Children and Young People
BACP Divisions are groups of BACP members sharing a common work setting or area of interest.
BACP Children & Young People is the quarterly journal of BACP Children & Young People. Its readership includes not only counsellors and psychotherapists in schools, CAMHS, youth agencies and private practice, but also others concerned with the mental and emotional wellbeing of children and young people, such as teachers, support officers, education welfare officers and youth community workers.
Content covers up-to-the-minute thinking, research and best practice in the sector, accounts of projects in the field, as well as contributions from regular columnists. Recent articles include the psychological consequences of young people being made homeless; the significance of a counsellor's physical appearance; cybertrauma in the counselling room; and supervising work with young people.
The journal is an ideally targeted advertising platform for events, conferences, training courses, professional development, publications and resources that support and develop counselling in schools and youth establishments.
4,714* Individual and 181* Organisational members
*figures correct as at 26 February 2016
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