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New Psychotherapist magazine to relaunch this summer

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Redactive has started working with the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) to redesign its official magazine New Psychotherapist.

Published three times a year, the title plays a vital role communicating the overarching benefits of psychotherapy. Its thought-provoking content examines psychotherapeutic connections in everyday life, helping to position UKCP as the leading research, innovation, educational and regulatory body working to advance psychotherapies for the benefit of all.

As well as being sent to all UKCP members, New Psychotherapist is distributed to politicians, influencers and national news desks in a digital format. The redesign aligns with the organisation’s goal to ensure its magazine engages with audiences within the psychotherapy world – and beyond.

Deniz Arslan, Redactive Account Manager, comments: ‘UKCP is a fascinating organisation to be working with, and the team is raring to take on the challenge of the unique creative proposition New Psychotherapist presents. We are confident our experience in the healthcare sector and award-winning design credentials will bring the new-look magazine the attention its content deserves.’

UKCP is the leading organisation for psychotherapists and psychotherapeutic counsellors in the UK. Alongside offering professional support for members, it regulates the profession and wants to see mental and emotional wellness fully realised as a human right.

We want New Psychotherapist to be an influential, authoritative and informative resource for our members. We’re excited to be working with the Redactive team to bring this goal to life with a new, more contemporary design.

Emily Bridges

head of content & Engagement, UKCP

Redactive is also now contracted to handle advertising sales for New Psychotherapist magazine. Enquiries should be directed to: telephone: 020 7880 7631; email: [email protected]

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