BACP Workplace focuses on counselling in the workplace and the wider emotional and psychological aspects of health at work. The span of articles is broad, from best practice in counselling provision to supervision, and from trauma support to what contributes to psychological wellbeing in organisations.
BACP Workplace is published in January, April, July and October.
If you're a member of BACP Workplace division, you'll receive a printed copy of the journal and access to the online archive as part of your divisional membership fee.
If you're a BACP member, you can get free access to the online version of the journal and the archive.
If you're not a BACP member, you can subscribe to the journal by clicking on the log in to purchase link at the top of the page and creating an account. You'll receive a printed copy and access to the online archive.
Members and subscribers can access online articles and pdfs of previous issues going back to 2009 from the BACP Workplace archive.
You can also search for articles using the articles and guidance search in the top menu bar.
Nicola Banning, Editor, BACP Workplace
BACP Workplace is read by workplace counsellors, trainers, team leaders and welfare staff, occupational psychologists, HR managers and those with an interest in employee counselling services and skills.
To book an advertisement in BACP Workplace or to discuss advertising opportunities, please contact:
0203 771 7247
COVID-19: Working through the crisis
Open article: Fiona Dunkley and Felicity Runchman share their experience of supporting organisations in responding to the pandemic. BACP Workplace, July 2020
All things bright and beautiful
Open article: The hours are long, there’s no annual leave or retirement package and you work outdoors in all weathers. Kris Ambler knocks on the doors of rural workers to find out about the mental health of the farming industry. BACP Workplace, April 2020
Better conversations about... Supporting employees with a disabled child
Open article: When an employee has a disabled child, what do employers and those working with them need to know? BACP Workplace, January 2020