Academic journal article Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy

Editor's Corner

Academic journal article Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy

Editor's Corner

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There are a number of recent changes in the journal's operation and format with which I would like to acquaint you. First, the journal is now the official publication of the newly formed International Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy. Art Freeman is the Provisional President and David M. Clark is the Provisional Secretary-Treasurer, and the Association is headquartered at the Center for Cognitive Therapy in Philadelphia. Permanent officers will be chosen at the membership meeting to be held at the 1992 World Congress of Cognitive therapy, from June 17-21, in Toronto, Canada. As of this writing, the Association already has in excess of 125 members and we expect it to continue to grow.

Second, in consultation with Windy Dryden, I have set three-year terms for Editorial Board members, beginning with this issue. Several board members have completed their terms of service, several others have continued on for an additional term, and several new board members have been added. I want to offer my thanks to the retiring Editorial Board members who have served the journal faithfully in its formative period. In addition, there is now an Assistant Editor for Special Issues and Book Reviews, Bill Lyddon, whose job it will be to commission future special issues on a variety of topics and to handle book reviews. We welcome your suggestions for special topics.

Third, I have added a new section to the journal to be devoted to a description of issues in the practice of Cognitive Psychotherapy in different countries. Submissions for this section should be approximately five to seven double-spaced pages, and should be sent to me. …

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