As an Advanced Practitioner Member you will receive additional benefits including:

  • Your own page on the FDAP Practitioner Directory detailing qualifications, experience, and approach
  • You are able to use the designatory letters ‘FDAP APM’

To become an Advanced Practitioner Member, you must:

  • Currently be in practice, or have practiced within the last three years

Advanced Practitioner Members are required to agree to the following:

When you become an Advanced Practitioner Member, and when you renew your membership, we'll ask you to agree to the following terms and conditions:

'I confirm and agree that I will undertake and record continuing professional development (CPD) in line with FDAP’s requirements and will abide by and fully cooperate with FDAP’s CPD audit procedure.’