CPR is published by Wiley and indexed on PsycINFO. It is available online only and is free for BACP members on the Wiley online library.
It is edited by Professor Panos Vostanis and overseen by the CPR editorial board, which provides strategic direction.
The September 2018 issue includes:
Humanistic‐experiential therapies in the treatment of generalised anxiety: A perspective
First‐line therapy for post‐traumatic stress disorder: A systematic review of cognitive behavioural therapy and psychodynamic approaches (open access)
Emma Paintain, Simon Cassidy
Patients' experiences of cognitive behavioural therapy and eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing as treatments for obsessive‐compulsive disorder
Zoe Marsden, Alexander Teahan, Karina Lovell, David Blore, Jaime Delgadillo
‘Nobody else can lead your life’: What adolescents need from psychotherapists in change processes
Kristina O. Lavik, Marius Veseth, Helga, Frøysa, Per-Einer Binder, Christian Moltu
Bridging the gap between cognitive and interpersonal variables in depression
Debora A. D'Iuso, Keith S. Dobson, Kia Watkins-Martin, Leah Beaulieu, Martin Drapeau
Complementarity patterns in cognitive therapy for major depressive disorder
Katherine Thompson, Deborah Schwartzman, Debora Dluso, Keith S. Dobson, Martin Drapeau
Personal background, motivation and interpersonal style of psychotherapy trainees having different theoretical orientations: An Italian contribution to an international collaborative study on psychotherapy training
Irene Messina, Omar C.G. Gelo, Salvo, Gullo, Marco Sambin, Andrea Mosconi, Antonio Fenelli, Marcello Curto, David Orlinsky
Perceptions of educational counselling for teachers on personal and professional matters: The case of Arab teachers in Israel
Khaled Abu Asbah, Rima’a Da’as
'Everyone should do it’: Client experience of a 12‐week dialectical behaviour therapy group programme – An interpretative phenomenological analysis
Jasmine Childs‐Fegredo, Lisa Fellin
The forgotten emotion: An investigation into the lived experience of anger in young men
Mad or Bad? A Critical Approach to Counselling and Forensic Psychology
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