About this Website

RCPR logo Counselling and Psychotherapy Research (CPR) is the BACP's international peer-reviewed journal, disseminating high quality, peer reviewed research into counselling and psychotherapy.

This website aims to help counsellors and psychotherapists get the most out of research. We offer accessible information about both the specific contents of each issue of CPR and wider developments in counselling and psychotherapy research.

If you are a BACP member you have access to all papers published in CPR, back to volume one. To access these, log-in at www.bacp.co.uk using your BACP username and password. In the 'Members Portal' go to the 'BACP Account' section, then scroll down and under 'Online Resources' click on CPR Online.
If you are not a BACP member you can purchase individual papers.  Go to www.tandfonline.com/toc/rcpr20/current



Focus on Research

Clare Symons focuses on Ellie Brown and colleagues' study exploring therapists' and clients' experiences of recording therapy sessions.

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Forthcoming Issue

Clare Symons introduces the next issue of CPR and reflects on how we relate research to our practice.

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CPR's most downloaded articles

Most downloaded articles 2011

Most downloaded articles 2010

BACP members can access all editorials, papers, articles and book reviews published in CPR journal online. You need to log in to the members area of the BACP website first. Go to www.bacp.co.uk and log in. Select Features and under the list Other links click on CPR Online.


View the latest forthcoming articles in CPR through rapid online publication