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Aim & Scope
Aims & Scope: The Journal of Family Psychotherapy is a unique, peer-reviewed journal designed for practicing clinicians that offers empirical studies, treatment reports, theoretical discussion, and strategies in clinical practice from family psychotherapists around the world. Highlights include:
- Empirical Studies in Family Psychotherapy and Related Areas: Original quantitative and qualitative studies, which have clinical significance to practicing therapists.
- Program Reports: Descriptions of treatment programs that have been used successfully to treat specific problems or new orientations used generally in family therapy. Clinical case examples are included.
- Strategies in Clinical Practice: Detailed descriptions of therapeutic procedures used successfully to treat specific family-related problems; descriptions of family therapy processes used to manage problems usually treated in individually oriented therapy; or examinations of a few cases presenting the range of treatment possibilities for specific problems.
- Theoretical Discussions and Essays: Discussions of current trends, issues, and ideas in the various clinical fields associated with family psychotherapy. Also, original theoretical presentations offering new concepts, models of interventions, and integrations with other clinical and non-clinical areas.
Peer Review Policy: All review papers in this journal have undergone editorial screening and peer review.
Publication office: Taylor & Francis, Inc., 530 Walnut Street, Suite 850, Philadelphia, PA 19106.