CBT Today

CBT Today is the official magazine of the British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies, the lead organisation for CBT in the UK. The magazine is published four times a year, is posted free to all members and can be downloaded from our website.

CBT Today September 2016

CBT Today April 2016

Inside this issue

- President’s message

- Situating Low Intensity CBT in today’s society

- Something’s got to give

- Obituary - Dr Joan Kirk

- Good medicine

CBT Today April 2016

CBT Today February 2016

Inside this issue

- New year, new President

- 2016 Conference information

- IAPT services co-ordinate to help those affected by the Shoreham Disaster

- Providing care with a personality disorder

- News item

- Obituary - Dr Toni Whitehead

CBT Today February 2016

CBT Today November 2015

Inside this issue

- Prescribing prose, not Prozac

- Establishing Guided Self-Help Groups

- Accreditation matters

- Retaining PWPs

- Introducing the BABCP Equality & Culture Special Interest Group

- Equality for mental health spending - an open letter

- Helping young people with chronic illness

CBT Today November 2015

CBT Today September 2015

Inside this issue

- ‘Coercive’ therapy proposals for job centres

- Prestigious award for Guernsey CBT therapists

- Healing hidden wounds

- Message from the President

- Unmissable opportunity

CBT Today September 2015

CBT Today May 2015

Inside this issue

- 2015 Conference season

- Helping men to talk about their 'State of Mind'

- Intensive training for PWPs

- Graphic approach to CBT

- Television first in Ireland

CBT Today May 2015

CBT Today March 2015

Inside this issue

- 2015 Conference season

- More than a Dream

- Telling tales in CBT

- No more ‘Bonkers Bruno’

- A mind to torture

CBT Today March 2015

CBT Today December 2014

Inside this issue

- BABCP, CBT and public involvement

- Collaborative solutions for children’s CBT

- Why we proposed the motion

CBT Today December 2014

CBT Today September 2014

Inside this issue

- 10k membership milestone passed

- New era for Branches and Special Interest Groups

CBT Today September 2014

New Era Supplement

CBT Today May 2014

Inside this issue

- BABCP member backs therapy revolution in Ukraine

- Inaugural CBT4Wales event

CBT Today May 2014

CBT Today February 2014

Inside this issue

- The women's room

- Modern Mindfulness

- Advancing pan-African CBT

CBT Today February 2014

Accreditation Supplement

Managing Editor:

Peter Elliott

CBT Today is the official magazine of the British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies, the lead organisation for CBT in the UK and Ireland. The magazine is published four times a year and posted free to all members. Back issues can be downloaded from www.babcp.com/cbttoday

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Unsolicited articles should be emailed as Word attachments to editorial@babcp.com. Publication cannot be guaranteed.

An unsolicited article should be approximately 500 words written in magazine (not academic journal) style. Longer articles will be accepted by prior agreement only.

In the first instance, potential contributors are advised to send a brief outline of the proposed article for a decision in principle.

The Editors reserve the right to edit any article submitted, including where copyright is owned by a third party


The views and opinions expressed in this issue of CBT Today are those of the individual contributors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of BABCP, its Trustees or employees.


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