Each edition of The Psychotherapist looks at a particular theme within psychotherapy or a topic with a psychotherapeutic angle. It offers members opportunities to share best practice, share developments likely to impact on their practice and encourage spirited debates between members or discuss views on professional practice and topical issues.
The Psychotherapist is published three times a year – spring, summer and autumn. You can download the latest issue here.
There are a number of ways members can contribute to an issue:
Submit an article
If you are interested in submitting an article, we can offer you guidance. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and deadlines.
Review a book
If you would like to review a book for UKCP you can:
- review a book you’ve already read which is relevant to our readers
If you are a publisher or an author and you would like your book reviewed, please send it to Sandra Scott, UKCP, 2nd Floor, Edward House, 2 Wakley Street, London EC1V 7LT.
Apply to be a guest editor
Editing the feature section of an issue of The Psychotherapist allows you to explore a theme you are passionate about and share it with others. As a guest editor you will determine the theme of an issue and source and commission authors based on your theme.
If you are interested in becoming a guest editor, we can offer guidance in developing a proposal to submit to the board. Get in touch at email@example.com for more information.
Please note that any contributions to the magazine are subject to approval and acceptance by the Editorial Board.
Become an advertiser
Advertise from as little as £160 per issue. Find out more about advertising in The Psychotherapist.
Not a member but want to receive copies?
If you are a student and want to subscribe, you may be interested in UKCP student membership. It’s free and you would receive all the benefits of that level of membership. Find out more about UKCP membership types.
Meet the editorial board
The Psychotherapist Editorial Board oversees the production of The Psychotherapist. They will:
- agree a rolling programme of themes for future issues
- consider proposals from prospective guest editors and, where necessary, invites individuals to serve as guest editors to cover particular themes
- develop proposals for future developments in terms of themes, content, presentation and promotion of the magazine.
Editorial board members:
Sandra Scott, Chair
Mary MacCallum Sullivan