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.
Counselling and psychotherapy post‐COVID‐19 (open access)
Panos Vostanis, Chance A Bell
The challenges and experiences of psychotherapists working remotely during the coronavirus pandemic (open access)
Alistair Graham McBeath PhD, Simon du Plock PhD, Sofie Bager‐Charleson PhD
Predicting psychological service providers' empowerment in the light of the COVID‐19 pandemic outbreak: A structural equation modelling analysis (open access)
Special section on research methods
Introduction to the Special Section ‘Innovative counselling and psychotherapy research methods’: Defining the future of counselling and psychotherapy research
Ueli Kramer, Ladislav Timulak
Considering methodological integrity in counselling and psychotherapy research
Heidi M Levitt, Zenobia Morrill, Kathleen M Collins
Theoretically informed qualitative psychotherapy research: A primer
Joana Hissa, Ladislav Timulak
Using time‐lagged panel data analysis to study mechanisms of change in psychotherapy research: Methodological recommendations (open access)
Fredrik Falkenström, Nili Solomonov, Julian Rubel
Studying psychotherapy change in narrative terms: The innovative moments method
João Batista, Joana Silva, Carina Magalhães, Helena Ferreira, Pablo Fernández‐Navarro, Miguel M. Gonçalves
Reciprocal language style matching in psychotherapy research
Katie Aafjes‐van Doorn, Lena Müller‐Frommeyer
Integrating clients' moment‐to‐moment ratings into psychotherapy research: A novel approach
Elizabeth A Penix, Joshua K Swift, Wilson T Trusty
The facilitative interpersonal skills method: Difficult psychotherapy moments and appropriate therapist responsiveness
Timothy Anderson, Joshua D Finkelstein, Sarah A Horvath
Idiographic network analysis of discrete mood states prior to treatment
Esther Howe, Hannah G Bosley, Aaron J Fisher
The construction of emotional experience: State‐related emotional awareness and its application to psychotherapy research and practice
Richard D Lane
Integrating core conflictual relationship themes in neurobiological assessment of interpersonal processes in psychotherapy
Loris Grandjean, Hélène Beuchat, Lucien Gyger, Yves de Roten, Jean‐Nicolas Despland, Bogdan Draganski, Ueli Kramer
Exploring the factors affecting child and adolescent psychotherapists' and counsellors' decision‐making in clinical work with parents
Laine Jäderberg, Stephen P Goss, Alistair Graham McBeath
An exploration of the experiences that counsellors have of taking care of their own mental, emotional and spiritual well‐being
Working with suicidal clients: Psychotherapists and allied professionals speak about their experiences
Susan Scupham, Stephen P Goss
Learning and change within person‐centred therapy: Views of expert therapists
Susan Renger, Ann Macaskill, Bill Naylor
How trainee therapists experience resilience: An interpretative phenomenological analysis
Duncan Christopher Roebuck, Kate Reid
Brief research report
The relationship between premarital counselling and marital harmony among families in Lugari, Kakamega County, Kenya
Edward Muluhya Keverenge, Robert C Kipnusu, Prisca Tarus, Jane Karimi
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