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Joint Manifesto Submission for UK General Elections 2019

As part of the NICE Guidelines Stakeholder Coalition, SPR UK has called on the next UK Government to deliver a full range of psychological therapies to all individuals accessing mental health services across the UK at all times that both provide a realistic opportunity for shared decision making and patient preference.
The full submission can be accessed here.
The list of participating organisations and positon statement of the stakeholder coalition here.

Submission: 51st International Annual Meeting

Submissions are now being accepted - submit online: https://www.mymeetingsavvy.com/spr

Early bird renewal for 2020

The early bird renewal period for 2020 dues has opened. Renew early and save $20 usd on your dues. When you renew your dues, please take some time to enjoy some of your membership benefits, including electronic access to current and past issues of Psychotherapy Research, webinars, and special interest group discussions. Renew now at www.psychotherapyresearch.org

Closed Facebook group

The ComCom has created a new communication way for the SPR members. The idea is to generate an informal space/sounding board to get feedback about clients or research and other interest for members. The link to access at the Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2464287423678514/

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25th Anniversary of Psychotherapy Research

Current and incoming Editors talk about
Psychotherapy Research over the 25 years of publication
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Journal news! We have FOUR open access articles from the 2018 issue of Psychotherapy Research (see below for links to all articles):

A relational perspective on the association between working alliance and treatment outcome by Carl-Johan Uckelstam, Rolf Holmqvist, Björn Philips & Fredrik Falkenström

Daily dynamic assessment and modelling of intersession processes in ambulatory psychotherapy: A proof of concept study by Tim Kaiser & Anton-Rupert Laireiter

"It was like having half of the patient in therapy": Therapists of nonimproved patients looking back on their work by Andrzej Werbart, Camilla von Below, Karin Engqvist & Sofia Lind

Implementation of transdiagnostic treatment for emotional disorders in residential eating disorder programs: A preliminary pre-post evaluation by Heather Thompson-Brenner, James F. Boswell, Hallie Espel-Huynh, Gayle Brooks & Michael R. Lowe


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6/17/2020 » 6/20/2020
51st International Annual Meeting June 17-20, 2020 in Amherst, Mass, USA

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