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ICCP 2014 in Hong Kong is quickly approaching!


8th International Congress of Cognitive




ICCP 2014

24-27 June 2014

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition


1 Expo Drive, Wanchai, Hong Kong


The 8th annual International Congress of Cognitive Psychotherapy (ICCP) 2014 conference is currently accepting paper submissions.  Please click the link above to visit the conference website and submission portal.

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Aaron T Beck             Lata McGinn        Keith Dobson          Lynn McFarr        Frank Dattilio   Mehmet Sungur     John Riskind       Stefan Hofmann
Honorary President                       President                             Past-President                      Interim                                       Members-at-Large                                     Journal Editor                 President-elect   







Dear IACP Member, 

The International Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy (IACP) is a world leader in membership-based cognitive and cognitive-behavioral therapy associations. Our journal International Journal of Cognitive Therapy (IJCT) (published by Guilford Press) offers members the opportunity to keep up with the latest developments in CBT while our triennial world conferences offer members the opportunity to meet and network with CBT therapists around the world and learn about the latest developments in CBT from our most eminent world leaders in CBT. IACP also publishes a quarterly newsletter, offers exciting opportunities for training, along with a series of other members’ benefits including the option for members to list themselves in IACP’s international therapist referral directory and become more active in the world-wide IACP community by serving as an IACP international delegate. Please join now to receive these and other member benefits.

As president of IACP, my mission over the next three years will be to increase IACP’s presence throughout the world and to disseminate CBT, particularly in regions of the world where CBT is under-represented. We now offer a discounted membership rate for individuals who reside in economically disadvantaged regions of the world and hope to disseminate CBT to members who do not have resources available within their country. As president, I also hope to increase mutual and respectful dialogue between CBT communities throughout the world and to help increase our understanding of the unique cultural context of each of our represented countries. I hope that our current members will become more active in the IACP community and help us toward this mission.

I want to thank the IACP members for giving me the opportunity to serve IACP over the next three years. I look forward to serving you and sincerely hope to see you at our next conference (Hong Kong, 2014). If you are not a member and would like to join, please click here. If you are a member and would like to become more involved, or if you simply have questions about your membership, please contact us at iacpmembership@yahoo.com 




     Lata K. McGinn, Ph.D.


     President, International Association of Cognitive Psychotherapy (IACP)





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