Psychodynamic Practice: Individuals, Groups and Organisations
Psychodynamic Practice: Individuals, Groups and Organisations
Journal Title: Psychodynamic Practice: Individuals, Groups and Organisations
ISSN: 1475-3634
ISSN Online: 1475-3626
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year
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Psychodynamic Practice is a journal of counselling, psychotherapy and consultancy and it is written for professionals in all fields who use psychodynamic thinking in their work. The journal explores the relevance of psychodynamic ideas to different occupational settings. It emphasizes setting and application as well as theory and technique and focuses on four broad areas:

Clinical practice The understanding of group and organisational processes The use of psychodynamic ideas and methods in different occupational settings (for example, education and training, health care, social work, pastoral care, management and consultancy) The understanding of social, political and cultural issues

The journal aims to make psychodynamic ideas accessible to a broad audience and is a home for new, as well as experienced, writers.

Each issue contains an editorial, articles, short papers and book reviews. An Open Space section contains short papers which reflect a range of themes, preoccupations and experience, including thoughts inspired by longer articles and the relationship between psychodynamic understanding, culture and the arts.

Psychodynamic Practice promotes high standards of practice, academic excellence and debate. It explores myths and misunderstandings about counselling and related professions. By keeping abreast of current developments in relevant professional fields and within society, Psychodynamic Practice represents the leading edge of thinking in the therapeutic professions.

Please view the notes and guidance on confidentiality in the Instructions for Authors.
Peer Review Integrity

All main articles in this journal, including those in special issues and themed sections, have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and refereeing by at least two independent reviews. All Open Space articles and Book Reviews in this journal have undergone rigorous editorial screening. All peer review is double blind and submission is online via ScholarOne Manuscripts.
Subjects Covered & Scope: Currently known as Psychodynamic Practice: Individuals, Groups and Organisations (2002 - current) Formerly known as Psychodynamic Counselling (1994 - 2001)
Editor Board:
Managing Editor:
Sue Kegerreis - Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex
 
Commissioning Editor:
Ann Heyno - Birkbeck College, University of London & Independent Consultant

Submissions Editor:
Akin Ojumu
 
Assistant Submissions Editor:
Mischka Byworth - University of Oxford, UK

Open Space Editor:
Alex Coren -  University of Oxford, UK
 
Book Review Editor:
Jonathan Smith - South London and Maudsley NHS Mental Health Trust, London, UK

Consultant Editor:
Paul Terry -  Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Private Practice, London, UK  
 
Editorial Board:

Fran Acheson - BBC Radio Training, London, UK
Dr Claire Bacha - Psychotherapist and group analyst, Group Analysis, North Manchester, UK
Nick Barwick - Institute of Group Analysis (London) & Tavistock Centre for Couple Relations, London, UK 
Diana Bass - Guy’s Hospital GKT Medical School, Kings College London, UK
Elsa Bell - Director of Student Welfare and Counselling, University of Oxford, UK
Nell Boulton - University of Hertfordshire, UK
Joan Foster - Chair, The Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists in Primary Care (CPC), UK
John Lees - University of Greenwich, London, UK
Susan Lendrum - Psychotherapist and Counsellor in Private Practice, Edinburgh, UK
Jennifer Lisle - Joint Research and Health Advisors, London, UK
Jane Maitland - Maitland Consulting, London, UK 
Craig McDevitt - Edinburgh University Counselling Service, UK
Lesley Murdin - Westminster Pastoral Foundation and Institute of Psychotherapy and Counselling, London, UK
Bernard Ratigan - Private Practice, Leicester, UK
Dr Rosemary Rizq - Roehampton University, London, UK
Julia Segal -  Brent Rehabilitation Services, Brent NHS Primary Care Trust, London, UK
Nikky Sternhell - Birkbeck Counselling Association, UK
Lennox Thomas - Nafsiyat Intercultural Therapy Centre, London, UK
Dr Maggie Turp - Tavistock Clinic, London, UK
Alison Vaspe -   Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist & Supervisor, WInchester, UK
Ferelyth Watt - Association of Child Psychotherapists, London, UK 
Martin Weegman - Springfield Hospital, London, UK
 
UK Advisory Board:
 
David Armstrong - Tavistock Clinic Consultancy Service, London, UK
Mark Aveline - Nottingham Healthcare NHS Trust, UK
Lynn Barnett - Association of Child Psychotherapists and Iddesleigh House Clinic, Exeter, UK
William Halton - Birkbeck College, University of London, UK
Paul Hoggett - University of the West of England, Bristol, UK
Sue Holland - South Bucks NHS Trust, UK
Jeremy Holmes - North Devon District Hospital, Barnstaple, UK
Michael Jacobs - Visiting Professor at the Institute of Health and Community Studies, Bournemouth, UK
Antonia Murphy - Nottingham, UK
Morris Nitsun -  Group Analytic Practice, London, UK
Marilyn Pietroni - Marylebone Health Centre and University of Westminster, London, UK
Andrew Samuels - University of Essex and Society of Analytical Psychology, London, UK
Peter Speck - Southampton University and NHS Trust, UK
Laurence Spurling - Birkbeck College, University of London, UK
Peter Wilson - Young Minds, London, UK
 
International Advisory Board:

Kerrie Collings -  Queensland Psychotherapy Association, Brisbane, Australia
Elisha Davar - University of Utrecht, Holland
Anna Ewins - Anna Ewins Associates, Organizational and Management Consultancy, San Fransico, USA
Trine Fredtoft - School of Business, Copenhagen, Denmark
Marvin Geller - Princeton University, New Jersey, USA
James Gustafson - University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin, USA
Jaswant Guzder - McGill University, Montreal, Canada
Sudhir Kakar - Indian Institute of Technology, Dehli, India
Janice Lieberman - The Insitute of Psychoanalytic Training and Research, New York, USA
Robert May - Amherst College, Massachusetts, USA
Harriet Meek - Cathedral Counseling Center and Institute for Clinical Social Work, Chicago, USA
Michael J. Patton - University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, USA
Michael Stadter - American University, Washington DC, USA
Leslie Swartz - University of Stellenbosch, South Africa
Paolo Valerio - Naples University, Italy
Robert Waska - Psychoanalyst, Private Practice, San Francisco, USA

Abtracting & Indexing:

Psychodynamic Practice is abstracted in ASSIA (Applied Social Sciences Index & Abstracts); EBSCO; EMBASE/Excerpta Medica;Educational Research Abstracts online (ERA); Psychological Abstracts/PsychINFO/Psychlit; Scopus; Social Sciences Infonet; Sociology of Education Abstracts and Studies on Women and Gender Abstracts.


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