Psychologies partnership with the UKCP

Psychologies magazine and Life Labs are now in partnership with the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), giving you an easier way to find the help and guidance you need in your life. Our editor, Suzy Greaves, explains more in this video.

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Click here to visit Life Labs to find content created by UKCP therapists - blog posts, videos, Q&A sessions, etc. - supporting you on a range of issues and enabling you to identify a therapist that meets your needs.

Click here to visit the UKCP website for a comprehensive list of accredited therapists.

UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)

The UKCP is the leading organisation for the education, training, accreditation and regulation of psychotherapists and psychotherapeutic counsellors in the UK. Their 'find a therapist' database gives a comprehensive list of accredited therapists that you can search to locate the therapies you need in the area you live.

Psychologies Lifelabs platform

Life Labs is a blogging platform where world-class Psychologies experts write about everything from productivity and the work/life balance to improving communication in your relationships and connecting more as a couple. Whether you want to discover how to be more productive with Oliver Burkeman or learn how to create loving, healthy relationships with Sarah Abell, Lifelabs provides constant wisdom and inspiration, inspired by the latest cutting edge research.

Join in the conversation about creating a life that works through bog posts, videos, Q&A sessions and comment threads with expert voices.

Suzy Walker

Editor of Psychologies, Psychologies

I am proud to be editor of Psychologies, a magazine that champions, challenges and coaches us to think differently so we can solve our own problems and create a life that nourishes us. Author of Making The Big Leap and The Big Peace, Suzy believes that the secret to happiness is living life to the full right here, right now, committing to a few goals now and again and taking Oscar, the Psychologies dog for a walk round the field when it all gets a bit too much.