Submit a Manuscript to the Journal

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

For a Special Issue on

CBT Training, Supervision and Implementation

Manuscript deadline
24 September 2024

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Special Issue Editor(s)

Sven Alfonsson, Centre for Psychiatry Research, Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
[email protected]

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CBT Training, Supervision and Implementation

Cognitive Behavior Therapy invites researchers, educators, and practitioners in the field of psychotherapy to contribute to a special issue focused on "CBT Training, Supervision and Implementation”. We welcome original research articles, theoretical papers, case studies, and review articles that explore innovative approaches, best practices, and emerging trends in psychotherapy training, supervision and implementation.



Psychotherapy is a dynamic field that continually evolves to meet the changing needs of clients and the broader mental health landscape. Effective training and education are essential to ensure that psychotherapists are well-equipped to provide high-quality, evidence-based care. This special issue aims to shed light on the latest developments in CBT training and education, providing a platform for sharing knowledge and promoting excellence in the field.


Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Innovative Training Models: Explore new training approaches, including online and blended learning, simulation, and technology-assisted training.
  • Cultural Competence: Examine strategies for enhancing cultural competence in psychotherapy training to better serve diverse populations.
  • Experiential learning: The role of experiential learning in psychotherapy education and how it can be integrated in theoretical and clinical courses.
  • Supervision and Feedback: Investigate effective supervision methods and feedback mechanisms for trainees and their impact on therapeutic outcomes.
  • Assessment and Evaluation: Discuss methods for assessing and evaluating the competence and effectiveness of psychotherapy trainees.
  • Integration of Research and Practice: Explore the integration of research findings into psychotherapy training and its implications for evidence-based practice.
  • Interdisciplinary Training: Examine collaborations and interdisciplinary approaches in psychotherapy training, including partnerships with other healthcare disciplines.
  • Continuing Education: Discuss the importance of lifelong learning and continuing education for psychotherapists.
  • Implementation interventions: The evaluation of interventions aiming to implement evidence-based treatment in standard care.

Submission Instructions

Please submit your manuscripts through the journal's online submission system, following the author guidelines available on the journal's website no later than 24 September 2024.

For inquiries and submissions, please contact the guest editors at [email protected]

We look forward to receiving your contributions and fostering a vibrant dialogue on the advancements in psychotherapy training and education. Your research can make a significant impact on improving the quality of mental health care and the development of competent psychotherapists.

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