Academic journal article Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy

Editor's Corner

Academic journal article Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy

Editor's Corner

Article excerpt

As I write this, the World Congress of Cognitive Therapy in Toronto has just ended. I am sure that those of you fortunate enough to have attended will agree with me that it was an exciting and professionally stimulating conference. Particularly entertaining was Don Meichenbaum's banquet speech, in which he traced the lineage of Cognitive Behavior Modification to his mother, Flo Meichenbaum!

The 1995 World Congress, to be held in Copenhagen, is already in the planning stages. Irene Oestrich, the Planning Coordinator, is hard at work to ensure the most successful World Congress ever. This congress will be held in conjunction with the World Congress on Behavior Therapy, so that professionals interested in both fields can attend both without extra travel. I urge all of you to make plans now to submit papers and to attend.

The first-ever meeting of the Editorial Board was held at the World Congress. Several excellent ideas were offered, one of which is contained in this issue. Some readers of the journal whose native language is not English may have hesitated to submit manuscripts either because of embarrassment about possibly awkward English or lack of translation capability. …

Search by... Author
Show... All Results Primary Sources Peer-reviewed

Oops!

An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while.