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Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry

Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry


eISSN: 14617021 | ISSN: 13591045 | Current volume: 29 | Current issue: 2 Frequency: Quarterly

Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry is an international interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that brings together clinical practice and clinically relevant research of the highest distinction focusing on understanding emotional well-being, mental health and treatment issues for children adolescents and young adults, aged 0 – 25 years. Practitioners, health care researchers, and patient support groups are invited to submit manuscripts for publication consideration. The manuscript management system is completely online and includes prompt and unbiased peer reviews.

Authors will have:

· A rigorous peer review of your research

· Have prompt publishing

· Reach to a multidisciplinary audience

· High visibility for global exposure

This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry brings together clinically oriented, peer reviewed work of the highest distinction from an international and multidisciplinary perspective, offering comprehensive coverage of clinical and treatment issues across the range of treatment modalities.Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry advances theory, practice and clinical research in the realm of child and adolescent psychology and psychiatry and related disciplines.

The journal focuses on issues related to clinical practice, including related topics on ethics of treatment and the translation of research to practice.

Multidisciplinary in approach, the journal includes work by, and is of interest to, child and adolescent psychologists, psychiatrists and psychotherapists, paediatricians, family medicine, nurses, social workers and all other professionals in the fields of child and adolescent and young adult emotional and mental health.

Editor
Deborah Christie University College London Hospitals, UK
Social Media Editor
Rachel Pulham University College London Hospitals UK
Statistics Editor
Mark Shevlin Ulster University
Former Editors
Anna Brazier Department of Child & Adolescent Psychology, University Hospital of Wales, UK
Rudi Dallos University of Plymouth, UK
Eilis Kennedy Tavistock Clinic, UK
Bryan Lask (Founding Editor) St George's Hospital Medical School, London, UK, and Huntercombe Hospitals, UK
Michael Tarren-Sweeney University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Arlene Vetere University, Oslo, Norway
Bernadette Wren Tavistock Clinic, London, UK
Associate Editors
Amina Abubakar Aga Khan University, Kenya
Kavita Arora Co-Founder, Director and Consultant Psychiatrist, Children First, India
Cherrie B. Boyer University of California, San Francisco, USA
April Elliott University of Calgary, Canada
Gail Dovey-Pearce Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Angela Griffin University Hospital Southampton, UK
Lee Hudson GOSH UCL Institute of Child Health, UK
Monique Jericho  Alberta Children's Hospital, Canada
Nicholas Long University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA
Kathy McKay University of Liverpool; Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Hitesh Raval University of Essex, UK
Pierre-Paul Tellier McGill University, Canada
Nicholas Westers UT Southwestern Medical Center, USA
Panel of Assessors
Anouk Goemans Leiden University, Netherlands
Alan Carr University College Dublin, Ireland
Mark R. Dadds University of Sydney, Department of Clinical Psychology, Australia
Rudi Dallos University of Plymouth, UK
Daniel Boduszek University of Huddersfield, UK
Ian M Evans Massey University, New Zealand
Ronald Feldman Columbia University, New York, USA
Halina Flannery University College London Hospitals, UK
Robert Friedberg Ellis Human Development Institute, Dayton, USA
Danya Glaser Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London, UK
Per Gustafsson University Hospital, Linköping, Sweden
Judith Lask Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK
Maria Loades University of Bath, UK
Maria Vang Ulster University, Northern Ireland and The Danish Children Centres, Denmark
Menachem Ben-Ezra Ariel University, Israel
Michelle Desir University of Minnesota, USA
Rhian Murphy University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, Wales, UK
Sadegh Nashat University of Geneva, Switzerland
Marcin Owczarek Ulster University, Ireland
Ross Parsons Africa University in Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe
Philip Messent Independant practice, London
Aisling Pigott University Hospital Wales, UK
Christine Puckering University of Glasgow, UK
Farrah Quintyne University College London Hospitals, UK
John Richer John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK
Allan Rushton Kings College, London UK
Sarah Wayland University of Sydney, Australia
Thomas D. Steensma Department of Medical Psychology Amsterdam UMC, The Netherlands
Sally Swartz University of Cape Town, South Africa
Fiona Tasker Birbeck University of London, UK
Jeremy Turk Kings College, University of London, UK
Charlie Tyack Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
Ulf Wallin Centre of Eating Disorders, Lund, Sweden
Marc van Roosmalen C.A.M.H.S, UK
Veronica Ranieri Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Simon R. Wilkinson Akershus Univeristy Hospital, Norway
Hessel Willemsen Private Practice, London, UK
Bernadette Wren Tavistock Clinic, London, UK
Bill Yule Maudsley Hospital, London, UK
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