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Dear <<First Name>>,

UKAGP Administrator

As we continue through a phase of transition, we are recruiting a new Administrator to support the Organising Committee and our membership. 

Do you have an interest in fulfilling this role as a member or do you know someone who is not necessarily part of the gestalt therapeutic community who may be able to give some of their time to assist us in our work?

As Administrator you will assist the UKAGP to increase awareness and understanding of gestalt therapy amongst the therapeutic community and the wider public, working alongside the UKAGP Chair and Organising Committee. 

The UKAGP Administrator is integral to the activities of the UKAGP as a responsible membership organisation in providing a good service to our members.

The UKAGP Administrator is a self-employed role with a guaranteed minimum 200 hours per year and additional hours available for specific project work.  You will therefore need to submit invoices to the UKAGP monthly; be responsible for paying your own National Insurance and tax and will not receive any holiday or sick pay. Wage: £15 per hour.

Please read the role description for this post by clicking on this link and please contact the Chair of the UKAGP Organising Committee on for any further information.

To apply please send your CV and a covering letter describing your interest in the role, and what you would bring to it, to

UKAGP is a community and everyone’s voice matters to us, so please don’t be shy.

Belinda Harris 
Chair of UKAGP

UKAGP Organising Committee Roles:


Ensuring that UKAGP runs successfully requires volunteers from our community to take on Committee roles in support of the organisation. The work the committee undertake is engaging, fun, interesting and above all confirms that UKAGP continues to develop as our community association.

We currently have a number of roles open, and we would like to invite you to review these and offer your support.

Whilst experience can be of benefit for these roles, the key requirement is enthusiasm, your time and a willingness take on a task.

The current roles available are listed below, and we would invite you to review and apply.
  • Volunteer member of the UKAGP Organising Committee
  • Finance Officer
  • Publicity Support Officer
  • Trainee, Pre-Accreditation and Institute Engagement Officer
  • Honorary Treasurer
Please view the roles descriptions and support UKAGP's continued development
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Within the UK Gestalt Community

Post-Graduate Certificate/Diploma
Marie-Anne Chidiac, Sally Denham-Vaughan & Lynda Osborne
Beginning December, 2017

Our approach to supervision practice is deeply relational.  This means recognising that relatedness to others is an existential given and a core organising principle that shapes who we are and what we do.   In a relational paradigm, our sense of self emerges through being in relationship with others - both at the level of our relationships with other individuals, and also in the wider context.

The course is for practitioners with at least 2 years experience.  It is suitable for practitioners in different areas of psychological, coaching and organisational work, including:
  • qualified counsellors, psychotherapists.
  • counselling, clinical and coaching psychologists.
  • coaches and mediators
  • others in the helping professions both statutory and voluntary.
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