INPP Licentiates

INPP provides a post graduate training course for professionals wanting to add the INPP Method to their existing professional qualifications. Details of this training course can be found at www.inpp.org.uk/training.

Following successful completion of the INPP training course, Licentiates agree to abide by a code of ethics and to fulfil requirements for continuing professional development by attending an INPP approved supervision at least once every two years if they are practising in the UK, (every 3 years if practising in Europe and every 5 years if practising in other parts of the world if not available within their country of residence). UK licentiate membership is renewed once a year. You can view the INPP structure here.

 

INPP Licentiates 2019-2020

 

Licentiate Name

Country

Ann Swain UK, West Sussex
Beverly Hardy UK, Derbyshire
Cat Dewar UK, Berkshire
Claire DeGruchy UK, Jersey
Gillian Dingwall UK, Scotland
Jacqueline Ellis UK, Wiltshire
Janet Glover UK, Stockport
Jenny Fry UK, Berkshire
Julie-Anne Kelly UK, Dover
Julia Willcock UK, Cambridge
Karen Beveridge UK, Scotland
Kerry McShane UK, Buckinghamshire
Liz Baker UK, Co. Durham
Mairi Maciver Clark UK, Scotland
Nicola Boughton-Smith UK, Berkshire
Pauline Shannon UK, Scotland
Pete Griffin UK, Walsall
Rebecca Duncombe UK, Leicestershire
Carmel Mullan Ireland, Co Antrim
Eileen Faughnan Ireland, Co. Leitrim
Grainne Dillon Ireland, Co. Meath
Judy Breen Ireland, Co. Clare
Marie De Lasa Ireland, Co. Carlow

Europe

Heli Kaldoja Estonia
Pille-Riina Kivinurm Estonia
Eva Brittmark Norway
Lene Solli Fitzgerald Norway
Jenny Monnin France
Anastasia Varsamopoulou Greece

Rest of the World

Sharmeen Tahir Canada
Eve Chabord Canada
Sheron Snaas Dubai, UAE
Terrie Spencer Dubai, UAE
Eileen Boland New Zealand
Retha Sanders New Zealand
Jane Posnett Oman
Wang Yanxia China