We publish a regular newsletter, with news about forthcoming courses, members’ activities, resources for psychotherapy and much more. You can access current and past issues of our newsletter here:
- Issue 9 (May 2009)
- Issue 8 (January 2009)
- Issue 7 (October 2008)
- Issue 6 (June 2008)
- Issue 5 (February 2008)
- Issue 4 (November 2007)
- Issue 3 (August 2007)
- Issue 2 (May 2007)
Contemporary Psychotherapy resources
We are delighted to welcome the increasing interest in Contemporary Psychotherapy, and in particular the important work being done at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy in New York.
We also welcome the publication of an attractive and informative e-journal called Contemporary Psychotherapy, based in West London.
Although it does not mention Contemporary Psychotherapy by name, the cover article on Respectful co-existence in action published in Therapy Today, July 2006 (© British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) illustrates the post-schoolist approach which is central to Contemporary Psychotherapy.
A range of other articles containing research and other academic support for the principles of Contemporary Psychotherapy can be found on our Articles page.
Documents from CCP members
These sample documents from CCP members and the BeeLeaf Institute include coursework papers and published articles.
Recovering composure in the presence of an antagonist – a state-recovery strategy – M Appleton, June 2011.
Naranjo’s Gestalt – essay for the Intermediate Contemporary Psychotherapy course, 2011.
Questions in psychotherapeutic discourse: What are they doing? – Mike Shallcross, dissertation for the BeeLeaf Advanced Diploma, December 2010.
Review of Gestalt Therapy – Claudio Naranjo – Angela King, January 2007.
‘Hall of Mirrors’ – a metaphor for mind – Angela King, January 2007.
Brain Friendly Recovery: Is there a Scientific Basis for Treating Addictions with Contemporary Psychotherapy? – Pamela Gawler-Wright, published in Issues in Brains and Behaviour, October 2004.
(Note: Opinions contained in documents on this page are solely those of the authors, and should not be taken to represent the views, expressed or implied, of the Community for Contemporary Psychotherapy.)