The Journal of Mental Health & Clinical Psychology is an international forum for the latest research in the mental health and clinical psychology. Journal of Mental Health & Clinical Psychology is aimed at clinicians and researchers focused on improving the knowledge base for the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of mental disorders. The international editorial team is committed to seeking out excellent work from a range of sources and theoretical perspectives.
The journal reports on the best in evidence-based practice around the world and provides a channel of communication between the many disciplines involved in mental health research and practice. The journal encourages multi-disciplinary research and welcomes contributions that have involved the users of mental health services.
The Journal of Mental Health & Clinical Psychology: - Provides a forum for critical debate on issues related to practice, education and policy in mental health care.
Mental Health & Clinical Psychology Journal publishes peer-reviewed research articles, literature reviews, clinical studies, letters to the editor, commentaries, conference reports and book reviews which reflect developments in knowledge, attitudes and skills and integration of these into practice.
The integral part of our scholarly mission is to ensure the accuracy of journal quality in accord with the highest standards of professional ethics.
Our Motto is to increase the Mental Health Literacy Rate and, help people to cope with their mental illnesses thereby enabling them to live a better life. It also intends to foster the growth of young scientists, who are the future of tomorrow’s scientific community.