About our January issue

The pieces in this issue offer a snapshot of therapeutic work in a pandemic. Chaplain, Sue Anson, talks about supporting hospital patients on wards, giving a powerful, personal account of this multifaceted role and the place that faith holds within it.

Karen Rawden, shares a simultaneously personal and professional encounter with the virus and unpacks its spiritual significance from a psychosynthesis perspective. She explains that authenticity and vulnerability are required in order to connect with something much deeper. 

The self-care practices that Paul Golightly introduces are designed to facilitate that connection with self. They are simple and can be slotted into the working day. Robin and Joan Shohet also provide a timely reminder that supervision should be a place to go for spiritual sustenance: somewhere to sort through the worldly, fear-driven ‘stuff’ that gets in the way of authentic connection.

Amy McCormack

Amy McCormack, Editor, Thresholds

About Thresholds

Thresholds takes an inclusive approach to spirituality in order to represent the diversity of its readership. Articles include personal and professional experiences and perspectives, exploration and discussion, research, and projects demonstrating learning and good practice. The journal also provides a platform for the sharing of professional knowledge and networking.

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Thresholds is published in January, April, July and October.

If you're a member of BACP Spirituality division, you'll receive a printed copy of the journal and access to the online archive as part of your divisional membership fee.

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Previous issues

Members and subscribers can access online articles and pdfs of previous issues going back to 2009 from the Thresholds archive.

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If you would like to submit an article for Thresholds, please contact the editor, Amy McCormack, at thresholds.editorial@bacp.co.uk

Articles should be a maximum of 2,200 words, including references. Please keep the audience in mind. Thresholds’ readers include members of BACP Spirituality, subscribers, and a wide variety of organisations. Many are counsellors and psychotherapists, but not all. Many have a faith commitment, but not all. Avoid assuming readers share your assumptions or beliefs – ‘As Christians, Muslims, Pagans, we...’ – or using language specific to one spiritual or therapeutic tradition, without explaining your terms.

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