Therapy Today aims to be a source of knowledge, information, support and inspiration for counsellors, psychotherapists and coaches of all modalities. Every issue includes critical and reflective thinking and lively debate written by and for practitioners, researchers, educationalists and academics.
It is also an important and respected platform for practitioners to share their views and their experiences of working. We publish articles from members, academics, authors and researchers on a wide range of topics covering practice, modalities and theoretical approaches. We also commission specialist journalists to explore key issues that impact the profession, to keep readers informed of current trends and thinking.
If you're a BACP member, you receive a printed copy of each issue delivered to your door. You also get access to the online archive as part of your membership. Use the search bar to find relevant articles on a particular topic. You don't need to buy a subscription - just log in to access the content.
Non-members can subscribe to online and printed copies. Please use the log in to purchase link above to create an account and subscribe.
Why pronouns matter
Luan Baines-Ball asks whether therapists have really embraced gender diversity. Therapy Today, March 2021
The big issue: Mapping the future
Open article: Catherine Jackson explores the historical context of today’s SCoPEd initiative and what it can teach us. Therapy Today, March 2021
The big interview: Gary Bloom
Catherine Jackson interviews Gary Bloom, psychotherapist to Oxford United. Therapy Today, March 2021
Coming in the April issue...
- Irvin Yalom on life after grief
- lockdown and domestic violence
- working with client preferences
- counselling for people with dementia
- sharing poetry in the therapy room
- personal growth after breakdown
Therapy Today is published 10 times a year (every month apart from January and August).
We welcome your feedback on Therapy Today. Letters should be sent to the editor at email@example.com. State clearly that your letter is for publication and include the name and professional title you would like used. Please keep your letters to 500 words maximum. Letters are published at the editor's discretion and may be edited.
If you would like to review books for Therapy Today, please email details of your expertise and areas of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sally Brown, Editor, Therapy Today
Display and classified advertisements are available in a variety of sizes and packages. To book space or to discuss advertising opportunities, please contact:
0203 771 7247