Two-Way Bridge Between Research & Practice
The Two-Way Bridge initiative is a collaboration between the Society of Clinical Psychology and the Psychotherapy Division of the APA—(Divisions 12 and 29). It is part of an overall effort to bridge the long-standing gap between psychotherapy research and practice.
Specifically, the initiative provides a way for practicing therapists to be a part of the research process by disseminating their clinical experiences in using various empirically supported treatments, which can hopefully inform future research. For the survey findings
on the use of empirically supported treatments for panic disorder, social anxiety, and OCD, visit:
ABCT is constantly evaluating how to best serve the research community. Please take advantage of the growing number of helpful resources for researchers listed below.