Registry of dating practitioners
It aims to reassure clients, employers and the general public that a BACP-registered practitioner adheres to high standards of proficiency, professionalism and good practice.If you are thinking about seeing a counsellor or therapist, you can find out more aboutwhat to expectorcheck whether a practitioner is registered.Practitioners are expected to assist the Court to meet this standard.6.1 The Court requests that all documents which a party will ask the Court to consider should be filed no later than 2pm the day before the court listing. The early filing of documents will generally allow the Court sufficient time to pre-read the file so as to ensure that court time is used efficiently.
The main purpose of the Register is to protect the public and help you find a therapist you can trust.
3.1 All new corporations applications that are within a Registrar's delegated jurisdiction can be commenced by filing the appropriate court documents with the Registry (refer to paragraph  of this Guide on how to file a document with the Registry).
2.1 Corporations matters that may be heard and determined by a Registrar of the Federal Court include winding up applications, applications to set aside a statutory demand, reinstatement applications, applications for termination of winding up orders, and applications to fix external administrator's remuneration under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (the 'Corporations Act'). Corporations matters within the delegated jurisdiction of a Registrar are set out in Schedule 2 of the of the Federal Court (Corporations) Rules 2000 (the 'Corporations Rules').
Arrangements for hearing corporations matters by Registrars and relevant listing information for Registrar Court Lists in each registry is available online (see paragraph  of this Guide).
5.3 The Court aims to have all Registrar matters that are appropriately dealt with to conclusion within 3 months of the first return date.
5.1 Parties can generally expect a first hearing date to be listed within 2-6 weeks of filing an application, depending on the nature of the application.