Clinical Psychology & Psychiatry


Comprehensive Psychiatry is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes on all aspects of psychiatry and mental health. The mission of this journal is to disseminate cutting edge knowledge in order to improve patient care and advance the understanding of mental illness. With the support of an expanded international team of editors and peer reviewers, we aim to publish high quality papers with a particular emphasis on the clinical implications of the work including the improved understanding of psychopathology.


About the Journal Alcohol and Alcoholism publishes papers on the biomedical, psychological, and sociological aspects of alcoholism and alcohol research, provided that they make a new and significant contribution to knowledge in the field. Papers include new results obtained experimentally, descriptions of new experimental (including clinical) methods of importance to the field of alcohol research and treatment, or new interpretations of existing results.


For nearly 50 years, Substance Use & Misuse (formerly The International Journal of the Addictions) has provided a unique international multidisciplinary venue for the exchange of research, theories, viewpoints, and unresolved issues concerning substance use and misuse (licit and illicit drugs, alcohol, nicotine, caffeine and eating disorders). Substance Use & Misuse features original, peer-reviewed articles, notes, and book reviews, as well as special issues devoted to single topics.


Journal currently under development. Now in its twenty third year of publication, Substance Abuse is a peer-reviewed journal that serves as the official publication of AMERSA. Unlike other journals with more narrow areas of concentration, Substance Abuse offers wide-ranging coverage for medical professionals and addiction specialists in teaching, clinical care, and service delivery.


Psychosomatics has been dedicated to helping its readers achieve excellence in the clinical care of patients with medical and psychiatric comorbidity. With the recent certification of psychosomatic medicine as a recognized subspecialty by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, more readers are turning to the pages of Psychosomatics for its peer-reviewed articles and research reports on everything from the latest advances in drug therapy to psychosocial treatments for medical disorders.


Psychopathology is a record of research centered on findings, concepts, and diagnostic categories of phenomenological, experimental and clinical psychopathology. Studies published are designed to improve and deepen the knowledge and understanding of the pathogenesis and nature of psychopathological symptoms and psychological dysfunctions. Furthermore, the validity of concepts applied in the neurosciences of mental functions are evaluated in order to closely bring together mind and brain.


Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory Research and Practice (formerly The British Journal of Medical Psychology) is an international scientific journal with a focus on the psychological and social processes that underlie the development and improvement of psychological problems and mental wellbeing, including: • theoretical and research development in the understanding of cognitive and emotional factors in psychological problems; • behaviour and relationships; vulnerability to, adjustment to, assessment of, and recovery (assisted or otherwise) from psychological distresses


Psychiatric Services, established in 1950, is published monthly by the American Psychiatric Association. The peer-reviewed journal features research reports on issues related to the delivery of mental health services, especially for people with serious mental illness in community-based treatment programs. Long known as an interdisciplinary journal, Psychiatric Services recognizes that provision of high-quality care involves collaboration among a variety of professionals, frequently working as a team.


Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, which was first published in 1947, is an international English language journal covering all themes in psychiatry; from psychotherapy to psychopharmacology. The content covers original articles, review articles, debate and special topic issues. Areas that are represented include child and adult psychiatry, psychotherapy, pharmacotherapy, social psychiatry and psychosomatic medicine. The journal is distributed to an international audience including the members of the Baltic and Nordic national psychiatry associations.


Journal of Psychiatric Practice¨ seizes the day with its emphasis on the three Rs Ñ readability, reliability, and relevance. Featuring an eye-catching style, the journal combines clinically applicable reviews, case studies, and articles on treatment advances with practical and informative tips for treating patients. Mental health professionals will want access to this review journal Ñ for sharpening their clinical skills, discovering the best in treatment, and navigating this rapidly changing field.