British Journal of Psychotherapy
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(English; 1984-current)

The British Journal of Psychotherapy is a journal for psychoanalytic and Jungian-analytic thinkers, with a focus on both innovatory and everyday work on the unconscious in individual, group and institutional practice. As an analytic journal, it has long occupied a unique place in the field of psychotherapy journals with an Editorial Board drawn from a wide range of psychoanalytic, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, psychodynamic, and analytical psychology training organizations. As such, its psychoanalytic frame of reference is wide-ranging and includes all schools of analytic practice.

Gary Winship

Rose Baring
Ana Casas
Toby Dantzic
Jennifer Davids
Joan Fogel
Geoff Goodman
John Ioannidis
Anne Kane
Alison Lee
Katya Orrell
Poul Rohleder
Zoltán Voko
Barry Watt


ISSN: 0265-9883
EISSN: 1752-0118