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Join the Team

Practitioners work as independent therapists. Each practitioner is responsible for the building of their own practice through the development of their own reputation as an expert therapist in their own right. Practitioners contribute to and become part of the team at the clinic, including attending joint practitioner education meetings. Practitioners are keen to work collaboratively with each other when this is in the best interests and with the agreement of the client.

If you are interested in joining the Beacon Clinic, please give us a call on

01684 893393we look forward to hearing from you.

Practitioner rest space at the Beacon Clinic

Thank you for showing an interest in the Beacon Clinic!

We are a friendly relaxed and happy team of practitioners and we welcome any enquiries. We value practitioners who are dedicated, highly motivated and skilled in their area of expertise, and have a keenness to work with like-minded practitioners. We consider practitioners who can show evidence of thorough training, experience and who can dovetail with the team.

Below is a certain amount of information about us and they way we operate. If after reading it, you still feel you would like to discuss the possibility of joining the team then feel free to make contact with either Dr Martin or Dr Sue Allbright.

After an initial chat on the telephone we arrange an informal meeting, often over lunch, and show you around the facilities.

If you then want to apply to join we ask if you would be willing to provide us with a cv, evidence of your qualifications and insurance, two references (and where possible a collection of client testimonials).

An interview process then follows involving other practitioners with similar interest areas, carried out in a friendly manner. The directors involve the practitioner team in the process since we all value the sense of community and mutual trust that exists here.

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