Publication year of foundation - 2010
Periodicity – 1 time per quarter
ISSN of print version: 2020-1122
ISSN of online version: 2414-2212
Psychiatry, psychotherapy and clinical psychology
"Psychiatry, psychotherapy and clinical psychology" is an international peer-reviewed scientific and practical journal. The journal covers topics related to prevention, diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric and behavioural disorders and publishes original research papers and reviews of different fields of psychiatry and related sciences. The ideological orientation of the journal is jointly overseen by Belarusian and Ukrainian editorial boards.
The journal is a source of fundamental and clinical knowledge. The vast majority of Belarusian and Ukrainian scientists as well as scientists from other countries choose "Psychiatry, psychotherapy and clinical psychology" to publish their theses results.
Our mission is to facilitate the communication of scientists from different countries and schools of thought, to enable the emergence of the new promising research related to psychiatry, psychotherapy and clinical psychology, to help scientists and practitioners in their education and research.
The journal is included in the list of scientific resources recommended by the Highest Attestation Commission of Belarus for publishing their theses results.
According to the decree of Ministry of Education, Science, Youth and Sport #1112 of 17.10.2012 the scientific papers published in this journal have the same status as the ones published overseas for the purposes of degree-seeking scientists of Ukraine.
RSCI impact factor, 2014 – 0,105
In Belarus: "Belarus psychiatric association", NGO; "Belarus psychotherapeutic association", NGO; "Professionalnie izdaniya", unitary enterprise.
In Ukraine: "Professionalnie izdaniya", unitary enterprise.
In Russia: "Professionalnie izdaniya", unitary enterprise; "Vilin", PLC. The journal is published with the support of the federal state budgetary institution "Federal medical research centre of psychiatry and narcology", a Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation unit.
Evsegneev Roman Aleksandrovich (CV), Doctor of Medical Sciences, professor (Belarus)
Mishiev Vyacheslav Danilovich (CV), Doctor of Medical Sciences, professor (Ukraine)
Krasnov Valeriy Nikolaevich (CV), Doctor of Medical Sciences, professor (Russia)
Volume – 140–160 pages, format – 70×100/16.
Circulation: Belarus – 1500 copies, in Ukraine – 500 copies.
Author's materials are accepted by e-mail: email@example.com
Deputy Editor-in-Chief – Glushuk Valentina Anatolevna