Book to attend online - Friday 20 May 2022

Important information about this event

This hybrid event will take place in Dundee in person on Thursday 19 May and Friday 20 May, and online on Friday 20 May. This page is for online bookings for Friday 20 May only.

You can choose any combination of booking you prefer. Decide whether to attend online, in person or a combination of both. You can process each part of your booking separately, or visit each booking page to add each part to your cart, then check out to process your booking in one transaction. See below for more information on booking.

Book to attend:

Please note, all booking options for this event, whether you're booking to attend in person or online, include access to a three month on-demand service providing you with access to the recordings from the online livestream programme (see 'programme' below).

This event is co-hosted by:

Abertay University

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Event sponsors:

Impact North

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Your booking includes - attending online

Access to:

  • two strands of presentation content including 3 keynote presentations, research papers and closing plenary discussion
  • dedicated live Q&A sessions after each presentation where our webcast hosts will discuss key themes with presenters
  • the opportunity to watch all keynote presentations and choose 5 additional presentations to watch live - there's no need to choose your sessions at the point of booking as you'll be able to decide on the day
  • the opportunity to network with your peers via online chatroom
  • an on-demand service so you can catch up on all the presentations and and Q&A sessions included as part of the livestream, plus additional research paper presentations. View the content an unlimited number of times, 24 hours a day from 12.00pm on Thursday 26 May 2022 until 11.30pm on Friday 26 August 2022.
  • CPD certificate download
  • selected presentation slides

Keynote presentations from:

  • Professor Heidi Levitt (University of Massachusetts) discusses processes of healing from heterosexist and transphobic events
  • Dr Dwight Turner discusses intersections of otherness and privilege in counselling and psychotherapy


The livestream will begin at 9.00am and will finish at 4.30pm on Friday 20 May.

View the draft Research conference 2022 online only programme. Please note, the programme is subject to change.


We can only take online bookings. Please book your place by clicking on the 'To book a place' pink box at the top of the web page.

If you are a BACP Member:

  • login to your account
  • add the conference to cart
  • proceed to payment

If you are not a BACP member you will need to create an account.

This can be done by:

  • clicking on the 'To book a place' pink box at the top of the web page,
  • sign up and create an account
  • add the conference to your cart
  • proceed to payment

To find out more about this event, visit the Research page