Clinical Psychology in Europe: The Official Journal of EACLIPT

A FREE open access journal was launched in January 2019:

Clinical Psychology in Europe: The Official Journal of the European Association of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatment

The journal offers open access without any article processing charges. Please see here for more information: CPE.PsychOpen.eu.
Other prominent clinical psychologists already became member of the EACLIPT and confirmed a contribution to our journal.
You are able to submit manuscripts already! Click here to go to the journal:

 

 

2020-10-01, The third issue of CPE's second volume has been released.

Dear EACLIPT members, Dear Colleagues,

We are happy to announce that the new issue of *Clinical Psychology in Europe* (CPE) has just been released! You can download the full issue as PDF or view it online at https://cpe.psychopen.eu/index.php/cpe/issue/view/197

In the current issue, you will find for example...

...meta-analytic findings on the efficacy of psychological treatment for patients with schizophrenia who have relevant levels of negative symptoms

...an update on similarities and differences between cognitive-behavioural and emotion-focused couple therapy

...a study investigating the course of adjustment disorder in people faced with involuntary job loss

...an insight into regulations for clinical psychology and psychotherapy in Switzerland

...a brief questionnaire to measure ACT in-session processes

Spread the word!

Stay safe and healthy,
best wishes

Winfried Rief & Cornelia Weise
Editors-in-Chief Clinical Psychology in Europe
Division of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatment
Philipps-University of Marburg

2020-06-30, A new issue of CPE's second volume has been released.

Dear EACLIPT members, Dear Colleagues,

we are happy to announce that the new issue of *Clinical Psychology in Europe* (CPE) has just been released! You can download the full issue as PDF or view the issue online at https://cpe.psychopen.eu/index.php/cpe/issue/view/191

In the current issue, you will find the latest research telling you for example...

... whether self-focused attention, negative social cognitions, and depressed mood are related to subsequent social anxiety during Cognitive Therapy in routine clinical practice

... why pre-sleep arousal and fear of sleep might be relevant treatment targets in individuals with PTSD

... how television coverage of medicine side effects is related to nocebo response

... why we should consider social power as an important factor for the maturity of the Psy-Professions

And there is even more to read in CPE's new issue. 

Thank you for supporting CPE with peer-reviews, with submissions, but also with advertising it among your colleagues. 

Stay safe and healthy!

Winfried Rief & Cornelia Weise
Editors-in-Chief Clinical Psychology in Europe
Division of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatment
Philipps-University of Marburg

2020-03-31, The first issue of CPE's second volume has been released.

Dear EACLIPT members,
Dear colleagues from all over the world,

These are difficult times for all of us. Many countries have been hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic. Clinical psychology is faced with new challenges. To date, several clinical psychologists have already started to investigate the current situation and to develop support options. For example, the German Psychological Society is currently establishing a telephone-helpline to provide psychological support to homebound people. We believe that such initiatives are very important, that they may save lives, and that they are worth sharing.

In order to make clinical-psychological activities and research on the coronavirus pandemic quickly visible, we invite your submission – be it a brief update, a comment or a full research article. We will prioritize all submissions to CPE on this topic. Spread the word to your colleagues and submit your work at https://cpe.psychopen.eu.

In addition, there is some good news today: Thanks to our dedicated publication team, the new CPE issue has been published today. You can access the issue via our website at https://doi.org/10.32872/cpe.v2i1. There, you can also download the full issue. Don't forget: CPE is *free* of charge for readers and authors. 

In the current issue, you will find the latest research on major areas of clinical psychology, such as eating disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, social anxiety disorder, but also exciting work on loneliness or the effectiveness of optimizing expectations in breast cancer. The politics and education section provides an insight into the current state of clinical psychology in Lithuania. So enjoy reading and get inspired. 

We sincerely wish you and your loved ones to get through the crisis well and stay healthy.

Winfried Rief and Cornelia Weise
Editors-in-Chief CPE
Division of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatment
Philipps-University of Marburg

 

2019-06-28, The second issue of CPE just released.

We are happy to announce that the second issue of our new journal *Clinical Psychology in Europe* (CPE) has just been released. You can download the full issue from www.psychopen.eu/cpe/v1i2 or visit our website at https://cpe.psychopen.eu/issue/1689/.

In the current issue, you will find the latest research telling you for example...
... when people are asking Dr Google for help with their symptoms
... how social impairments unfold in complex social interactions
... why we might need 'Clinical Pharmacopsychology' as a new discipline to explore the clinical relevance of psychotropic medication
... which psychodynamic treatments are evidence-based in patients with borderline personality disorder
... why endocrine research needs to be considered when patients and clinicians are developing illness models together.
Last, but not least, the second issue comprises a list of Competences of Clinical Psychologists which is supposed to inform education, training and practical work.

Don't forget: CPE is *free* for readers and authors - Spread the word to your colleagues and submit your research at https://cpe.psychopen.eu

Enjoy reading and get inspired!

Winfried Rief & Cornelia Weise

Editor-in-Chief & Handling Editor CPE
Division of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatment
Philipps-University of Marburg

 

2019-03-29, The first issue of CPE just released.

You will find the latest research telling you for example...

... which psychological interventions are effective for psychosis and most appropriate for the individual patient;
... whether third wave treatments for functional somatic syndromes have a proper evidence base;
... whether media campaigns about antidepressant medication can induce nocebo responses;
... how new conceptual perspectives in psychotraumatology can help to develop better treatment methods for trauma and stress-related disorders;

You can download a PDF-compilation of all published papers at https://www.psychopen.eu/cpe/v1i1

CPE will become one of the leading journals of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatments in Europe: 

  • Be part of it right from the beginning!
  • Share your research within our clinical psychology community: Full Open Access and no Article Processing Charges!
  • Read and submit at cpe.psychopen.eu and feel free to spread the word to your colleagues!

Enjoy reading and get inspired!