This is the web site for the International Journal for Psychotherapy (IJP) ISSN 1356-9082 (Print); ISSN 1469-8498 (Online)
A peer-reviewed, scientific psychotherapy journal, published 3 times per annum.
You can contact the Journal at this e-mail address: admin"@"ijp.org.uk
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Please use the "Tabs" at the top of the pages to navigate through the site.
Please use the CATALOGUE (left-hand, side-bar) to purchase articles and issues.
This is our 25th Year of Publication!
As a result of decisions made in the EAP Governing Board, Oct. 2020, all EAP National, European-Wide and 'Ordinary' Organisations, including European Accredited Psychotherapy Training Institutes (EAPTIs), will now get a digital copy of each issue of the e-Journal, as a part of their 2021 EAP membership fees, and can forward this onwards to all their members. If you are an EAP member and have not received a copy, contact us.
This will increase the readership of the Journal to a potential of (about) 120,000 European psychotherapists. Printed copies will also be available to members of these organisations for a (cost-price-plus) amount, hopefully around €10.00 (inc. p&p).
We also have a series of articles in a 'Special On-line Issue' on the topic of "Psychotherapy vs. Spirituality", available free of charge: click on the box:
"Read Current Online Articles Here" (top of left-hand, side-bar of this website).
We also publish some articles online, in advance of print publication. These are available (free) for you to download - given the time limits! There will be other articles available soon.
(Click on the "Read Current Online Articles Here" box: top left).
Previous Issues: (Vol. 25, No. 2, Summer 2021) here: and
(Vol. 25, No. 3, Autumn 2021) here:
Current Issue: Vol 26, No. 1, Spring 2022 here.
Other recently published issues are also available via the "Current Issues" tab (above) - then the "Previous" tab.
The 'publisher' of this Journal, the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP), is a member of the World Council for Psychotherapy (WCP); and an International (Non-Governmental Organisation) NGO member of the Council of Europe.
For more details about the EAP, please go to the EAP's website: www.europsyche.org
The IJP was founded in 1996.