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Attachment & Human Development provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of scientific theories about emotional and cognitive development, internal representations and social processes. The journal addresses the growing demand from the domains of psychology, psychiatry, psychotherapy and related disciplines including nursing and social work, for a clear presentation of ideas, methods and research based on attachment theory.
Counselling Psychology Quarterly is an international interdisciplinary journal, reporting on practice, research and theory. The journal is particularly keen to encourage and publish papers which will be of immediate practical relevance to counselling, clinical, occupational and medical psychologists throughout the world.
This acclaimed journal provides refereed papers on significant research, scholarship, and practical approaches in the fast growing areas of bereavement and loss, grief therapy, death attitudes, suicide, and death education. It provides an international interdisciplinary forum in which a variety of professionals share results of research and practice, with the aim of better understanding the human encounter with death and assisting those who work with the dying and their families.
Deviant Behavior is the only journal that specifically and exclusively addresses social deviance. It is international and interdisciplinary in scope and publishes refereed theoretical, descriptive, methodological, and applied papers. All aspects of deviant behavior are discussed, including crime, juvenile delinquency, alcohol abuse and narcotic addiction, sexual deviance, societal reaction to handicap and disfigurement, mental illness, and socially inappropriate behavior.
Now in its sixth year, Eating Disorders is contemporary and wide ranging. It takes a fundamentally practical, humanistic, compassionate view of clients and their presenting problems. You'll find a multidisciplinary perspective that considers the essential cultural, social, familial, and personal elements that not only foster eating-related problems, but also furnish clues that facilitate the most effective possible therapies and treatment approaches.
This well-respected journal offers up-to-date original research in the fields of gerontology, adult education, and the social and behavioral sciences. Researchers from around the world will benefit from the exchange of ideas for both the study and practice of educational gerontology.
The European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling & Health is a peer reviewed publication which aims to stimulate and inform debate and provide linkages throughout Europe within the expanding field of psychotherapy and counselling as a means to health. The journal raises important questions in terms of European practice, theory and research for psychotherapy and counselling practitioners, related professions, students and academics.
The International Journal of Behavioral Development is the official journal of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development which exists to promote the discovery, dissemination and application of knowledge about developmental processes at all stages of the life span - infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age. The journal is already the leading international outlet devoted to reporting interdisciplinary research on behavioural development, and is now, in response to the rapidly developing fields of behavioural genetics, neuroscience and developmental psychopathology, seeking to expand its scope to these and other related new domains of scholarship.
The Journal of Child Psychotherapy is the official journal of the Association of Child Psychotherapists, first published in 1963. It is an essential publication for all those with an interest in the theory and practice of psychoanalytic work with infants, children, adolescents and their parents where there are emotional and psychological problems.
Psychology and related disciplines throughout the human sciences and humanities have been revolutionized by a postmodern emphasis on the role of language, human systems, and personal knowledge in the construction of social realities. The Journal of Constructivist Psychology is the first publication to provide a professional forum for this emerging focus, embracing such diverse expressions of constructivism as personal construct theory, constructivist marriage and family therapy, structural-developmental and language-based approaches to psychology, and narrative psychology.
The Journal of Interprofessional Care promotes collaboration within and between education, practice and research in health and social care. It provides a channel to communicate ways in which interprofessional education can cultivate collaboration in practice which can, in turn, improve the quality of care for individuals families and communities. It treats research as both a collaborative field in its own right and as a means to evaluate interprofessional education and practice.
In order to broaden the reader's perspective on loss and bereavement, and their pervasiveness in human life, the journal defines loss as a major reduction in a person's resources, whether personal, material, or symbolic. Common as well as differing impacts of major losses are highlighted, while commonalities of the various healing processes are revealed. Types of loss covered include: death and dying; dissolution and divorce; loss of employment; life-threatening diseases and long-term disability; loss of possessions; homelessness; recurring and haunting memories; disenfranchisement and stigmatization; losses resulting from war and violence; and aging.