Using the site
I cannot find the article I am looking for
If you have completed a keyword search and not found the article you seek, please email what you can recall about the subject, author, date and year to email@example.com or call the BACP Customer Services Department on 01455 883300.
Articles before Sept 2005
Articles pre-dating September 2005 are not currently available online. You can search the index of articles to find what you are looking for, click here
Hard copies can be purchased for £2.75 each. (Pre-payment is required. Minimum credit card transactions are £5. Please make cheques/postal orders payable to BACP). Contact BACP, Customer Services Department, BACP House, 15 St John's Business Park, Lutterworth, Leicestershire, LE17 4HB. Tel 01455 883300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
I cannot login - BACP members
Sorry to hear that. If you are a BACP member registered with www.bacp.co.uk, email email@example.com and we will look into this for you. If you are a BACP member who is not registered with the BACP website, please click on the yellow BACP member login tab (above) to begin this process.
Partially-sighted members of BACP can access the latest journal upon login here
How much do articles cost?
A selection of purchasing options are available, click here for details
BACP members - upon login you will find the majority of articles are freely available to you as a benefit of membership. This includes all articles from the current issue of Therapy Today and all past editorial content, except for features. BACP members can purchase features at discounted rates, click here for details
I have paid for a bundle of articles but don't need them all
Your account will remain in credit for the outstanding number of articles. This means that when you require articles in the future, you can simply log in to access them, upon finding them on the site.
I require only one article
Unfortunately, minimum payment to BACP by credit card is £5. This means we can provide you with a hard copy article for £2.75 upon receipt of pre-payment. (Cheques/postal orders payable to BACP). Contact BACP, Customer Services Department, BACP House, 15 St John's Business Park, Lutterworth, Leicestershire, LE17 4HB.
What if I want some articles from the website, and others predating Sept 2005?
Unfortunately, due to the time-intensive nature of finding, copying and posting articles that predate 2005, the discounted prices apply to online access only. Articles pre-Sept 2005 are available for £2.75 upon receipt of pre-payment. Contact BACP, Customer Services Department, BACP House, 15 St John's Business Park, Lutterworth, Leicestershire, LE17 4HB
Please note: we are looking into providing multiple-user login options and would be interested to learn your requirements to inform our future decisions. To submit feedback, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are having trouble viewing the contents of the site, please email email@example.com explaining the nature of the problem.
Registering with the site (BACP members and non-members)
In future, we plan to produce an e-newsletter for the site. If you would like to signup to receive it, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome your questions, or feedback. Email email@example.com
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If you discover the digital content you have paid for is not what you sought, self-reporting that an item has been deleted from your computer is not accepted by BACP as a de facto reversal of the actual delivery and possession of digital content of value by the user. BACP requires payment for the file and it is therefore non-refundable.
If digital content accessed is found to contain missing parts, you may be refunded or credited by BACP, only after BACP Customer Services staff have been contacted, to:
a) evaluate the file for the reported issue and verify that it is eligible for credit or
b) provide a working replacement in a timely manner
Please note: back up your purchased files to your computer. While links remain active on your TherapyToday.net account, BACP may on occasion remove files from distribution, and/or change the rules for distribution, or otherwise alter the function of fulfilment links. BACP will not be liable for loss of access to content previously downloaded by the user.
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