Counselling as a career
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Events » View more counselling events
Training days, conferences and exhibitions covering a broad spectrum of topics for the interest of those people in the counselling and psychotherapy field.
Private Practice Network Meeting, London24 November 2017
Certificate of Proficiency Assessments » View more CoP dates
The route to registration for current MBACP and Individual Members who have not completed a BACP accredited course.
Manchester 06/12 AM session6 December 2017
Manchester 07/12 AM session7 December 2017
Manchester 7/12 PM session7 December 2017
Manchester 08/12 AM session8 December 2017
Glasgow 15/12 AM session15 December 2017
Jobs Online » View more counselling jobs
Providing access to the latest counselling and psychotherapy vacancies for anyone in search of employment within the field.
Psychological TherapistCloses: 21 November 2017
Student Counsellor - p/t, maternity coverCloses: 23 November 2017
Clinical Manager (C&YP Service)Closes: 24 November 2017
Mental Health Team LeadCloses: 24 November 2017
Clinical Psychologist & Family TherapistCloses: 24 November 2017
Please note: You must be a BACP member to view full job details.
TherapyToday.net » View TherapyToday.net online
Therapy Today is the flagship professional journal of BACP. The journal contains informative, authoritative articles on all aspects of counselling and psychotherapy, along with regular features such as columns, news, questionnaires, dilemmas, the latest research studies, reviews and readers' letters.
Published ten times a year, Therapy Today is mailed out free of charge to every member of BACP. You can also subscribe to the journal.
CPR Journal » View the CPR Journal online
Now indexed on PsycINFO, the CPR Journal is a peer reviewed, quarterly, international journal that is circulated to around 40,000 BACP members and subscribers.
Counselling and Psychotherapy Research journal's website, features digests of research papers, research news and advance information on the next issue of CPR.
Exclusive to the site is an easy to navigate glossary of research terms, book reviews and specially commissioned content that helps practitioners link research with practice.
The new design aims to improve readability, accessibility on mobile devices and allow you to find the information you are looking for much more easily. We would be delighted to receive any ideas or comments you might have for what you want from the new site in terms of content, design or functionality.