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Murdin, L. (2009). The Future of the Transference-Based Therapies. Brit. J. Psychother., 25(3):331-342.

(2009). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 25(3):331-342

The Future of the Transference-Based Therapies


Much demonology has grown up round the acronym IAPT. This paper considers the current state of its effect on the discipline in which we practise. The paper sets out the current landscape and begins to address the implications for those who are practising models of psychotherapy other than the cognitive-behavioural model. The outlook may not be a disaster but we need to heed the warnings and gather our thoughts so that we can ensure not only the continued existence of our model but its continued availability for those who need us.

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