Trusted source determination factors

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Harley Therapy Trusted Sources

At Harley Therapy, we believe that our clients should be able to make informed choices about their treatments and assessments and so as well as our own resources, we’ll direct you to external sources of information.

We will only ever direct you to trusted sources, however, as there’s a lot of confusing information on the internet, as well as links to less-than-reputable practitioners and unproven treatment methods.

What are our trusted sources?

For external websites, we use three primary types of sources that we list and mark as trusted sources.

  • Government websites, including the NHS website
  • Reputable and well-established medical websites that are often cited in medical publications, and
  • Charities and other organisations within the mental health and therapy sector that have a good reputation at the time we use the links to their websites and content

Why it’s important to have trusted sources

Harley Therapy provides medical help and assessments for various conditions, including learning disabilities and mental illnesses. It’s vital that the advice and information we provide on our own website and one any sites we direct clients to is accurate, trustworthy and proven, either through long-standing evidence or peer-reviewed research.

In order to eliminate bias or unfairness, Harley Therapy will never publish links to any paid-for sources or use any affiliate marketing.

What to do if you have any concerns or complaints about a trusted source site

If you think that any of the sites we link to contain any inaccurate, outdated or misleading information or content, let us know via the contact page on our website.


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The NHS (National Health Service) is the UK's government run medical service. Their website is written and reviewed by medical experts.

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The UK Council for Psychotherapy

The UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) is the UK’s leading organisation for psychotherapists and psychotherapeutic counsellors. It regulates and registers trained and trainee counsellors.

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The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy

The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) is an association for UK-based counselling professionals. It supports practitioners, enabling them to provide a better service.

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The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is the UK’s national radio and TV broadcaster. It’s the world’s largest, with 35,402 staff and 28 operating languages.

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Mind is a mental health charity covering England and Wales. It offers support to people with mental health problems and lobbies local and national governments.

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Turning Point

Turning Point is a UK charity and social enterprise which works in the mental health, learning disabilities, substance abuse, criminal justice and employment areas.

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The Mental Health Foundation

The Mental Health Foundation is a UK charity which helps people to understand, protect and improve their mental health.

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Young Minds

Young Minds is a UK charity which works to improve the mental health of children and young people by providing appropriate support and resources.

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Wikipedia is an online encyclopaedia that’s written and maintained by a global volunteer community. It’s the largest-ever reference work and receives 1.7 unique visitors monthly.

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Harley Therapy Ltd. “Trusted source determination factors”. Harley Therapy, 13 Aug. 2021, Accessed 7 Dec. 2021.


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