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(2019). Evidence-based psychoanalytic case study-prize. Psychoanal. Psychother., 33(3):226-230.

(2019). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 33(3):226-230

Evidence-based psychoanalytic case study-prize

The Association for Child Psychotherapy (ACP) & Association for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (APP) offer two annual prizes for:

1.   The best research proposals for an evidence-based psychoanalytic case study (two prizes @ £250)

2.   An evidence-based psychoanalytic case study carried out to a research plan and accepted for publication in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and/or The Journal of Child Psychotherapy (£1500)

Competition 1: Case Study Research Proposals

Submissions for research proposals should contain a research plan that meets the criteria below. Entries that do not meet the criteria will be returned with advice about how to re-submit, if so wished.

Competition 2: Evidence-Based (Empirical) Psychoanalytic Case Studies

To be eligible for the second-stage prize (£1500), the proposal must either have been approved at the first stage (it does not have to be a winner) or ensure it meets the essential criteria below. If the former, the case study must be completed and accepted for publication within 4 years of initial entry at the first stage.

Who can enter & how?

Both competitions are open to all ACP & APP members, as this is a Joint Prize. However, we want to encourage others to enter. Therefore, anyone who is not an ACP or APP member can pay an entry fee of £40, which entitles them to APP membership for 1 year, with access to both Journals. USA, European or International practitioners can enter via entry fee. Group entries are via membership/entry fee. Trainees can enter. (All existing ACP/APP members do not need to pay any entry fee.) Entries should be submitted at any time to the Prize Chair (therapy@practice.demon.co.uk). Award of prize winners will be announced at the Annual Phil Richardson Memorial Research Lecture.

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