Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy Call for Articles

Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy

The Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy invites submissions of articles written by and for infant, child, and adolescent psychoanalysts and psychodynamic psychotherapists, as well as researcher/clinicians from diverse backgrounds exploring the contributions of psychoanalytic developmental understanding and treatment approaches to real world clinical work with infants, children, adolescents and parents.

Articles representative of a full range of contemporary psychoanalytic traditions are welcome, as well as comparative and integrative approaches.

Articles may include case studies integrating contemporary theoretical perspectives and/or grounded in research findings, clinical concerns, theoretical trends, training issues, and  empirical, including qualitative and early stage exploratory research with implications for the contemporary practitioner.

In addition to clinical case studies of intensive and long term psychoanalytic treatment, we welcome articles exploring the application of psychoanalytic understanding to the development of short term and novel therapies, work in settings outside of the traditional consulting room, such as community, school and medical settings, as well as work sensitive to the impact of the socio/cultural context, issues of diversity, and  contemporary dllemmas facing practitioners and the infants, parents, children and adolescents they treat.

Submission Instructions

Full instructions for authors can be found here

Peer Review Policy: 
The papers in Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy undergo editorial screening and double-blind peer review with the exceptions of invited articles and invited discussions. We accept submissions via our editorial manager system

Submissions by Students and Early Career Professionals are provided mentoring if, upon submission, through our editorial manager system, there is indication of that status.