BACP members - Are you seeking funding for research?
Apply for a BACP research grant
BACP is inviting applications for the 2014 round of seedcorn funding for new and innovative research in counselling and psychotherapy. The seedcorn funding is worth up to £5,000 and is intended to support BACP members to undertake either a pilot project that could lead to a larger study or a small-scale study that can be completed within that budget. Any BACP member is eligible. BACP is especially keen to receive research proposals from practitioners.
Please note that BACP Seed Corn Funding will not be allocated to cover the costs of a PhD.
Applying for seedcorn funding. Deadline 5pm 8 November 2013
Applicants will need to complete the application form providing a detailed plan of their proposed research, explaining what the research question is, why it is important, and the methods they will use to address the question. Entries will be peer reviewed by Research Committee members and their decision will be final.
Please return completed forms to Jo Pybis at email@example.com by 5pm Friday 8 November 2013.
If you would like more information about applying for this award please contact Jo Pybis on 01455 206359 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Previous Seedcorn Funding winners
Please click on the titles to be taken to the articles (some projects are still ongoing and do not have results as of yet)
- Aaron Sefi for his research entitled, 'A pilot study utilising a range of outcome measures and interview data to discern and correlate the impact of online counselling on Young People.'
- Valerie Owen-Pugh for her research entitled, 'Mapping the workplace learning of counsellors and psychotherapists: A pilot study.'
- Jane Hunt for her research entitled, 'An exploration of transgendered people's experiences of seeking and receiving counselling or psychotherapy within the United Kingdom.'
- Elizabeth Freire for her research entitled 'Development of a competence/adherence measure for person-centred therapy.'