Counselling and Psychotherapy Research (CPR) is an online journal which links research with real-life practice. It's aimed at practitioners who engage with and have an interest in research at lots of different levels, from the novice to the seasoned researcher.
We're committed to encouraging the best possible research for the benefit of our clients and the widening range of counselling professions, including coaching, mentoring and pastoral care. These guidelines aim to promote and inform good research practice and apply to any quantitative or qualitative research that falls within the Ethical Framework definition of ‘a systematic enquiry or experiment to advance knowledge’.
We commission and publish a range of research documents for our members, other counselling professionals and the public. Listed by topic, these include systematic reviews, research reports, literature or evidence summaries and research guidelines.
Our members' noticeboard can help you find participants for your research study, or provide details of projects and surveys you might like to take part in.
CYP PRN brings together practitioners, researchers and trainers to develop the evidence base and improve the effectiveness of school and community based counselling services for children and young people.
The 2019 BACP Annual Research Conference takes place on 17 and 18 May in Belfast. See the latest details and view our Conference archive.