1980 - H Gwynne Jones
Elected as a Fellow of BABCP for his outstanding services and achievements in behaviour therapy.
He was a founder member and Chair of the BABP.
1984 - William Yule and Ray Hodgson
Elected for their services as Editors to the Journal. They are founder members of the BABP.
1985 - Howard Lomas
Elected for his outstanding service to the Association. He is a founder member.
1985 - Rod Holland
Elected for his outstanding service to the Association. He joined in 1977.
1988 - Andrew Matthews
Elected for the organisation of a very successful World Congress in Edinburgh. He is a founder member of BABP
1988 - Nick Tarrier
Elected for the organisation of a very successful World Congress in Edinburgh. He joined in 1979.
1989 - Desmond Poole
Elected for services as editor to the Journal. He joined BABP in 1981.
1997 - Laurence Burns
Elected on his retirement for services to BABCP and EABCT for which he was Secretary of each. He is a founder member.
1998 - Isaac Marks
Elected for his outstanding contribution to behaviour therapy. He is a founder member.
1998 - Aaron Beck
Elected for his outstanding contribution to Cognitive Therapy. He joined BABCP in 1984.
2008 - Philip Tata
Elected for his outstanding contribution to BABCP conference.
2011 - Amanda Cole
Elected in recognition of her distinguished service to the Association and the CBT community.
Her leadership in Accreditation has ensured that BABCP continues to set high, world class standards
and raise the quality threshold for CBT. Amanda (Mandy) is also the first woman to become an Honorary
Fellow in BABCP.
2011 – Francis Lillie
Elected in recognition of his loyal and effective service to BABCP, which he co-founded,
representing it within many arenas and enhancing the status and effectiveness of CBT across
the health service and beyond.
2013 – Professor Christopher Williams
Elected for his sustained outstanding contribution to CBT domestically and
internationally over a distinguished career. Professor Williams
is also a past BABCP President and contributed to numerous BABCP
committees including the Communications Strategy Committee and
the committees overseeing both BABCP journals, BCP and tCBT.
2013 - Dr Melanie Fennel
Dr Fennel was elected following a career in CBT spanning nearly 40
years where her innovative approach and accomplishments are
widely respected in this country and abroad. Dr Fennel also
helped develop the training and supervision criteria for