For 25 years, the BACP Research Conference has been a place where researchers and practitioners come together to exchange ideas on important research findings, presented in open discussion with constructive critical debate and helpful dialogue. The conference fosters a climate where all are welcome to share in both the learning and social experience.
Over this time the conference has been attended by representatives - both presenters and delegates - from 23 countries, making it a truly international event.
BACP 26th Annual Research Conference 2020
'Keeping clients at the centre of research and policy'
Our next research conference will be held on 14 to 16 May 2020 in Bristol, co-hosted by the University of the West of England.
There will be a mix of research papers, discussion papers, methods workshops, rapid papers, posters and symposia, across all methodological perspectives and all theoretical orientations, from students, practitioners and experienced researchers.
14 May (6pm)
Dr Jeannette Roddy, Dr Linda Dubrow-Marshall, Dr Rod Dubrow-Marshall, Leigh Gardner and David Jarvis:
Taking research from concept to counselling practice: building on foundations
Dr Nick Midgley, University College London:
What can therapists learn from a randomised controlled trial? The case of the IMPACT study
Professor Lynne Angus, York University, Toronto:
Research-supported principles of change and Humanistic Psychotherapy: Implications for enhancing innovative practice and treatment outcomes