Special Issue for the Cognitive Behaviour Therapist — Advances in Digital CBT
(Guest Edited by Graham Thew, Heather Hadjistavropoulos and Alexander Rozental)
The use of digital methods to support and enhance clinical practice has been advancing rapidly both prior to and as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. This special issue aims to highlight examples of best practice, innovative approaches, and clinical guidance, linked to the use and evaluation of digital methods in all areas of CBT practice, including assessment, formulation, intervention, supervision, training, and service delivery. We hope the special issue will serve to assist practitioners, researchers, and services as they continue to develop and enhance the use of digital approaches in all aspects of their CBT work.
We encourage submissions of any tCBT article type. We particularly welcome submissions relating to work with children and young people, older adults, and people from underrepresented groups. In the spirit of digital innovation, we are also encouraging the use of non-traditional formats (e.g., video, audio, presentation slides, session transcripts etc.) to support a manuscript submission. Please contact the Journal Managing Editor for further information if you are considering using a non-traditional format in your submission at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see the Instructions for Authors at https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/the-cognitive-behaviour-therapist/information/instructions-contributors
Closing date for submissions is end of October 2021 with an aimed for publication in Spring 2022.
If you are unsure whether your submission is within the remit of the special issue please email email@example.com