International Journal For Psychotherapy In Africa

The International Journal for Psychotherapy in Africa aims to address issues that border on people’s psychological health and psychotherapy in African. The Journal publishes contributions that advance the frontier of knowledge in psychotherapy in Africa, submitted by trained psychotherapists, psychologists, and other scholars from related disciplines, whose research works and practical experience unraveled mix bag of edge-cutting knowledge and psychotherapy practice. While the emphasis is on empirical papers, the journal also accepts theoretical papers, review articles, short communications and interactions containing fair commentary. Priority is given to articles that are relevant to Africa, and that address psychotherapeutic issues, mental health, and wellness in Africa.