Cognitive-Behavioural Analysis System of
Special Interest Group
Widen members’ knowledge and understanding of the unique challenges
facing patients and therapist working with Chronic Depression, and the
unique way in which CBASP addresses these challenges.
Provide members with training opportunities in order to become familiar
with the CBASP model and the specific methods related to delivering the
approach to patients ranging from late teenage to older adult populations.
Provide group, individual and peer supervision and training opportunities,
in accordance with the guidelines and professional standards of BABCP.
Disseminate information relating to the evidence base of CBASP, with
reference to local, national and international research.
Establish a cohort of therapists who are proficient in the delivery of CBASP
and would be able to contribute to future research and evaluation of the
efficacy of CBASP in clinical practice in the UK.
The CBASP Special Interest Group is free to join if you are a BABCP member.
For more information, including how to join, please email email@example.com.