Our flagship magazine Therapy Today and the online Counselling and Psychotherapy Research journal are available free to all members. Our divisional and special interest group journals are available free to divisional members or on subscription.
Our award-winning Therapy Today is the most widely read specialist magazine for counsellors and psychotherapists in the UK, and has a strong international presence. We publish articles on topics crossing the breadth of counselling and psychotherapy practice, modalities and theoretical approaches.
Counselling and Psychotherapy Research (CPR) is an international peer-reviewed journal dedicated to linking research with practice in counselling and psychotherapy. Published by Wiley and indexed on PsycINFO, it is available online only.
The quarterly professional journal of BACP Children and Young People division is for counsellors and psychotherapists working with children and young people. We cover up-to-the-minute thinking, research and best practice in the sector.
The quarterly professional journal of BACP Coaching division is for counsellors and psychotherapists who are retraining and practising as coaches, as well as coaches from a range of backgrounds. Providing a platform for education, debate and sharing of best practice, it is making a key contribution to this rapidly expanding and varied profession.
The quarterly journal of BACP Workplace covers current developments and professional issues in the field of workplace counselling, such as research, the legal context and CPD. It also encompasses the wider emotional and psychological aspects of health at work.
The quarterly journal of BACP Healthcare is for counsellors and psychotherapists working in healthcare, keeping you up-to-date with topical and therapeutic developments in the sector. Features from practitioners working in the field bring up-to-the-minute thinking, opinion and best practice, as well as relevant news, research and training.
The quarterly journal of BACP Private Practice for counsellors and psychotherapists working independently, either in private practice or for EAPs or agencies, in paid or voluntary positions. It offers new perspectives on current thinking, debate on practical or professional issues, discussions, shared experience and best practice.
The quarterly journal for members of BACP Spirituality. It provides insight into and discussion of key issues facing those involved or interested in spirituality, belief and pastoral care in counselling and psychotherapy.
The quarterly journal of BACP Universities and Colleges is for counsellors and psychotherapists in further or higher education, as well as academic staff, supervisors and trainers. It provides informed and thought-provoking sector-specific articles, updates on research and regular features, all aimed at supporting best practice.
Eating disorders: is inaction tantamount to negligence?
Free article: Kel O’Neill argues that counsellors and psychotherapists need to do more to recognise and address eating disorders. Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal, January 2018
Leading by example
Free article: Nicola Banning tells the story of an NHS counselling service celebrating its twentieth year anniversary. Counselling at Work, January 2018
Are you the coach you think you are? Different perspectives on coaching behaviour
Free article: Dr Erik de Haan of the Ashridge Centre for Coaching outlines the results of a recent study into the coaching behaviours of executive coaches. Coaching Today, January 2018