Douglas H. Ingram, M.D.
Book Review Editor:
Joseph Silvio, M.D.
Stewart L. Adelson, M.D.
Editorial Board Cont.:
Thomas P. Kalman, M.D.
Psychodynamic Psychiatry was created in response to the need for the continued study and teaching of psychodynamic concepts in organized psychiatry. Recent changes in psychiatric education have led to loss of psychodynamic knowledge, particularly in assessment and treatment planning, and skill, predominantly in sophisticated interviewing. Psychodynamic Psychiatry is the only psychiatric journal exclusively devoted to the study and discussion of these issues.
The central tenet of the journal is that psychodynamic principles are necessary for adequate understanding and treatment of people with psychiatric symptoms, syndromes and disorders. Its guiding framework is developmental and biopsychosocial.
Areas of particular interest include:
Other topics may be appropriate for Psychodynamic Psychiatry as well, and the editors welcome inquiries about the appropriateness of possible submissions. Articles may be organized as literature reviews, case presentations, and/or research studies.
Psychodynamic Psychiatry, Published by Guilford Press, 72 Spring Street, New York, NY 10012.
$90 for individuals ($125 Canada and foreign, includes airmail postage)
$535 for institutions ($580 Canada and foreign, includes airmail postage)
$520 for online only version for institutions (US, Canada and foreign)
$54 for students
$72 for US, APA Members
Members of the AAPDP receive a free subscribtion to Psychodynamic Psychiatry. Members also receive a 20% discount on all Guilford Press Products. (Contact the Executive Office for the promotional code.)
For additional subscription information and to access individual articles, visit www.guilford.com. Online access is available with your print subscription. For non-subscribers, individual articles may be also be purchased from the Guilford website.
The contents of the Journal from 1990 on can be accessed by clicking on specific issues below.
Spring 2012, Vol:40, No:1
Spring 2012, Vol:40, No:1
Spring 2011, Vol:39, No:1
Summer 2012, Vol:40, No:2
Summer 2011, Vol:39, No:2
Summer 2010, Vol:38, No:2
Fall 2012, Vol:40, No:3
Fall 2011, Vol:39, No:3
Fall 2010, Vol:38, No:3
Winter 2012, Vol:40, No:4
Winter 2011, Vol:39, No:4
Winter 2010, Vol:38, No:4
If you would like your paper and/or article considered for publication in Psychodynamic Psychiatry, please click the link below:
Letters to the Editor should be about articles published in Psychodynamic Psychiatry.
Author responses should also be limited to 1,000 words.
Psychodynamic Psychiatry is sponsoring an article contest. The winner will receive a cash award of $5,000.
The contest is open to:
Mental health clinicians and behavioral scientists that are in the first 10 years after completion of training. For example, psychiatrists may compete up to 10 years after completing their residency training. Behavioral scientists may compete up to 10 years after completing their Ph.D. Although a junior faculty member must be the first and primary author, the submission may be written with a senior colleague or mentor.
To be considered, an article should be directly relevant to psychodynamically oriented clinical work. This may include:
The contest organizers wish to cast a wide net and other relevant topics will be considered at the discretion of the judges.
The article that receives the prize should not have been published elsewhere. It will be published in Psychodynamic Psychiatry.
Instructions for Authors:
Manuscripts should be no longer than 40 double spaced pages, including the abstract but not including references and should be in appropriate format for journal articles as described in Instructions for Contributors.
The winner will be notified by April 30, 2014.