership is open to organisations fulfilling one or more of the following criteria:

  • Must be a legal entity in their own right. i.e. not a subsidiary it may be a department within a larger organisation for example Education (although these departments may act as the contact point).
  • Offer counselling services to clients.
  • Offer direct services to counsellors.
  • Offer training services to counsellors.
  • Offer a combination of all the above.
  • Have personnel who use counselling related skills in the course of their work.
  • Any agency or organisation not necessarily actively involved in counselling or a related field, but having an interest in the well-being, role and function of the EAC

Please note that if the nominated contact person for the organisation (as given application form) is not the main person/persons who are responsible for the organisation, a letter, on headed paper, will need to be provided confirming that the contact has permission to act on behalf of the organisation.

All applications are subject to scrutiny by the ">EAC Membership department which may involve consultation with the Governing Board.

Membership Benefits

  • A General Member may nominate three persons for reduced rates for EAC events such as seminars and conferences.
  • Access entries in EAC directories.
  • Have the right to an entry with basic business details in the EAC Counselling Directory Free of Charge
  • Have a right to be featured on the EAC Web Site with an active Link back to the Organisation Web Site
  • Ability to offer individual membership to employees, members & students at current EAC Individual Member Fee.
  • Receive four EAC Newsletters per year
  • Access to member only section of the EAC Website.
  • Ability to offer articles, research documents or news items for publication in EAC Newsletter and Website.
  • May request permission to feature the EAC logo on their website only

General Membership Application Forms can be found in the right-hand side menu

 

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