48th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychotherapy Research (SPR)


University of Toronto, Victoria College, 73 Queen's Park Crescent, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1K7
The Society for Psychotherapy Research is an international, multidisciplinary scientific association devoted to research on psychotherapy. The society aims at stimulating and improving collaboration, and encouraging the development of research on psychotherapy as well as aims to support and enhance both the empirical basis and applied value of research on psychotherapy. The Society for Psychotherapy Research plays an important role in providing opportunities to psychotherapy researchers and clinicians for interaction and dialogue.

An additionally important goal of SPR is knowledge transfer. SPR plays a central role in communicating our community’s research efforts and products, and ensures the dissemination of research findings through various channels. SPR communicates to practicing psychotherapists in clinical practice through annual research meetings held worldwide, through the Society’s professional journal Psychotherapy Research, through online seminars (webinars), as well as through online forum discussion boards. The ultimate goal held by SPR is, through the research endeavors of her members, to enhance the empirical basis of the effective practice of psychotherapy worldwide.

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