International Journal of Group Psychotherapy

The International Journal of Group Psychotherapy (IJGP), official scholarly journal of the American Group Psychotherapy Association, is a leading source of information for group therapists.  Published by Taylor & Francis, its articles and reviews offer insight into the current field of group psychotherapy, including theory, empirical research, practice models, special issues on important topics and reviews of up-to-date research in the field of group psychotherapy.

Editor: Dominick Grundy, Ph.D., CGP, Private Practice, New York, NY 

Associate Editor: John V. Caffaro, Ph.D., FAGPA, Distinguished Professor, California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, CA        

How to Order the International Journal of Group Psychotherapy

How to Submit Manuscripts for Publication in the International Journal of Group Psychotherapy

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How to Order the International Journal of Group Psychotherapy

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ISSN 0020-7284, Cat #GR
Volume 63, 2013 (4 issues)
Individuals:  $110.00 U.S., $145 Canada/Foreign
Institutions:  $665.00 U.S., $710 Canada/Foreign
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How to Submit Manuscripts for Publication in the International Journal of Group Psychotherapy

Manuscripts--To submit manuscripts for consideration for publication, send the paper, preferably, as an email attachment to

The manuscript must be prepared according to the style outlined in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (Fifth Edition, 2001).  The names, highest degrees, titles, and professional affiliations of the authors, as well as the address and email address of the corresponding author, should appear on the title (first) page of the manuscript.  An abstract not to exceed 125 words comprises the second page of the manuscript.  Regular articles should not exceed 25 pages inclusive of references, figures, and tables.  Brief Reports should not exceed six pages. 

Manuscript material must be original, not previously published, in press in another source, or under consideration for publication by another source.  Authors need to avoid sexist language and should ensure the confidentiality of information concerning their clients/patients and their groups by taking reasonable steps to avoid personally identifiable information and/or by obtaining the consent of these individuals or groups to publish such material.  In the case of research manuscripts, investigators must have complied with contemporary standards of ethical behavior for human experimentation. 

Please refer to “Guidelines for Authors Submitting Manuscripts to the International Journal of Group Psychotherapy” which is found on pp. 503-515 of the October 1993 issue as well as the Editor’s note in the October 2004 issue for more details on manuscript submission.

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