This website uses cookies. By continuing to browse you are agreeing to our use of cookies, which you can read more about here.
Your Cart
TherapyToday Extra

The latest news: updated 20 October

Too few mothers get help for perinatal depression
Government sets waiting time targets for talking therapies
Physical activity linked to lower depression risk
Reading Well scheme reports first year success
 Read more

Behind the pictures

Eva Bee describes the inspirations behind her illustrations for the October issue Read more

Further reading

From the archive

In an article from 2007, Clive Carswell explores how counselling can reduce university drop-out Read more

BACP's other journals

In addition to Therapy Today, BACP produces eight quarterly journals for specific sectors in counselling and psychotherapy. Read more about these journals and find out how you can subscribe or become a member of a division Read more

Inside latest issue

News feature: Bringing death back into our lives

Catherine Jackson previews Kicking the Bucket, a festival of living and dying that aims to challenge our fears about engaging with death Read more

Talking point: We need courageous conversations

Jackee Holder says that the counselling profession still doesn’t recognise the reality of racism and its impact on black people’s experience Read more

Dilemmas: The dangers of dual relationships

Jim has a client, Indy, whom he has been seeing for a couple of months. In their next session, it transpires that Indy has been offered the job as manager of the project that Jim has been appointed to. What should Jim do? Read more

A story of falling

A near-fatal walking accident has given Alistair Ross a new appreciation of his own vulnerability and that of his clients Read more

Student–tutor conflict in counsellor training

Jayne Godward finds it can be hard for counselling tutors to manage the expectations of students and their institutions Read more

The changing role of the university counselling service

Clare Pointon looks at how university counselling services are facing increasing demand and more complex client needs Read more noticeboard


Find a supervisor or supervision group in your local area or online Read more


Find a placement in your local area on the placements noticeboard Read more


Help students with their studies by participating in their research Read more

Networking groups

Find a networking group to join in your local area Read more reviews

The Lunchbox

Chris Rose reviews the DVD The Lunchbox, directed by Ritesh Batra Read more


Rachael Peacock reviews the film Lilting, written and directed by Hong Khaou Read more

August: Osage County

Jude Fowler reviews the DVD August: Osage Country, directed by John Wells Read more