Effectiveness studies of psychotherapy approaches

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Effectiveness Studies of Psychotherapy Approaches

By Asia Pacific Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy

Free access to these articles via this page is available until 31 January 2021.

This special issue is a collection of seven articles selected from our publications in the past three years. It highlights the theme of evidence-based practice of different psychotherapy approaches or counselling practice. It features psychotherapy approaches and counselling related community work pertaining to mental health issues, community programmes tailored to help people with depressive symptoms and aggressive behaviours, as well as the exploration of some psychotherapy approaches, supported by case studies and experiences of preservice teachers and youth workers.


Asia Pacific Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy aims to provide a lively forum for academic and research papers with a focus on the best practice in the field of counselling and psychotherapy. The journal strives to publish original articles of quality and welcomes authors from Hong Kong, the Asia pacific Region and internationally. APJCP accepts quality psychotherapy related research studies, evidence-based counselling and psychotherapy reports, and book reviews.

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