How do I access my profile?

Once your application has been approved and processed, you will receive an email with your username and a link to set your password.

Once you have set your password, you will be logged into your BAC account and able to edit your profile.

You can access your profile at any time here.


You can easily set your working hours and select your days off in Amelia → Employees → Your Profile → Work Hours / Days Off.

Can I edit my profile any time?

Yes! Once your profile is set up you can edit the following:
– Contacts Details
– Biographical Information
– Counsellor Information
– Approach
– How It Works
– Upload Image
– Contact Info
– Work Hours and Days Off


Profile Picture

Use a recent photo of yourself
Your photo should give your clients a clear idea of what you'd look like if they meet you tomorrow
Keep your head straight and upright
This will make you feel confident and capable in it
Wear appropriate casual attire
Always look casual but professional avoiding inappropriate clothes
You should be the only subject in the photo
It's your professional profile picture, so it should focus on you. This means no inanimate objects, group shots, or photos of you with your significant other, child, or pets
Use a pleasant facial expression
You need to look like someone others will want to work with. Having a pleasant facial expression will attract more clients. Just remember to smile, big smiles in profile pictures correlate with good social relationships.
Find your best light
Avoid overhead light, which creates harsh shadows, and instead look for natural light.
Use a clean background
It's your professional profile picture, so it should focus on you. This means no inanimate objects, group shots, or photos of you with your significant other, child, or pets
Please keep in mind that your profile picture will be cropped to a circular shape to fit our platform so you should be center of the profile picture. Another tip is not too far, let them see your face but do not crowd the camera. If your face is too small, they will not be able to see your smile when the picture appears in smaller sizes.
File size
The file containing your picture should be no more than 2Mb in size. These should be supplied in either JPEG or PNG format.
Profile Picture
Example of a good profile picture
Example of a good video presentation

Video Presentation

The purpose of the self-intro video is to create a personal connection with your potential clients and eventually to encourage them to book an initial free session with you.

We believe that being natural and feeling comfortable speaking about your profession is the best way to help your future clients to understand who you are and how you can help them to reach their goals.

Video Structure

Introduce yourself
In a few words explain who you are (name, country/city of origin, coach or therapist)
Add some details
Include facts about yourself and/or your profession, talk about your experience, expertise and qualifications
Talk about your approach
This part of the video lets your audience get a real sense of your personality and of your profession

Video Presentation Guidelines

Ideal duration
Ideal duration Ideal duration of video is up to 2:30 minutes.
Recording and uploading

Use your phone or your built-in webcam on your laptop or PC to record your video and send it to online@beecholmeadultcare.co.uk. BAC team will take care of uploading your self-intro video into your profile.

Dress to impress
Look presentable, wear what you would wear during a face-to-face session and clothing that makes you feel comfortable.
Frame and background
Frame the video well & decorate your wall. Clear away any background clutter. Make sure the video focuses on you without any distractions in the background.
Show your face and hands
You should be recorded from the waist up with your face and hand gestures visible to the audience.
Good natural light is key
Natural lighting is best for your video. It is advisable that the light is not placed directly behind you, that there is enough light and that it is not casting any unusual shadows on your face.
Audio tips
Speak clearly and address the client directly, recording in a quiet place.
Additional advice
Appear warm, inviting and positive on-camera.