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  • ISSN: 1754-470X (Online)
  • Editor: Dr Richard Thwaites North Cumbria Talking Therapies, Cumbria, UK
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the Cognitive Behaviour Therapist is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, online practitioner journal for CBT therapists, supervisors, and trainers. It features a range of papers, including practice-focused articles detailing clinical interventions, research reports concerning the practice of cognitive behaviour therapy, case reports, audits relevant to practice, and reviews of clinical scales. The journal also publishes papers with an education, training, or supervision focus, as well as literature reviews directly relevant to CBT practitioners. The key requirement for papers is that they contribute to the theory, practice and evolution of CBT. Its electronic format ensures timely publication, facilitating professional debate.

tCBT is keen to contribute to increased inclusivity and progress towards equity within the field of CBT. It therefore welcomes submissions on topics that impact on practitioners and patients from minoritised identities (such as, but not limited to, sexuality, gender, ethnicity). We encourage all authors and reviewers to support the journal’s aims by considering inclusivity of people with minoritised identities within submissions where appropriate. This could for example be discussion of the ethnicities of research participants, reference to specific issues that may be relevant for people from minoritised groups within clinical guidance papers or acknowledgement of gaps in our knowledge.

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