The painting at the end of the sequence above is Low Tide by Mark Rothko, famous for his use of colour to express emotion:
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Working together … Working for you

The Association of Clinical Psychologists is the representative professional body for clinical psychologists. We seek to promote the profession and its members, explaining the role and competences of clinical psychologists to healthcare managers, commissioners, policy makers and politicians, the general public, and not least, our service users.

Our aim is to empower clinical psychologists to provide a psychological influence and perspective in order to improve the wellbeing and quality of life of service users and the general public.

We do this by promoting evidence-based psychological principles and opinion as applied to contemporary issues in health and social care at national and local levels. The ACP UK is also available to provide timely and authoritative comment and advice to government, policy makers and the media.

ACP-UK is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company. You can read more about what this means here.

Our Goals

We seek to provide strategic and coherent professional leadership to all clinical psychologists in the UK and to support clinical psychologists in their tasks and goals.