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Cognitive and Behavioral Practice Journal
ABCT is pleased to offer access to Cognitive and Behavioral Practice Journal. Your ABCT membership entitles you to free online access.
Cognitive and Behavioral Practice is a quarterly international journal that serves an enduring resource for empirically informed methods of clinical practice. Its mission is to bridge the gap between published research and the actual clinical practice of cognitive behavior therapy. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice publishes clinically rich accounts of innovative assessment and diagnostic and therapeutic procedures that are clearly grounded in empirical research. A focus on application and implementation of procedures is maintained. Topics are selected to address challenges facing practitioners, both in terms of the process (e.g., therapeutic relationship) and the content of treatment. Articles will reflect both a knowledge of the past research literature as well as the database of clinical experience. Most issues, in addition to regular articles provide either a case conference or special topics within empirically supported clinical practice. Cognitive and Behavioral Case conferences include a number of clinicians responding to a single clinical case vignette. Special series contain multiple manuscripts that center on a particular diagnostic category, population or therapeutic strategy. This journal is for the practicing psychologist, instructors, and researchers with an interest in the clinical application of their findings.
Editor: Nikolaos Kazantzis
Direct links to Journal website for information on:
- Copyright Transfer
- Table of Contents for the Current Volume
- Subscription Information
- Instructions for Authors
- Submitting an Article
- Customer Support for Authors & Reviewers
For information regarding reprints, back issues, copyrights, permissions, or general questions regarding your subscription please email Amanda Marmol.
When accessing the journal for the first time, you will be offered the option to either create a personalized account with Elsevier/Science Direct or proceed anonymously.
If you choose the personalized account, you will be asked for your email and first and last name. After that, when accessing, the system will show you as you. Choose anonymous, and just hit “Continue without Personalization.”
Doing it for one journal automatically flows over to the other journal. You will only need to do this one time, after which Elsevier will recognize you according to your choice.