SANE collaborates with many different organisations. On these pages you will find a selection of some of these relationships.
BACP is the largest and broadest body within the sector. It works with large and small organisations; advising schools on how to set up a counselling service, assisting the NHS with service provision, working with voluntary agencies and supporting independent practitioners. BACP also participates in the development of counselling and psychotherapy at an international level.
NICE is an independent organisation responsible for providing national guidance on promoting good health and preventing and treating ill health.
They have recently published a clinical guideline on ‘Generalised anxiety disorder and panic disorder (with or without agoraphobia) in adults: Management in primary, secondary and community care’.
Click here to view the guideline.
To help support implementation of the guideline NICE have produced a ‘Guide to self-help resources for people with GAD’. The guide signposts to 37 on-line resources that are free of charge and that will help people with GAD to manage their symptoms. Click here to access the guide.
The National Psychosis Service specialises in expert, evidence-based treatment for people with complex and co-morbid psychosis, to enhance their quality of life through rehabilitation and recovery, and reduce the risk of readmission or expensive long-term care costs.
If you are a family member of friend of somebody who has psychosis, the Mental Healthcare website may also be a useful source of information.
The Royal College of Nursing represents nurses and nursing, promotes excellence in practice and shapes health policies. The RCN also publishes Mental Health Practice - a monthly journal for those working in the field of mental health.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists is the professional and educational body for psychiatrists in the UK. They set standards and promote excellence in psychiatry and mental health care, as well as leading, representing and supporting psychiatrists.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists work with service users, carers and their organisations, in order to champion for improvements in the quality of mental health care.
UKCP promotes the art and science of psychotherapy for the public benefit; promotes research and education in psychotherapy and disseminates the results of any such research; promotes (or assists in the promotion, preservation and protection of public health by encouraging) high standards of training and practice in psychotherapy and the wider provision of psychotherapy for the public.