Psicoterapia e Scienze Umane
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(Italian; 1967-current)

Psicoterapia e Scienze Umane
(Psychotherapy, Humanities, and Social Sciences) is an interdisciplinary quarterly journal. Founded in 1967, it is the most widely circulated journal in the field in Italy, and also one of the oldest. The project Psicoterapia e Scienze Umane was one of the original aims and methods of the "Milan Group for the Advancement of Psychotherapy".

The precise aim, which is still valid today, was to meet the needs of professionals involved in psychotherapy and related fields along three fundamental lines. First of all, the journal wanted to fill the gap between the Italian and international mental health communities - the Italian situation at the time was characterized by widespread cultural delay (university courses and degrees in psychology didn't exist, psychiatry was still under the influence of neurology, etc.) Secondly, there was a need to provide a historical and critical filter for all the foreign professional culture that was being imported, in order to avoid the flat and automatic absorption of foreign cultural models. Thirdly, the journal was designed to examine mental health professionals' training processes in light of the link between clinical practice and theoretical construction.

Editors
Marianna Bolko
Pier Francesco Galli
Paolo Migone

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