Welcome to UKAPI

Our Next Workshop 12th November 2016

Somatic Countertransference in Trauma Work

On November 12th  2016 at London’s NCVO, we are very pleased that Morit Heitzler will offer a workshop with the title Somatic Countertransference in Trauma Work. For further details and an application form log onto the Workshops section.


Conference 4th February 2017

The Heart of Integrative Psychotherapy: putting theory into practice  

We are delighted to announce that all the British Integrative Psychotherapy Training Programmes are joining with UKAPI to offer a day exploring what is at the heart of integrative psychotherapy.  This will offer us a chance to share both contemporary exciting developments in the field and the challenges we face. More will follow. For further details and an application form log onto the Conference section.

At this conference key figures from all the the British Integrative Psychotherapy Training Programmes will join with UKAPI to offer a day exploring what is at the heart of integrative psychotherapy.  We will focus on both current contemporary exciting developments in the field as well as the challenges we face.

Panel members will include: Professor Maria Gilbert—Metanoia Institute; Dr Jane Hunt—University of Roehampton; Dr Lyndsey Moon— University of Roehampton; Professor John Nuttall—Regent’s University London; Dr Jean O’Callaghan—University of Roehampton; Dr Lorraine Price—Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute and Dr Heward Wilkinson—Scarborough Psychotherapy Training Institute.

In the afternoon, there will be two sets of experiential workshops in which practitioners will offer an insight into the way their integrative model influences their practice. If you would like to put forward a proposal for a workshop do contact us on enquiries@ukapi.com

After the conference day there will be a drinks reception followed by the UKAPI Annual General Meeting. We hope you will join us, and your fellow attendees, there!   BOOK NOW

About Us

The United Kingdom Association for Psychotherapy Integration (UKAPI) is a UK based professional association for practitioners who hold an interest in relational, integrative psychotherapy.

UKAPI views integrative psychotherapy as an approach to the psychotherapeutic endeavour which acknowledges the resonances between different schools of therapeutic thought, draws on concepts from various models, and explores client relationships both inside and outside the therapy room.

UKAPI aims to provide opportunities for practitioners to explore integrative psychotherapy theory, practice and current thinking through continued professional development events in the form of workshops and conferences, and our annual journal, The British Journal of Psychotherapy Integration.

UKAPI’S workshops and conferences offer a space to connect with practitioners with similar interests, and a forum for lively discussion, debate and learning.  We value the participation of practitioners from a wide range of training backgrounds, and members and non-members alike. Join our mailing list to receive regular updates on UKAPI events via email.


UKAPI Membership

Membership is renewable annually in June. For individual members, this includes this year’s edition of the British Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, online access to all journals since 2004, your own entry in our Find an integrative psychotherapist and/or supervisor directory, and a discount on all workshops and conferences run by UKAPI. You will receive regular information and updates on UKAPI plans and development.

Log onto the membership page to download the membership Form.


The British Journal of Psychotherapy Integration

The British Journal of Psychotherapy Integration has been the key British resource for the exploration of Integrative Practice and Research since 2004. View the Journal Section of our website if you are interested in submitting an article or wish to read about the content of past editions of the journals.


Mailing List

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