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Therapy Today

Therapy Today is our flagship professional journal. Published 10 times a year, it is the most widely read professional journal for counsellors and psychotherapists in the UK. It also has a strong international presence.

The journal is highly valued by academics, educationalists and grassroots practitioners seeking to share their work with their professional peers.

It publishes a core of feature articles on topics crossing the breadth of counselling and psychotherapy modalities and theoretical approaches, a monthly international section, new book reviews, the latest news and research findings, topical news features, monthly opinion and readers' views columns, and letters pages.

Click Browse to access downloadable PDFs of every issue published from 2010. Online access to the noticeboard facility is not currently available. If you are a BACP member and are trying to trace an article from a back issue, please email your request to and we will do our best to help you. This service isn't available to non-members. We aim to send you the article within five working days, and sooner if at all possible.

BACP members receive a hard copy of Therapy Today every month as part of their membership. If you are a non-member and would like to receive Therapy Today, or if you would like to contribute an article, book review or letter to the journal, go to our Contribute page. If you are looking to fill a job vacancy or promote a training course, event or service, go to our Advertise pages to find out how to get your message across to over 43,000* BACP members and subscribers.

ISSN: 1748-7846

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*Therapy Today ABC Figure – 43,903 (January to December 2015)