COVID-19 working - Please note that although our office is closed, you can still contact us by telephone 0330 320 0851 or email

Do not send any postal service mail to us until further notice, as this will not be collected. If you need help with this, please call or email us in the first instance.

COVID-19 Resources

We have been working hard to pull together member resources to help you during this tricky time. Please don’t hesitate to let us know what else we can provide you with. Read our latest statement on COVID-19 issued 20th March.

If you are an accredited member, read our guide to maintaining your practice CPD and clinical supervision.

If you are working towards individual accreditation read our guidance here.

Listen to our special podcast episode of "Let’s Talk About CBT" on managing anxiety relating to coronavirus.

We know that independent practitioners may be under additional pressures and we have released this press statement which you can share with those commissioning your services.

We are concerned about the impact of the Coronavirus Bill on the rights of vulnerable people and we have released a press statement about this

Some ideas from CBT treatments for depression might be useful while self-isolating. Read this article from Andrew Beck and Lucy Maddox to find out more.

We believe CBT principles can be helpful at this time. Read how and feel free to share with your clients: How Can Principles From CBT Help During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Remote working guidance for IAPT therapists can be found on the NHS website: IAPT guide for delivering treatment remotely during the coronavirus pandemic

The National IAPT Programme NHS England & Improvement have kindly given us permission to share these webinars focussing on Health Anxiety and Coronavirus, COVID-19 and BAME mental health, and Obsessional problems in the Coronavirus context.

Guidance for psychological professionals during the pandemic [PDF] has been produced by a range of leading therapy organisations including BABCP

The Covid trauma response group, which includes several BABCP members, has produced this helpful guide for planners of the psychological response to stress experienced by hospital staff associated with COVID:

The World Confederation of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies has issued a newsletter listing resources available around the world in response to the COVID-19 pandemic:

Guidance in how to remotely deliver the NICE recommended cognitive therapies for PTSD, Social Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder that were developed by the OxCADAT team: OxCADAT Guidance

Disorder-specific resources have kindly been shared with us by OXCADAT. Please visit to the links below to view the webinars.

Treating PTSD remotely with cognitive therapy for PTSD

Treating Social Anxiety Disorder remotely with cognitive therapy for SAD

Traumatic Bereavement

Guidance on treating eating disorders remotely have been developed by specialist BABCP members and are available here.