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.

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Coming in the December 2020 issue, published 26 November:

  • the year in review – assessing the legacy of 2020
  • family constellations and surrogate perception
  • coming to terms with personal grief as a therapist
  • working safely with suicide risk online
  • the pros and cons of self-disclosure
  • therapy for every body – overcoming disability bias

Therapy Today is published 10 times a year (every month apart from January and August). 

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Contact the editor, Sally Brown, at sally.brown@thinkpublishing.co.uk

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