Built on a reputation for excellence, the BACP research conference brings together researchers, students, trainers, training providers and practitioners who are working on and interested in the latest counselling and psychotherapy research.
This year we're delighted to be in Belfast, with co-hosts Ulster University and Queens University Belfast. The theme 'Shaping counselling practice and policy: the next 25 years' will explore the influence and impact of research on policy and the services being commissioned.
Along with keynote presentations on trauma and outcome measures, there'll be discussion panels about policy, plus papers, workshops and symposia on children, young people and families, university and college counselling, workplace counselling, social media and more.
Kim de Jong, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology at Leiden University.
Ciaran Mulholland, Consultant Psychiatrist with the Northern Health and Social Care Trust in Northern Ireland.
This two-day conference is structured into strands made up of presentations, papers, symposia and workshops.
Posters will be introduced in one-minute presentations and on display throughout the conference to encourage discussion and questions.
Please see the draft programme so that you can plan your conference experience before the day.
Booking is now open
To book your place for one or both days, complete and return the booking form to:
BACP House, 15 St John's Business Park, Lutterworth, Leicestershire, LE17 4HB.
Unfortunately, we're unable to take online bookings for this conference.
Please download the booking form.
Hilton Belfast, 4 Lanyon Place, Belfast BT1 3LP
For accommodation bookings please go the Hilton Hotel website