WMIP Management & Committees

The Board of Trustees manage the Company. The Members of the Board of Trustees are elected annually at the AGM, which is held the 1st Monday of March.

The Board of Trustees:

  • Chair -  Carrie Worrall
  • Vice Chair - Tom Camps
  • Honorary Treasurer – Jinny Sumner
  • Lay Trustee - Niall Martin

The Committees of the Board of Trustees and their Responsibilities:

All members of Committees of the Board of Trustees are approved by the Board of Trustees.

The Finance Committee is a group with the brief to advise the Board of Trustees on loan schemes. It manages the Conference Bursary Fund and Small Group Fund and advises on funding resources and possible fund-raising and disbursement.

The Development Committee is responsible for drafting policies and documents for consideration by the Board of Trustees covering: long term policies, management and structure, governing documents planning & other work.

The Membership Committee is responsible for processing applications and making recommendations to the Board of Trustees for election and upgrading of members.

The Ethics Committee is responsible for maintaining a watching brief on all ethical aspects of psychotherapy and Institute functioning; providing commentary and recommendations on any ethical matters referred to it.
It deals with complaints or possible breaches of the Codes of Ethics and Practice in accordance with the Complaints Procedure.

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The Editorial Committee is a group responsible for publishing the West Midlands Journal of Psychotherapy within the policy of the Board of Trustees.

The Events Committee is a group whose responsibilities are organisational with responsibility for the running of the Members Meetings.

The Information Committee is responsible for the preparation, printing, publication and distribution of "News & Views", Governing Documents and all such other items, as the Board of Trustees requires.

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