Written by and for practitioners, researchers, educationalists and academics, Therapy Today includes critical and reflective thinking on counselling and psychotherapy in their political and social contexts. We publish articles on topics crossing the breadth of counselling and psychotherapy practice, modalities and theoretical approaches.
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Therapy Today is published 10 times a year (every month apart from January and August).
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Letters are published at the editor's discretion and her decision is final. Please try to keep your letters to 500 words maximum. We may need to cut your letters, and they will be edited to house style.
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