Welcome to Contemporary Psychotherapy. With the professional community of psychotherapists and counsellors in mind, Contemporary Psychotherapy aims to be progressive, inquiring and creative, to encourage interactive debate with its international readership and to address rather than avoid the possibly contentious.
Our Latest Issue
- All change: the impact of restructuring, redundancy and change in the workplace: Fiona Dunkley & Felicity Runchman
- An argument in favour of face-to-face therapy over telephone treatment: Beth Glanville
- Reclaiming menopause from the medics: Paula Maddison
- Text, transition and transference: text-based online counselling for young people: Felicity Runchman
A new year, a new decade, and another new issue of Contemporary Psychotherapy.
Included on every page of this issue is a link to a short survey which we would love for you to complete. Currently the communication is relatively one-way via this page, and we want to try and make our contact with our readers more relational. As things stand we are trying to re-position ourselves in a post-modern world, but we need more contributors, and we need to understand you and what you want. Without this feedback we cannot know how any non-editorial board feel about what we do.
We want to thank Anita Gaspar for her time and commitment on the Board as she steps back to give space to her other pursuits. As with everybody involved in Contemporary Psychotherapy...