Submit your next open access paper to this special issue on 'Complementary and integrative interventions for PTSD'.
Special Issue: Complementary and integrative interventions for PTSD
An opportunity has arisen to submit your research to an upcoming special issue of European Journal of Psychotraumatology, the journal of the European Society of Traumatic Stress Studies. Possessing an Impact Factor of 3.278 and ranking in the Top 20 for Clinical Psychology journals, now is an especially exciting time to publish within the journal.
Details of the Special Issue:
For the treatment of trauma related disorders, most evidence that is currently available supports the use of trauma-focused psychotherapy. However, millions of people worldwide seek out other types of help.
Increasingly individuals exposed to trauma seek out Complementary and Integrative interventions, such as meditation, yoga, acupuncture, energy therapies and herbal supplements, for trauma related problems. But what is the evidence for the efficacy and effectiveness of these treatments? What are the mechanisms of action?
Given the growing popularity of and strong interest in Complementary and Integrative interventions, the European Journal of Psychotraumatology (EJPT) is planning a special issue featuring methodologically rigorous research on these approaches. Of particular interest are randomized controlled trials, studies that examine mechanisms of action, and studies advancing development of psychometric instruments to capture holistic outcomes.
European Journal of Psychotraumatology and its guest editors invite original research papers (qualitative and quantitative), review articles, research articles, and clinical practice articles on the following or related topics:
Papers about mind-body interventions, natural products, or other complementary or integrative approaches may address, but are not limited to:
· Efficacy of interventions
· Modality of delivery (e.g., telehealth)
· Methodological and assessment issues
· Cross cultural issues
· Psychometrics or diagnostic procedures
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