Aim and Scope
This authoritative Journal deserves a place on the reference shelf of all busy clinicians, researchers, psychologists or educators. It will be an invaluable resource to all mental health professionals interested in the latest developments in understanding and treating the complex psychiatry disorders which manifest in young people.
This Journal welcomes original research and synthetic review articles covering molecular, genetic, physiological, biopsychosocial, neurochemical, neuropsychological, behavioral, sociological, psychodynamic, cognitive and psychotherapeutic aspects of anxiety disorders and related phenomena in humans. The articles published in this journal have a real potential to improve the care provided by practitioners to their patients. This Journal serves as a practical clinical resource to general practitioners, psychologists, researchers, mental health workers and students in those disciplines.