Evidence-based practice is likely to dictate standards to which publicly and insurance funded psychotherapy will have to comply in future years. Evidence in the Psychological Therapies examines the meaning of evidence, how standards of good evidence might be established within psychotherapy, and illustrates how evidence could impact on practice across a range of clinical settings. Its contributors comprise academic authorities on the subject of evidence, prominent clinicians and experts who have pioneered evidence-based clinical services and effective methods of audit. Discussing a topic currently central to psychotherapy, Evidence in the Psychological Therapies is essential reading for all psychotherapists (whether in training or practice), psychiatrists, counsellors, psychoanalysts and clinical psychologists. David Allison, Mark Aveline, Chess Denman, Kevin Healy, John D. Jackson, Simon Jakes, Frank Margison, Stirling Moorey, Phil Richardson, Michael Rustin, Paul Sturdee, Digby Tantan, Graham Turpin, James
Chris Mace is senior lecturer at the University of Warwick and consultant psychotherapist, Soth Warwickshire NHS Trust. Stirling Moorey is Consultant Psychiatrist in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry. Bernard Roberts is Consultant Psychotherapist and medical director at Kingston Community NHS Trust.