Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics is a unique and vital reference to current research and practice, the home of innovative thinking at the interface between medical and behavioral sciences, publishing research articles on clinical issues in medicine and psychiatry, with special reference to psychotherapy and psychosomatic research.
As the volume of literature in the fields of psychotherapy and psychosomatics continues to grow, it becomes increasingly difficult to keep abreast of new and important developments, and to have independent, critical views on key clinical issues concerned with assessment and treatment of mental disorders. ‘Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics’ has progressively increased its reputation for independence, originality and methodological rigor. It has anticipated and developed new lines of research concerned with psychosomatic medicine, psychotherapy research and psychopharmacology.
The journal features editorials and review articles on current and controversial issues; innovations (both in terms of conceptualization and pilot studies); case management articles (biopsychosocial management in clinical medicine); clinical notes; letters to the editor (both comments on published articles and preliminary research).publishes research articles, reviews (special articles), clinical notes and letters to the editor on psychotherapy and/or psychosomatic research.