Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention
Published/Hosted by Oxford University Press.
ISSN (printed): 1474-3310. ISSN (electronic): 1474-3329.
The Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention journal is dedicated to advancing clinical practice, public policy, and knowledge-building related to behavioral health, health care, and forensic studies. The journal's objective is to expand research, theory-building, treatment plans, and practice developments in mental health assessment and treatment, crisis intervention, time-limited psychotherapy, cognitive therapy, coping efficacy, critical incident stress management, psychopharmacology, violence and violence prevention, psychological trauma, forensic risk assessment, suicide prevention, and emergency services. Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention is an interdisciplinary quarterly journal serving researchers, administrators, and practitioners from all disciplines addressing behavioral health and forensic concerns. The primary manuscript categories are regular articles (evidence-based research articles and practice articles), public policy perspectives, program evaluations, forensic reports, meta-analyses, case presentations, literature reviews on different treatment modalities with at-risk populations, brief research reports, as well as research commentaries. We encourage the submission of articles using qualitative or quantitative methods. Our goal is to publish scholarly contributions on assessment, intervention, prevention, and treatment plans/protocols that can ultimately advance the knowledge and expertise of therapists, researchers, mental health providers, behavioral health administrators, and graduate students. This journal provides a common ground for the advancement of clinical practice, and research relevant to behavioral clinicians, mental health administrators, crisis intervenors, mental health counselors, clinical and counseling psychologists, family and marital therapists, pediatricians, psychiatric-mental health nurses, psychiatrists, social workers, suicidologists, and other allied health disciplines.
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