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American Journal of Psychotherapy

ISSN (print): 0002-9564 | ISSN (online): 2575-6559

A Journal of the American Psychiatric Association

Editor: Holly A. Swartz, M.D.


Call for Papers
Holly A. Swartz, M.D., Editor of the American Journal of Psychotherapy, describes her vision for the journal and what it will offer the field of psychiatry.
Read a Psychiatric News interview with Editor-in-Chief Holly A. Swartz, M.D.

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To submit your paper, please visit the manuscript submission site at Manuscript Central and either create an account or use your existing account. Then follow the instructions to upload your manuscript. All submissions must include a title page and be accompanied by a cover letter and list of suggested reviewers.

Call for reviewers

Professionals in the mental health disciplines who are qualified to review are invited to contact the Editorial office. Qualifications include prior publication of articles in your specialty area in peer-reviewed journals; current knowledge of recently published research in that area; familiarity with the American Journal of Psychotherapy’s audience and recent publications in your field; and willingness to invest the time needed to thoroughly evaluate the manuscripts you agree to review. In your message, please include a list of representative publications and/or professional activities. Persons who review for the Journal will receive published acknowledgment for reviewing. Learn more.