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From the archive

Wild therapy. ‘For therapy to think and feel ecologically, it has to change some of its core attitudes,’ writes Nick Totton in this article from March 2011 Read more

In conversation

Hilary Prentice talks further with Colin Feltham about the role that therapists could play by enabling people to articulate their feelings about climate change Read more

Behind the pictures

Our March illustrator, Simon Pemberton, explains the inspirations behind his pictures Read more

News: updated 14 April

The latest news

Counselling beats psychology for job satisfaction


YoungMinds launches medication advice website
Survey backs counselling for female offenders
Choice rolled out to NHS counselling
Therapy cuts psychosis care costs Read more

Inside latest issue

How I became a therapist: Cirecie A West-Olatunji

Cirecie A West-Olatunji is President of the American Counseling Association, which is the co-host of the 2014 BACP Research Conference Read more

News feature: Making the world more child-MindEd

The Counselling MindEd website opens up a world of e-learning to counsellors working with children and young people. Catherine Jackson reports Read more

Dilemmas: Should you answer a client's emails?

A client keeps writing her therapist long emails. Should she answer them, ignore them, ask her to stop? Readers offer their advice Read more

Floods, climate change and denial

Hilary Prentice says counsellors should confront the reality of climate change Read more

Are we disabling our clients?

A therapist’s assumptions can be as disabling as physical barriers, writes Michèle Taylor Read more

Remembering in order to forget

Paul Sibson and Robin Ticic explain how the process of memory reconsolidation works Read more

 

TT.net wins award

Online Media Award for TherapyToday.net

TherapyToday.net won the 2013 Online Media Award for best health/education news site. The website was also nominated for best specialist site for journalism Read more

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In addition to the monthly Therapy Today, BACP also publishes eight quarterly journals. Read more about the other journals produced by BACP and find out how you can subscribe or become a member of a division Read more

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