YAFTA Consultancy provides advice, duty of care processes and psychological support for individuals, businesses, employers, employees, production companies, the self employed and those working in creative industries.
All of our professionals are all hold appropriate qualifications and registrations to undertake the work which they are assigned. Our team is comprised of British Psychological Society chartered psychologists who hold registration with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) as practitioner psychologists; registered psychotherapists with the British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy; and business psychologists that hold principal practitioner status with the Association of Business Psychologists (ABP).
These registrations ensure that our psychological professionals have the necessary training and qualifications to work with members of the public, ensuring that the best possible, and most ethical option for cultivating public safety is employed.
Charlotte Armitage BSc (Hons), MBPsS, PGCert, PPABP, MBACP, MNCS (Accred) is the Managing Director of YAFTA Consultancy.
Charlotte is an award-winning businesswoman, a registered psychotherapist with British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy, an accredited counsellor with the National Counselling Society and an accredited business psychologist and media psychologist.
As the founder and managing director of award winning organisations, Yorkshire Academy of Film & Television Acting (YAFTA) & YAFTA Talent Agency, Charlotte has vast experience of the film & TV industry from all angles. Charlotte lectures on Film & TV Production courses about duty of care processes and psychological guidelines which should to be adhered to throughout the production cycle.
Charlotte is a member of the Media Ethics Advisory Board of the British Psychological Society and has conducted advisory work with the BBC, EOne and MTV regarding their duty of care processes for on-screen talent. As part of her work with the BPS Media Ethics Board, Charlotte has been involved in the changes to duty of care processes in the Film & TV industry including contributing to; the code of conduct for psychologists working in the media and the duty of care guidelines for the Producers Alliance for Cinema and Television (PACT).